Patsy Kensit See-Thru Top Exposed Braless Boobs

What is up with all these starlets and the braless see through dress thing? They are all doing it, I guess its just apart of the slutification of America and the is loving it. Patsy Kensit is mostly famous for being the ex-wife of Oasis frontman, Liam Gallagher and being a wild British actress who can't act. She's now famous for being the 40 year old hot chick who wears slutty outfits to well photographed events. And the funny thing is that she always manage to steal the attention at these events. Click on pictures to enlarge.

Patricia Jude Francis Kensit (born March 4, 1968) is an English actress and singer, well-known for her three celebrity marriages.

She started to come to fame in 1985, leading a dual career as the lead singer of the band Eighth Wonder and an actress. Eighth Wonder had two Top 40 singles ("I'm Not Scared" UK #7 and "Cross My Heart" UK #13) and appearing on Top of the Pops, while Kensit also starred as Eppie in an adaptation of Silas Marner, with Ben Kingsley. At the time, Kensit at the height of her fame infamously stated: "All I want is to be more famous than anything or anyone".

In 1986, she won the lead female role in the film version of Absolute Beginners, based on the book by Colin MacInnes. In 1988, Eighth Wonder had their only UK top 10 hit with "I'm Not Scared", which was produced by the Pet Shop Boys. Although the band's success quickly waned, the song appeared in the 1989 film Lethal Weapon 2, in which Kensit, now focused solely on being an actress, played Rika van den Haas, a South African consulate secretary with whom cop Martin Riggs (played by Mel Gibson) falls in love.

Following Lethal Weapon, she gave what many observers considered her best performance in 1991's little-seen Twenty-One. Of her role, Variety magazine wrote, "Fans of Kensit get plenty of her; her lovely face and form are always the center of attention. The cool control with which she executes the role is admirable". In 1992, she had a leading role in the British film "Blame it on the Bellboy" as Miss Carolyn Wright, a desperate real estate dealer in Venice who would stop at nothing to clinch a deal. In 1995 Kensit starred in Angels & Insects, with Kristin Scott Thomas and Mark Rylance, which was nominated for an Academy Award for Costume Design and in which she complied with director Philip Haas' request to bleach her pubic hair. Kensit's last major lead film role was in the Newcastle-based The One and Only, which failed to get wide distribution.