Three years ago, I had no idea who Bella Thorne was. She had starred in small roles in television series that I had watched, like a 2006 role in “Entourage” and a 2007 role in “The O.C.” as a young Taylor Townsend. In 2010, she was an unrecognizable main kid in the television series “Big Love.” Her major break was a leading role on the Disney show “Shake It Up” where she played opposite Zendaya (“Spider-Man: Homecoming”) as background dancers from 2010-2013. I wouldn’t actually notice her until 2014 in the Adam Sandler-Drew Barrymore comedy “Blended,” where she plays the blossoming teenage daughter of Sandler. From there she would start popping up everywhere, from “The DUFF” (2015) to “Boo! A Madea Halloween” (2016) to the television series “Scream” on MTV, not to mention being a huge player on Instagram. She would follow much in the same route as Miley Cyrus, becoing known for flaunting her sexuality without any censoring. That continues in her spread for GQ Mexico, where the cover shows a transparent top clearly showing her puffy nipple and nipple ring. Inside, the photos show a full length of her sitting in a chair completely naked, to which she has taken to social media to defend having the editors not do any touch-ups on the photo. She’s also shown in a few different lingerie selections as well as a bath robe.