Selma Blair

Selma Blair is freeing the nipple!

On December 20, the 48-year-old actress made a stylish pit stop while road tripping out in the desert in Southern California. Posing barefoot in front of the area’s Insta-famous wind turbines, Blair wore nothing more than a pair of high-waisted khaki pants from the Wyllis Pants collection and retro-inspired white sunglasses.

“Impromptu shoot off the highway,” she wrote in the accompanying caption. “Palm Springs desert. New Wyllis pants. Why ruin a great outfit with a top? I wish I may. I wish I might, I wish upon this star tonight ⭐️ stay safe…”

Wyllis Pants is the popular brand owned by Demi Moore and Bruce Willis’ daughter, Tallulah Willis. Following her pal’s attention-grabbing shoutout, the 26-year-old was quick to respond.

“My divine friend in my pants!!!! Seriously how babely is this human @selmablair,” Willis captioned the same topless photo on her own Insta feed.

Selma Blair

In the self-confident snap, The Sweetest Thing star held a lucite cane over her head., an accessory she is often photographed with. In October 2018, Blair revealed that she had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. She had thought, for years, that she was suffering from minor illnesses or even a pinched nerve, but the diagnosis finally explained her disabilities, including her occasional falling, dropping things, foggy memory, and her left side acting like it was “asking for directions from a broken GPS.” Blair was inspired to reveal the news as a way to thank Allisa Swanson, her costume designer, who had become her unofficial “dresser” for her role in the Netflix series Another Life, stating that Swanson “gets my legs in my pants, pulls my tops over my head, (and) buttons my coats.”

Clearly her health issues haven’t stopped Blair’s fabulousness. On December 7, the Cruel Intentions actress reunited with co-star Sarah Michelle Gellar for the 2020 MTV Movie & TV Awards: Greatest Of All Time ceremony. The iconic pair appeared in a video message to accept the award for ‘Legendary Lip Lock.’ for their steamy on-screen kiss in the 1999 film.

Selma Blair

“I think the reason the kiss has resonated with people so long is not just for the initial shock value, but because it was a catalyst for so many young people to help them realize certain aspects of their sexuality and help make people comfortable to be who they really are,” Blair said, reflecting on the significance of the on-screen moment.

Gellar added, “It also represented a paradigm shift to a new dynamic towards acceptance in pop culture – well, also it was super hot.”