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Tara Sutaria and other celebs post sizzling bikini photos amid lockdown. IANS

BY PUJA GUPTA

As temperature rise and vacations are a lifetime away, celebrities step into summer by stripping down to their bikinis. These influencers haven’t let home-sheltering spoil their fun in the sun, and their social media accounts add to the heatwave.


Kim Kardashian

If only we could all look like this when we go for our Quarantine workouts! Kim flaunts her enviable waistline dressed in a leopard print string bikini at her home gym.

Bella Hadid

Bella Hadid flaunts a sun-kissed body and an even tan in her emerald green bandeau bikini.

Cardi B

Trust Cardi B to pull out all the stops– High heels, beach curls, hoop earrings and Monogram! The singing sensation was all shades of pink with her lavender bikini, dusty pink mane and matching LV


Kim Kardashian flaunts her summer body in a bikini. IANS

Lady Gaga

Pink seems to be the summer favourite, as the fabulous Lady Gaga posts a picture of her pink locks. Don’t miss the shades of S&M with leather, chains, tatoos and a bit of under-boob. Gaga captions her picture “I hear the thunder coming down.”

Kylie Jenner

Kylie seems to have settled in nicely in her latest acquisition in the Holmby Hills neighborhood of California. She is seen sitting by her new pool flaunting her curves in a ribbed neon green bikini with a sporty scoopneck.

Tammy Hembrow

While Hembrow stays away from the sun, it doesn’t stop her from putting her washboard abs on display in sexy pink lingerie. The model uploaded a mirror selfie complete with a neat ponytail and high definition makeup.


Celebs rocking their summer looks in a bikini. IANS

Carrie Underwood

The singer shared a photo of her showing off her svelte figure in one of her own Calia bikinis. The country artiste completes the look with a cowboy hat posing the question, “Is it summer yet?”

Tara Sutaria

Back home, Tara posts a throwback picture in a polka dotted bikini during a photoshoot in the Maldives.

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Hina Khan

The the sun in her eyes and sand in her hair, the TV actress sports an orange bikini in a throwback picture from a trip to the Maldives. She recalls happier times stating,: “I need my licence to chill BACCCCKKKKKKK #BeachLove #ThrowBack”. (IANS)


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