Emily Ratajkowski needn’t trouble herself over the engagement on her latest Instagram update. The 28-year-old supermodel and Inamorata founder clocked an impressive number of views this weekend by dancing around at home in a TikTok dance – much like the rest of Hollywood, EmRata is in quarantine on account of the novel coronavirus now responsible for over 13,000 deaths worldwide.
Emily has already shared how she spent her entire Friday in bed – literally. The model ate a tuna sandwich, Zoomed in for business meetings, and did her makeup from her bed. Clearly, given the latest video, the brunette beauty eventually got out of it.
EmRata’s video (seen below) showed her in the same skin-tight, cropped, and very low-cut top she’d been seen in from her bed. With the model standing as she delivered a sexy dance to BENEE’s “Supalonely,” though, those jaw-dropping abs were on show as she flaunted her frame in a low-slung pair of sweatpants.
Looking like a total bombshell, and definitely embracing the slightly goofy TikTok vibe, Emily danced around without a care in the world, also mouthing along to the lyrics.
When Emily’s video first caught our eye at the crack of dawn on Sunday, it sat at 4.6 million views. It’s since rise to 4.7 million – clearly, the star’s content is still getting watched. A quick look at the comments section gives a pointer.
“Watched this about 10 times” was one comment.
“watched on loop” was another.
Then again, amid the influx of gushing and love, a fair few users seemed to give the swimwear and lingerie designer the thumbs-down.
“Noooo not you too,” one fan wrote, with another writing: “baby at least try to do the dance?”
Emily exudes confidence. The model walks her dog Colombo around New York City in the tightest of spandex shorts (and the teeniest of ab-flashing crop tops). With a plunging Met Gala look donned in 2019 and those barely-there bikinis on her Instagram, Emily would, to anyone, seem the epitome of confidence.
The model has, however, revealed a side to her that’s less sure.
“I have days when I literally cannot look in the mirror because I am sick of myself. I don’t like how I look or I want to change certain things about myself. We are stuck inside one body, we can’t see ourselves and we have no perspective on it,” she told Glamour in 2018.
For many, Emily’s body alone is a work of art. 2020 has already seen fans say her abs deserve an award, but Emily has mentioned art in a wider sense, regarding her social media.
“Glam allows me to push a different persona every day and my Instagram is me taking a character and curating her life. I treat it like an art project, it’s a different person every day. There’s always a narrative behind the beauty,” she said.
For more from EmRata, check out her account.