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Busting Through: Top 15 Busty Hollywood Celebrities with Knockout Curves with Bra Size

Which Hollywood Actress have the best Huge busts?

Who has knockout curves? These 15 busty celebrities have this in common. Yes, they are absolutely appreciated for their acting or singing talents! Yet when naming busty celebrities with all-natural knockout curves, this baker’s dozen plus two are front and center.

For example, there’s Sofia Vergara. The Modern Family firecracker had been toiling around the entertainment business for many years and was known for her voluptuous figure more than anything else, such as that Pepsi commercial that featured her frolicking on the beach. But when the actress got the opportunity of a lifetime — with the ABC sitcom — her acting skills knocked down the door to success. Same thing could be said of Christina Hendricks. There were a bunch of minor and forgettable roles, commercial shoots and modeling gigs, but her audition for Mad Men could not have gone better, and her innate gift of commanding a scene propelled her to household name fame.

Filling out this list is also a singer or two, such as Jessica Simpson, whose father notoriously made the world cringe when he talked about his daughter’s bust size in a now iconic quote that is featured below! When you think about busty celebrities, who rockets to the top of your list? Take a deep breath and prepare yourself to dive in to our gallery of the 15 bustiest celebs.

Busting Through: Top 15 Busty Hollywood Celebrities with Knockout Curves with Bra Size

15. Sofia Vergara
Any list of this sort must start with the actress who starred in Modern Family causing her entire career to change. Vergara, with her natural curves, is now the highest paid woman on TV, per Us Weekly. Vergara has showcased her 32F breasts for her entire career — coupled with her talent, she has become an enormous celebrity, product pitch woman and burgeoning movie star.

Vergara told Vogue that “a normal girl will just put the dress on and leave. I need them to be like an armory. My dresses are like a work of art inside because, you know, I am 40 years old, I had a baby and I am a 32F boob. And they are still real." The Hot Pursuit star also admitted that she never feels perfect, not even close. “I have many favorite body parts of myself and I have some that I don't like. For example, I love my eyes. I love my waist. But I also have parts that I would like to complain [about]. I'm a woman! We're always unhappy about something." For more, check out Radar Online’s look at Vergara’s sexiest vacation looks!

14. Christina Hendricks
Watching Mad Men — a show that did everything right — it did hit one home run for women everywhere with its focus on Hendricks and how she had difficulty being taken seriously largely due to her bodacious curves. The 36F-cup celebrity has often talked about her endowments.

“It's so bizarre that people are constantly asking if my breasts are real or fake,” the model-turned-actress was quoted as saying in Us Weekly. "They're so obviously real that anyone who's ever seen or touched a breast would know." In that vein, she was quoted in Radar Online and took things a step further when she was asked about being an inspiration to “full figured” women. “You get everyone out there judging your dress and your hair and your lipstick, and you just think, ‘Let me get dressed up and go to a nice party. Why do you have to be so judgmental?’”

13. Jennifer Love Hewitt
Rumor has it that the John Mayer hit song “Your Body Is a Wonderland” is about Jennifer Love Hewitt. If it is true, it finds a subject in the actress who is just fine with that. “I know what I look like, and so do my friends and family. And like all women out there should, I love my body. To all girls with butts, boobs, hips and a waist, put on a bikini — put it on and stay strong,” she said (as quoted in Radar Online) after the 2007 cavalcade of criticism she endured after photos of her in a black bikini went viral.

Her 34D bust was frequently featured on screens, both big and small. She starred in The Client List on Lifetime, portraying a masseuse who had no issues with “happy endings,” and as such, was frequently seen wearing little. The actress also used her curves to woo men as part of the mother daughter con women flick, Heartbreakers (opposite Sigourney Weaver) back in 2001.

12. Salma Hayek
The renowned plastic surgeon Ash Mosahebi once stated that he believed that the star of Desperado and dozens of other films possesses the finest breasts in Hollywood. “Salma Hayek’s breasts are large, with good shape and also natural. They don’t just look like a pair of blobs,” the veteran of over 15,000 boob jobs told Britain’s The Sun. The 32D cup actress has certainly used her curvy physique in addition to her thespian talents to maker her an international star. The Mexican-born mother of Valentina Paloma Pinault has never shied away from her curves but always sought to make her success or failure in Tinseltown about talent.

She is also insecure about her figure and saw that as something that connects her to millions of women. “I’m not going to lie to you, I would like the curve to go in instead of out in some places. But I love a little curve,” Hayek told The EDIT. “I love the word ‘curvy.’ It’s artistic, a straight line can be boring.” The star also admitted that her busty nature has limited her Hollywood success. “I have an overly ... wavy body,” she stated in that interview. “I'm not like the girl next door who is easy to cast. I don't fit into any of the stereotypes of a woman that should continue to work.” She was also quoted in Harper’s Bazaar with what she hoped would inspire many. "You have to get up and become your own work of art; from the moment you put yourself together. Not that I do it! I am quite lazy in the queen department," she said. "But celebrate who you are and celebrate life and know that this is your experience."

11. Scarlett Johansson
Scarlett Johansson is a serious actress whose work has spanned decades — dating back to her child actor days. One could argue that everything she had done on the big screen paled in comparison to the seismic explosion that occurred when she walked the red carpet of the Academy Awards in 2006 and correspondent/fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi literally grabbed her 32D breasts — one of Johansson’s hottest moments, according to Us Weekly. They were spilling out of that iconic red dress. Suddenly, she was a household name. And the rest is history. For the Avengers star, her curves have always been a source of pride. "I'm curvy — I'm never going to be 5'11' and 120 pounds. But I feel lucky to have what I've got," she told CBS News.

10. Katy Perry
Katy Perry famously told a story that she prayed as a little girl to have breasts on the larger side of the spectrum, as reported in Us Weekly. "I lay on my back one night and looked down at my feet, and I prayed to God. I said, 'God, will you please let me have boobs so big that I can't see my feet when I'm lying down?'" Prayers were answered with her 32D cup size breasts. The “Roar” singer has never shied away from wearing tight clothes in videos or on the red carpet, fully embracing her full curves.

9. Kate Upton
There was a time, for many years, where the skinnier the model, the more they worked. In 2011 Kate Upton made her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue debut, eventually adorning the coveted cover for the 2012, 2013 and 2017 editions. Upton destroyed the skinny girl club — along with Tyra Banks who had arrived a few years earlier — and society has not looked back since. The 34D supermodel has been an inspiration for many to embrace their curves.

A source close to the new mother told Radar Online that “Kate takes her modeling career seriously, but she feels beautiful with a little extra weight on. She also loves food and doesn’t beat herself up over having a slice of pizza every now and then.” Upton, married to Houston Astros’ ace Justin Verlander, has always been outspoken when it comes to loving yourself regardless of your measurements. “I love my boobs, and I’m proud of my size,” Upton was also quoted in Radar Online as saying. “That’s an important message to young girls, love who you are and be proud of who you are.”

8. Tyra Banks
Just before Upton, the poster child for curvy supermodels was the one and only Banks. Besides breaking racial barriers in 1996 by being the first African American woman to score the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, she also pushed the skinny model prototype right out the window.

Age hasn’t been an issue either with the 34DD model, television host and entrepreneur as Banks once again graced the SI cover in 2019 becoming the oldest model to land the coveted spot on newsstands. She told ET Online that it is imperative to love yourself, regardless of one’s figure. "I'm constantly telling people [there is] beauty in all sizes, beauty at all ages,” she said. Banks also recognized that regardless of your figure, the pressure is always on for people in her profession, particularly currently. "[Models] have to compete with actresses, recording artists and reality stars for magazine covers and ad campaigns. They have to have tons of followers on social media to book top notch jobs," she said in Us Weekly.

7. Jessica Simpson
A singer who has always been known for her figure is Simpson. A cringeworthy statement from her father that still echoes from 2004. He was famously quoted in Us Weekly, “She’s got double-Ds! You can’t cover those suckers up!” Thanks, Joe Simpson. The singer and fashion brand billionaire definitely agrees. There was a rumor going around that her doctor had recommended a breast reduction, but she set the record straight via Twitter when she stated, “Not to worry. I love my boobies! They're not going anywhere."

6. Kat Dennings
One has to love anyone, regardless of vocation, who can laugh at themselves. When it comes to being busty, few turned that body trait into a source of comedy like Kat Dennings did with her hit sitcom, 2 Broke Girls. The 34DD actress has long been in the public eye, but it was that CBS show that found her putting herself out there physically in a way that she thought might not only bring a smile to everyone’s face but may inspire some simultaneously. “Hey, when you get a second, stop looking at my boobs," she stated in one of the show’s many jokes that alluded to her figure.

The actress keenly is aware of her assets and has never tried to hide any part of herself. Chelsea Handler, upon introducing Dennings for her talk show, had fun with the Thor star when she said that the Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist star “has a problem with her breasts." Handler joked, "They're very large." Dennings keenly knows that and takes that into account with every red carpet appearance. "No matter what I do, [my boobs] are there,” she said in Us Weekly about putting on outfits with a high wardrobe malfunction probability. "I looked in the mirror and I was like, 'Oh, God.' If I stand up too straight, there's a possibility. If I hunch, that's why. It's not because I have terrible posture! It's because I have fear of things coming out!"

5. Beyoncé
Queen Bae has always shown off her curves, from those early days with Destiny’s Child as she and her singing pals sang, “Say My Name,” and a legion of other hits. But it was that video with her future husband, Jay-Z, where they sang about being “Crazy in Love” that the world first saw how truly curvy she was in those short shorts and a white tank top.

That 32D bust and those — to paraphrase Shakira — hips (that) don’t lie have been something that Beyoncé has always embraced. The “Lemonade” singer rarely talks about herself as much as she did in a Vogue interview where the Grammy winner praised her curvy body. “I embraced being curvier. I accepted what my body wanted to be,” Beyoncé referenced her self-image after giving birth to twins Rumi and Sir: “I was patient with myself and enjoyed my fuller curves.” Could the inspirational woman be more of a beacon of awesomeness to females everywhere? No, no she could not. Proof of that arrived with her stunning quote in Us Weekly, “Everyone is not supposed to be the same … Be healthy and take care of yourself, but be happy with the beautiful things that make you, you.”

4. Jennifer Lawrence
Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence first caught our collective eyes as the daughter of the titular character on The Bill Engvall Show when she was 17. The show ended in 2009, and she earned her first Oscar nomination for Winter’s Bone the following year. Almost immediately, she embraced her curves and posed for some seriously sexy photoshoots in various international magazines such as Marie Claire, Vogue and Elle. The rest of her career has been one highlight after another, but one thing remains constant — comfort in her own skin.

The 34B-cup actress has sought to be an inspiration to girls everywhere for loving oneself. It was right before tackling the part of Mystique in X-Men: First Class that she made a conscious choice and embraced her figure. After all, the character wears little more than blue paint. “I knew that if I was going to be naked in front of the world, I wanted to look like a woman and not a prepubescent 13-year-old boy," Lawrence said. "I'm so sick of people thinking that's what we're supposed to look like!" Amen, sister. She took it further, as quoted in Us Weekly, “I’m not very strict with my diet: If I want a piece of pizza, I eat a piece of pizza.” She added, “I have a certain way that I want to look. I get photographed when I’m not asking for it, so there’s added pressure to look and feel your best. For me, it’s easier to put that extra effort into the gym instead of putting the extra effort into: ‘Oh no, I can’t eat that.’”

3. Halle Berry
Superstar Halle Berry is no stranger to putting herself out there physically. She bared it all in Monsters Ball and won an Oscar. The actress is also not letting a little thing like getting older stop her from posting pictures on social media of herself in a bikini as a woman who is 50-plus.

The 34C cup star of John Wick Chapter 3 has embraced her curves and has openly talked about what she does to maintain them — exercise and eating right. Berry has stressed that nobody should get too hung up on the minutest details of their body because “the beauty world is constantly evolving, building a deeper connection between health, wellness, and what we know as being beautiful.” Us Weekly has even chronicled her body evolution since 2000.

2. Blake Lively
Blake Lively has long celebrated her curves, even quoting an iconic song to illustrate her point with one of her social media posts. When posting a side-by-side shot of her backside and her face, she quoted Sir-Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back” and stated, “L.A. face with an Oakland booty.” Some folks got all worked up about the quote, but Lively quickly responded and shut down all the haters on social media saying in Us Weekly, “I was celebrating my body… it’s nice to have a nice curve and not look like you’re starving to death. It’s something I was proud of. I never meant to offend anyone.”

The former Gossip Girl standout and 32C celeb continued by saluting the Seattle rapper for his song that allowed women to celebrate being full-figured. “It’s just about celebrating women’s bodies, and that’s what I was doing.”

1. Heidi Klum
Being a model, Heidi Klum was used to the world constantly knowing her measurements, 37-27-36. The celebrity pitch person and America’s Got Talent judge could not be prouder of her place among the top busty celebs. Would you believe that Klum was told at one time that she was too curvy to be a top-tier model? She had to be resourceful and found that "there were still other things out there for people who were normal-looking," Klum said to Marie Claire.

She stated she got her start in catalogs before answering a casting call for Victoria’s Secret that changed her life. The actress even spoke about how she approaches Thanksgiving dinner. “I don't want to be wondering about how skinny I am, wondering what I'm going to eat because I don't want to gain and I want to look hot and young, always and forever,” she proudly stated. She also has made it clear her opinion on plastic surgery, saying in Radar Online that “I haven’t done anything. [Plastic surgery] just doesn’t look pretty to me.”

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