Gisele Bundchen sizzles in raunchy naked photoshoot as husband Tom Brady is set for Super Bowl 2021

The 40-year-old went nude for the sultry photoshoot and used a bunch of cherries to make the shoot for jewelry brand Vivara hotter


                            Gisele Bundchen sizzles in raunchy naked photoshoot as husband Tom Brady is set for Super Bowl 2021
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen attends the Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & The Catholic Imagination Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 7, 2018 in New York City (Getty Images)

Gisele Bundchen’s husband Tom Brady is all set for the Superbowl match, but the supermodel does not mind showing off her sexy figure as she posed boldly for jewelry brand Vivara, from her native Brazil. The 40-year-old reportedly went nude for the sultry photoshoot. She also used a bunch of cherries to make the shoot hotter, The Sun reported.

You can see the pictures here.

Meanwhile, Brady is all set to play in his tenth Super Bowl on Sunday, February 7. His team the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have a faceoff with the Kansas City Chiefs. Reports said that for the preparation, the 43-year-old quarterback was alone in his rented $30 million Florida mansion after sending Bundchen and children out of town. As per reports, the player will be chasing a seventh title during the game. Brady said, “I really had an empty house for what will be 12 days leading up to the game. That’s the most time I’ve had to really focus on what I need to do from a football standpoint. It’s a home game so we’re staying in our own homes and you don’t have to eat hotel food for a week.”

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This comes after Brady was called the “height of White privilege” by a sports columnist after he refrained from discussing his support for Donald Trump, whom he earlier called his “friend”. He was reportedly first linked to the former president after a red MAGA hat was found in his locker during Trump's initial run for the presidency in 2015. And when he was confronted about it, he said Trump was a friend who had done "amazing" things but did not say whether he would vote for him or not.

Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots looks on before the preseason game between the New England Patriots and the Washington Redskins at Gillette Stadium on August 9, 2018 in Foxborough, Massachusetts (Getty Images)

The incident got new attention recently after former player Shannon Sharpe noted the difference between public opinion when it came to stands taken by Black and White celebrities. Sharpe noted that Black sportspersons are not “given as much room to weigh in on political topics and topics that could be controversial.” The co-host of ‘Undisputed’ on Fox Sports 1 added: “Blacks have always had to be very, very quiet about who their friends are. LeBron James can never say... a prominent Black athlete can never say, 'Minister Farrakhan is just my friend’. They’d try to cancel anybody with the just mere mention of Mister Farrakhan’s name”. Louis Farrakhan -- an American religious leader -- is infamous for making anti-semitic and homophobic comments.

During a virtual media conference on February 1, USA Today columnist Nancy Armour asked Brady’s thoughts over Sharpe’s comments, to which he replied, “I’m not sure how to respond to hypothetical questions like that. I hope everyone can... We’re in this position, like I am, to try to be the best I can be everyday as an athlete, as a player, as a person in my community for my team and so forth. So… yeah. Not sure what else.” But the matter did not end there as later Armour wrote about Brady’s statement in which she pointed out that his "ability to enter and exit the debate at his choosing, to shield himself from accountability, is the height of white privilege".

Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers warms up prior to their NFC Championship game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on January 24, 2021 in Green Bay, Wisconsin (Getty Images)

"As this country grapples with the far reaches of systemic racism, look no further than Brady, for whom the expectations, and allowances granted, will always be different. He reaps the benefits that we as white Americans reap each and every day in different contexts. Even Brady’s aversion to talking about politics or current events is itself a form of privilege,” she added.

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