Celebrity Leaked Photos 2014: Will Brad Paisley Joke About Nude Pictures During CMAs? [VIDEO]

3:13 PM EDT 10/29/2014 by Lindsay Cronin, Celebeat Reporter

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Brad Paisley isn't holding his tongue when it comes to the recent celebrity photo hackings.

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On Monday night, Paisley and his CMA Awards co-host, singer Carrie Underwood, appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers, where they spoke about their awards show commentary.

“I feel like we know them well enough to know who really laughs at themselves, and who takes themselves a little more seriously,” Underwood explained, according to an October 28 report by Taste of Country. “Tim [McGraw] and Faith [Hill] are great,” Paisley added. “We’ve picked on them a bunch. Of course, when you put out Barbie dolls … that was the biggest gift we’ve ever been given.”

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Paisley and Underwood have hosted the CMA Awards six times already, so poking fun at celebrities is nothing new. However, this year, in light of the recent celebrity photo leaks, the pair will have even more material against their fellow celebrities.

“Dolls would be fine, but naked photos are great,” Paisley said, referencing the 2014 celebrity photo hacking scandal, which has targeted celebrities, including Gabrielle Union, Jennifer Lawrence and Cat Deeley.

One person who surely won't be laughing at Paisley's photo leak jokes is Lawrence. In addition to telling Vanity Fair magazine that the hacking was a "sexual violation," the Hunger Games actress demanded for a change to current laws.

"Just because I'm a public figure, just because I'm an actress, does not mean that I asked for this," she added.

The 2014 CMA Awards air live from Nashville on Wednesday, Nov. 5 on ABC.

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