Amanda Seyfried to paparazzo who took inappropriate photos: ‘it’s up my skirt’


Here’s Amanda Seyfried outside the Givenchy menswear show in Paris on Friday with her boyfriend, Thomas Sadoski. These two made their Instagram debut earlier this month and I believe this is their first major event as a couple. Of course they met while starring in a play together last year, when they were both with other people and Thomas was married, but this is the first time they’re together together. Amanda wore this totally 90s outfit complete with a crop top sweater, light jeans and a leather moto jacket. I love it! She looks adorable and this brings me back to my youth. Thomas was given a velvety hoodie to wear.


Amanda represents Givenchy perfume and she was also in Paris shooting a commercial for the brand. They had her in a light pink lingerie-look slip with an oversized shirt on over it and she was posing on a bridge with her legs up to the side. You could see up her slip from some of the side angles, and I did see some unfortunate photos of that, which made their way to Reddit. (I’m not linking those.) You can see a SFW video of the photoshoot here, and she was professional during the shoot but was obviously uncomfortable and pulling on her shirt for coverage when she got down off the bridge.

As for those photos, Amanda tweeted that she was wearing a thong and and that “a grown man” is the one who took the photos from that angle and sold them.

I like how matter-of-fact she is: “That wasn’t a vagina…” and she even included a photo of the thong, which you can see on her tweet. I think she got the photo from a sales website. You can buy those panties at Kohl’s! They’re $16, so Seyfried wears underwear that I could afford. I would have pegged her for a La Perla wearer. I feel bad for her though, she was just doing a job and she had to deal with upskirt photos. She handled it like a pro.




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  1. Lex says:

    He is…not attractive. And I obviously find him even more unattractive knowing that he possibly cheated on his wife.

    • almondmilk says:

      I think still candids do not do him justice.

      I was an avid Newsroom (HBO) watcher and he played the young news producer Don Keefer. He was so intelligent and full of integrity and witty that all I’m thinking right now is that he’s too good for Amanda Seyfried (joking). No offense.

      I found him incredibly handsome and compelling on that show in a much better than average Joe hotness kind of way. Lol

      Seriously though, he ends up with Sloan (played incredibly well by Olivia Munn -she was terrific…) and they had such great chemistry as two people/colleagues who just kind of circle each other day to day, become friends and are with other people and then discover they fascinate each other on pretty deep levels.

      If you haven’t watched newsroom, binge it. It remains prescient today.

  2. Frannydays says:

    They are just not as cute to me knowing he was married when they met.

    • susiecue says:

      Same. & I liked her with Justin Long, who I think she dumped for this guy.

    • Carol says:

      Yep. That just makes their relationship kind of gross to me. But who knows? Maybe he and his wife were already contemplating a divorce before he met Amanda.

  3. LannisterForever says:

    Where do I know him from? He has a really familiar face…

    • Bex says:

      The Newsroom perhaps? I liked him in that, even if the show was messy

    • David says:

      The show called the slap. Maybe?

    • Trin says:


      At glanced at the pics first and got scared thinking it Mark Ruffalo. Such a relief in reading the article! 😂

    • LannisterForever says:

      Yes it’s the Newsroom I’ve seen him in! He was quite good in that.

    • dj says:

      Maybe you have seen him in new sitcom “Life in Pieces.” I love him in that. James Brolin, Colin Hanks, Dianne Wiest. Good show. Relatable because it shows 3 generations. The grandparents are always having the best time!

    • Imqrious2 says:

      He’s also on “Life in Pieces” on CBS (in the States) right now. He plays the younger son.

  4. Vaya says:

    Sorry. $16 for a thong is still pricey for me. I get my undies by the pack. Haha 😄

    • Celebitchy says:

      I didn’t want to admit this in the post, but I don’t think I’ve ever bought panties that expensive. But it’s affordable-ish!

    • OrigialTessa says:

      Victoria’s Secret are not much cheaper. You can usually get 3 for $30 on sale, but retail they’re like $13 or $14

    • AngelaH says:

      Hahahaha! I was thinking the same thing. $16 for one pair is affordable? But I guess if I were going to splurge, then it would be attainable for me.

  5. Bettyrose says:

    I just read that mom jeans (or “jeans” as we called them in the 90s) and crop tops were roaring back, and here’s living proof.

    • Aren says:

      They’re everywhere. My classmates wear them and they think they look so edgy but they literally look like my mom.
      She never wanted to get rid of her old fashioned jeans and now, here they are again.

      • Bettyrose says:

        Aren, OMG, that’s exactly how I felt in the late 80s when my classmates were going hippie chic. I was like, dude, those are my mom’s clothes.

    • Kitten says:

      Yeah I had that exact same outfit in 1999. It’s too soon for the resurgence of that crap.

      • ab says:

        it’s waaaay too soon! I was a teenager in the 90s and I really cannot believe I am old enough for this stuff to have become popular again.

  6. LadyJane says:

    Upskirts are unacceptable. So is going after married men. Just saying.

    • Luca76 says:

      Two separate issues.

      • Nicole says:

        Agreed separate issues. I can be outraged at both. Sympathy for her about the photos and feel gross that she entered in a relationship with a guy still taken

    • MrsBPitt says:

      She is the girl that always ends up having an affair with her leading man….

    • Boo says:

      I see no problem with this comment. She lives her life without respecting boundaries of others (his marriage).

      Also, he’s an idiot. They’re a perfect match.

      • Veronica says:

        Getting involved with a married man is unethical but not nonconsensual. He is an autonomous adult making his own choice to leave the marriage. He’s not a victim of her seduction. The upskirt shots lack consent from the photographed individual. On that level, no, it’s not comparable.

      • K2 says:

        @Veronica – precisely.

  7. RedWeatherTiger says:

    He’s got a touch of the crazy eyes, no?

  8. Mia4s says:

    Honestly paparazzi who take up skirt photos should be prosecuted and forced to register as sex offenders. Those who publish them should face massive civil sanctions. I see no difference from your run of the mill peeping Tom.

  9. Samtha says:

    She looks miserable and a lot thinner than usual.

    • Tris says:

      She does look too thin, but is still beautiful. I’ve always thought she was the prettiest actress, and surprised she wasn’t more famous.

      • Naddie says:

        Add me in. Every time I see her face, I drool, she’s got a hell of a hold on me.

      • Samtha says:

        She is gorgeous. I was just watching her in Veronica Mars, where she looked a good twenty or twenty-five pounds heavier, or I might not have noticed how thin she looks here.

    • Amy says:

      She looks shockingly unwell to me:(

  10. Kelly says:

    I loved her in Veronica Mars and her early movies, but she is one HUGE man stealer. Not good.

  11. Andrea says:

    Ugh . . . I personally find all the comments about her being a “man stealer” and “she lives her life without respecting boundaries of others” insulting and anti-feminist. Oh please, it takes two. I’m not defending the actions of adulters, but why pin the adultery on her alone. If, she and he committed adultery it’s none of our business. It’s been them and their former partners.

    • Kitten says:

      I could not agree more and in addition to that I just find those comments really sanctimonious, frankly.

      We don’t know exactly what happened and it’s presumptuous to pretend that we do. These people are all strangers at the end of the day.

    • Samtha says:

      I think it’s because she (apparently?) has a history of getting involved with men who are already in relationships. It does take two, but if you’re continually “the other woman,” it says something about your ethics. It’s not anti-feminist to hold people accountable for their own actions, and repeatedly disrespecting other people’s relationship boundaries is a dick move.

      That said: I don’t follow her, so I’m just basing the “history of being the other woman” thing on comments here and other celeb gossip sites.

    • Veronica says:

      I don’t care if people get called out for pursuing married partners (provided said partner isn’t completely stripped of responsibility), but I did find the above comment implying it made her annoyance over the upskirt shots hypocritical very gross.

  12. Elle says:

    It’s disgusting that so many people feel entitled to a young woman’s body. It’s not just the paparazzo; the problem is also the sickos who view these images.

  13. Elizabeth says:

    There’s an article on Blind Gossip suggesting she’s behind the photo herself.

  14. rudy says:

    Oh My Gawd!! On a blind gossip site they said an actress was going to FAKE photos of someone shooting up her skirt in order to get more publicity, gross!

    Was it Amanda?

  15. Jen says:

    Nice she called them out. I don’t follow her close enough to know who her bf is, (until right now), but she just strikes me as a decent person. I loved her as Cosette in Les Miserables, and it’s so hard to make Cosette a relatable charater. Her voice is angelic and she really fleshed out the one paper thin character in Les Mis.

  16. Joh says:

    There is a blind going round that this was planned.