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Bella Thorne Flaunts Killer Curves In String Bikini for 4th Of July

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By Gary Trock

Bella Thorne is once again keeping her head in the clouds and her feet on the ground with her latest sexy look on 4th of July. The "Midnight Sun" star took to Instagram Saturday afternoon, before the firework festivities began, and sent out some new shots for her 23.2 million followers.

Not giving much a caption, and not needing one, Bella simply added 3 cloud emojis to her 3 photos, which was incredibly appropriate once you take a closer look.

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Bella revealed the entire theme of her holiday outfit to be clouds, as she donned a tiny string bikini top imprinted with fluffy white clouds. The actress, director and bestselling author also added some fancy eye shadow and cloud makeup to complete her photoshoot ... which was also shot against the backdrop of a beautiful blue sky filled with clouds.

Bella also decked herself out with some heavy jewelry, including multiple pearl necklaces and an iced out watch on her wrist.

Ready For A Swim

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The 22-year-old star is all about showing off sexy swimwear as summer kicks off and temperatures have been soaring in Southern California, where Bella lives. She recently showed off another hot number, a bright orange monokini with cutouts showcasing her ample chest and tight tummy.

Bella completed the look with some schoolgirl pigtails and provocatively asked fans, "Wanna go for a swim?"

Swimming and outdoor activities are a big part of Bella's life, which is why she recently teamed up with hemp clothing company, Drihp, to be the face of a new plant-based clothing line.

"Nature's given us so much life, let's give a little life back. @DRIHP Eco-friendly plant based clothing can help save the water, trees, and the air. WE NEED YOU to help us make a change. WITHOUT YOU this doesn't work!" she wrote to fans about the campaign.

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