Nina Dobrev Poses Topless…For a Good Cause!

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Looks like Nina Dobrev will stop at nothing to make sure the masses are informed! Recently, the Vampire Diaries beauty posted a photo of herself — sans shirt — holding up a sign that reads “#GetCovered.” Now you might be wondering what this photo is all about, so let us break it down for you.

Nina is trying to get the word out about the Affordable Care Act (ACA), “which makes preventive care accessible and affordable for millions of Americans who may have otherwise been uninsured.”

In addition to the photo, she included a caption that read: “”Im Canadian. We have healthcare for all. If you dont have insurance go to and #GetCovered, Because w/o it, youre naked.”

She’s not the only star to take part in this campaign as celebs such as Scandal‘s Kerry Washington, comedian Sarah Silverman, and Mockingjay actress Julianne Moore all took part spreading the word.

What do you think of Nina’s Instagram? Sound off in the comments section!

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5 Responses to "Nina Dobrev Poses Topless…For a Good Cause!"

    David chongloyi says:

    Like ur page!! really !!

    Brittany says:

    The pic is pretty. It’s appropriate for getting the message across. Nina seems like a very classy person. I’m glad she is getting the word out.

    GIna says:

    Obamacare is NOT good. All of y’all who think it is, wake up and stop watching NBC, CBS, ABC, and CNN because they won’t tell you the truth.

    cece says:

    I love your page, I really do! thank you very much for posting all this interesting things xoxo -cece

    Sammy says:

    Although it seems inappropriate, it’s a good way to spread the word.

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