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Boobalicious Blurred Lines Star Emily Ratajkowski Joins Kate Upton In The Entourage Movie!

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Blurred Lines model Emily Ratajkowski continues her upward spiral by signing on to the Entourage movie!

To all fans of the scandalous Blurred Lines music video: today is your day!!

Emily Ratajkowski, the brunette model with the impossible last name to spell who launched to stardom for dancing topless alongside Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke, and T.I., is about to hit the silver screen.

And we have to imagine her perky bosom had something to do with it!

The curvy model has just signed on to the cast of the Entourage movie, and is set to play…drumroll please…

…Herself!!!

Given Emily’s obvious sex appeal, we can’t help but wonder if she’ll be one of Adrian Grenier aka Vincent Chase’s love interests??

Perhaps in competition with Kate Upton, even???

This movie keeps getting better and better!

[Image via Sports Illustrated.]

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4 comments to “Boobalicious Blurred Lines Star Emily Ratajkowski Joins Kate Upton In The Entourage Movie!”

  1. olive says – reply to this


    1

    I wonder if her "no rhythm" problem will be highlighted in the movie as it was in the Robin Thicke video.

  2. br says – reply to this


    2

    nice body but yucky face i dunno y more ppl dont care about a nice face over body

  3. moron high says – reply to this


    3

    LOL..
    She's perfect but…
    Time will ruin everything.
    As usual..
    Damn you mother nature! I cursed you :S



  4. 4

    Re: olive – You are aware the awkward dancing was intentional right?