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AVN Awards 2013: The Least Dressed (NSFW)

Last weekend, The Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas hosted the 2013 AVN Awards. Adult film star Asa Akira took home the award for Best Female Performer while James Deen snagged the prize for Best Male Performer. If you don't know who those people are, it's okay, we don't either.

Seriously, who really cares what their (fake) names are anyway?

Photographer Nate "Igor" Smith made his annual trek to the event and took tons of photos of the shenanigans. In honor of all things NSFW, we've gone through the photos and pulled out the best of the best. So, here are the "Least Dressed Stars of the 2013 AVN Awards."

See Also:

-2013 AVN Awards: The Stars Get Ready (NSFW) -2013 AVN Awards: Porn's Biggest Night (NSFW) -Adult Entertainment Expo: One Wild Convention (NSFW)

10. What do you think her favorite role to play is?

9. Who needs a dress when you have a belt?

8. Triplets or the same plastic surgeon?

7. Cupping, it's a thing.

6. Underboob = the new cleavage.

5. There's a Pomeranian somewhere in the world with the same exact outfit.

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4. Too little left to the imagination?

3. Don't expect the Oscars to look much like this.

2. That's not a stripper pole, she just dropped a quarter.

1. Ummmm ...

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