Emily Ratajkowski Shows Off Her Killer Abs In A White Crop Top While Stepping Out In NYC

Emily Ratajkowski
Emily Ratajkowski

Emily Ratajkowski seems to be living her best single life right now, and appears to be not only showing her exes – who now include ex-husband Sebastian Bear McClard, Pete Davidson, Brad Pitt, and most recently, 39-year-old comedian Eric Andre – what they’re missing, but also enticing potential new love interests too by flaunting her super-sculpted abs and teeny tiny waist. We would totally do the same if we were in her shoes and had her figure!

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Emily Ratajkowski Flaunts Her Washboard Abs On The Streets Of NYC

The 31-year-old My Body author once again turned the streets of New York City into her own personal catwalk with another casual yet enviable ensemble while heading to Sony Music Studios on January 18th. This time, her en-vogue ‘fit consisted of cropped black joggers, an ab-baring white crop-top, a beige shearling jacket, and grey New Balance sneakers. How does she always make athleisure look so good?! “Look at that belly jeez,” one stunned fan raved on Reddit, while another added, “Sexy even in casual wear.”

The High Low with EmRata podcast host accessorized with a black crossbody bag and some oversized black glasses, while her hair was worn in a natural slightly wavy down do and her makeup (if she was even wearing any!) was very minimal yet glowing. She kept jewelry to a minimum too, simply opting for some silver hoop earrings.


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Emily Delivers Winter Commencement Address At Hunter College

The mom-of-one proved that she is brains as well as beauty, as she delivered the winter commencement address to the graduates at Hunter College on January 21st, donning a cap and gown that she pulled off so effortlessly! EmRata opened up about her experience with imposter syndrome in her speech, telling the graduates: “It’s hard to celebrate myself, not as an imposter in a body, but as a soul deserving of joy. And I bet a few people here feel the same way.”

“So, if you can’t celebrate yourself, maybe do it for others; for the friends and family that greeted you when you returned home after your long day, who listened to you complain about your workload and your schedule, who encouraged you when you were filled with stress and hopelessness — for the loved ones who fill this audience, who can remember when you first had the idea to try and get this degree and cheered you on when you were sure you’d never make it,” she continued, adding, “The people in your life who love you are a precious gift; treat them as such, enjoy them as such, celebrate with them.” She finished off by saying: “Congratulations to the class of 2023.”