Brazilian Miss BumBum models pose in body paint for Olympics

Bare-naked patriotism! Miss BumBum contestants pose NUDE while covered in Brazilian-themed BODY PAINT for risque shoot to celebrate the country’s Olympic athletes

  • Nine contestants in the Brazilian Miss BumBum 2021 competition took part in the proactive project
  • Artists spent 129 hours painting the women, earning a Guinness Book record for ‘most hours in body painting for a sporting event’ 
  • The women were painted with renderings of the Brazilian flag, Olympic rings, and other Olympic-themed art
  • Among those to pose were Playboy models Lunna LeBlanc and Vanusa Freitas, social media star Leila Dantas, Deia Cavalheiro, and Suzana Simonet

Nine models have smashed a world record by painting their naked bodies to celebrate the upcoming Olympic Games.

The group of women — each of whom were contestants in the Brazilian Miss BumBum 2021 competition — took the task very seriously, spending 129 hours decorating their bodies.

Using the Olympic Games as artistic inspiration, they painted their bodies with the colors of the Brazilian flag as well as the tournament’s iconic five ring symbols.

Ta-da! Nine models have smashed a world record by painting their naked bodies to celebrate the upcoming Olympic Games


Bummin’ around: Each of whom were contestants in the Brazilian Miss BumBum 2021 competition

Record: All in all, artists spent 129 hours painting the women, with Miss BumBum entering the Guinness Book with the record for ‘most hours in body painting for a sporting event’

Muses: Each of the women was painted with Olympic-themed art, including Brazilian flags and Olympic rings

Going pro: The nine women stripped down completely nude for their photoshoot, enlisting professional artists to paint them for the occasion

The nine women stripped down completely nude for their photoshoot, enlisting professional artists to paint them for the occasion.

Among the Miss BumBum contestants to go nude were this year’s winner and Playboy model Lunna LeBlanc — who recently set tongues wagging by sending the Pope a copy of her Playboy cover to thank him for his blessings.

Lunna was painted with what looks at first glance like a revealing cocktail dress that’s completely open on one side. 

Playboy model Vanusa Freitas also posted for the project, and was painted by body paint artist Madison Araujo, who rendered the Olympic rings on Vanusa’s backside and a flag across her front, which looks like fabric draped over her body.

He also painted 20-year-old model Mari Valents with a barely-there Brazilian flag, as well as the Olympic rings on one leg and ‘Tokyo 2021’ on the other.  

Social media star Leila Dantas, who has 354,000 followers, also showed off in a painted-on swimsuit, while Rosie Leites had a bird painted across her body.

Meanwhile, Deia Cavalheiro — a model and medical school student — was painted by Renata Sosa, and Suzana Simonet was painted by Elisângela Rott.

All in all, artists spent 129 hours painting the women, with Miss BumBum entering the Guinness Book with the record for ‘most hours in body painting for a sporting event.’

The Miss BumBum competition celebrated its 10th birthday this year, with the winner of the title crowned in July.

Playboy model Vanusa Freitas also posted for the project, and was painted by body paint artist Madison Araujo


Dancin’ around: Suzana Simonet was painted by Elisângela Rott for the project

Among the Miss BumBum contestants to go nude were this year’s winner and Playboy model Lunna LeBlanc, who was painted with what looks at first glance like a revealing cocktail dress 


Scandalous: Lunna (left) recently set tongues wagging by sending the Pope a copy of her Playboy cover to thank him for his blessing

The whole point: Ali Navratilova shows off the asset spotlighted in the competition


Showing off: Carla Jolia (left) and Leila Dantas (right) pose in their paint

Leticia Braganca wasn’t completely nude for the shoot and can be seen with a swimsuit as well as paint

The Olympic Games will begin on July 23 this year and is being hosted by Tokyo.

In March, several of the contestants begged for coronavirus vaccines by drawing attention to their bums.

With COVID-19 units at or above 80 per cent capacity in in all but two of Brazil’s 27 states at the time, the women drew stamp outlines on their butt cheeks with the words ‘vaccinate here’ written underneath.

‘We want our vaccine in the butt … we want everyone to be vaccinated,’ said one contestant, according to TMZ. 

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