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Emily Elizabeth In Bikini Too Tiny For Her Massive Chest Is Named 'Blue Lagoon Babe'

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By Alisan Duran on November 15, 2023 at 6:00 AM EST

Emily Elizabeth enjoys a soak in a geothermal pool while donning a bikini!

The content creator returned to Instagram and posted a steamy video that got her followers talking. Emily recently visited Iceland, and while there, she enjoyed one of the country's famous geothermal springs.

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Emily Elizabeth Wears Something Blue In The Blue Lagoon!

The clip showed Emily taking a dip in the warm water wearing a striking blue bathing suit. Her set included a top with a plunging neckline that showed plenty of cleavage. The tight fit notably enhanced her busty display. A pair of thin straps were secured behind her neck and another pair of strings wrapped around her midriff.

She teamed the look with a pair of bottoms that matched the same color as her top. The swimwear featured a scooped front, which allowed the model to flaunt much of her taut midsection. Its side straps stretched high over her hips, accentuating her slender frame. Additionally, the high leg cuts displayed Emily's trim thighs.

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Getting The Benefits Of The Geothermal Pool

At the beginning of the footage, Emily was seen standing in the water that came up to her thighs while looking to the side. She moved closer to the camera, slowly lowering her body into the hot spring.

With steam rising all around Emily in the pool of blue water, the scene was idyllic. However, her online audience seemingly paid more attention to her than the scenery.

Emily looked happy near the end of the video as she flashed a closed-lip smile while gazing into the camera.

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Emily Elizabeth Is All Glammed Up For A Swim!

Emily tied her blonde locks into a bun and enhanced her features with a full makeup application, including darkened brows, faux lashes, and blush. In terms of accessories, the influencer ditched them all to keep her pool day look as simple as possible.

Emily didn't write anything in the caption. Instead, she dropped two snowflake emojis, indicating that the location was freezing.

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Emily Elizabeth Makes Fans Drool Every Time!

Among Emily's 2.6 million followers on the social media website, many were quick to comment on the babe's jaw-dropping post.

For those who are not aware, there has been a threat of volcanic eruptions in Iceland. The news broke just after Emily visited the Nordic country, and one Instagram user, who saw her new update, wrote, "Volcanoes has been erupting, you've made them excited."

Another fan remarked, "Sexy bikini in Iceland made volcanoes excited and closed blue lagoon."

The third admirer simply noted, "Wonderful View."

Meanwhile, the fourth user, who recognized the place, named Emily the "Blue Lagoon Babe," adding, "I've been twice and never saw a woman like you there."

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Iceland Anticipates A Volcanic Eruption

The small vocanic lake called Viti in volcano Askja. Lake Oeskjuvatn in the background. The north eastern interior highlands of Iceland in the Vatnajoekull National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site. Europe, Northern Europe, Iceland Newscom/(Mega Agency TagID: uigphotos414455.jpg) [Photo via Mega Agency]

Concerns persist about the potential eruption of an Icelandic volcano as magma continues to spread underground, accompanied by substantial cracks emerging in the roads of the town most susceptible to the threat, per The Independent.

While seismic activity in southwestern Iceland experienced a reduction in both size and intensity on Monday, authorities emphasized that the likelihood of a volcanic eruption remains significant.

On Monday, approximately 900 earthquakes struck the southern part of the country, adding to the tens of thousands of tremors reported in the Reykjanes region in recent weeks.

Over the weekend, nearly 4,000 individuals were evacuated from Grindavik due to concerns that molten rock could reach the surface, posing a potential threat to the coastal town and a nearby geothermal power station.

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