Emily Atack stuns in low cut leopard print minidress backstage at Celeb Juice

EMILY Atack stunned in a plunging dress as she filmed Celebrity Juice last night.

The Inbetweeners star teamed the short frock with black boots as she strutted across the ITV2 set.

Emily, 32, flicked her hair backstage and wrote over the clip: "So excited for more of this @keithlemon"

The comedian – who is attending the Brits on Tuesday evening – has been wowing her fans on Instagram with sizzling selfies of late.

The beauty rose to fame as Charlotte Hinchcliffe – the love interest of Simon Bird’s Will McKenzie – in award-winning E4 series The Inbetweeners from 2008 to 2010.

She has starred in films such as the remake of Dad's Army opposite Catherine Zeta-Jones and Bill Nighy, and in telly shows Rock And Chips, Little Crackers, The Keith Lemon Sketch Show and The Tracey Ullman Show.

Emily was runner up on I'm A Celebrity 2018, losing out to Harry Redknapp, and since then she has been a woman in demand.

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She was announced as a team captain on Celebrity Juice in September 2020 alongside Laura Whitmore.

The Inbetweeners actress described it as her "dream job".

Emily recently joined celebrities and The Sun to back new laws against trolls.

She said: "I've had every insult thrown at me. "Increasingly the abuse is sexualised. I've had rape threats and men telling me exactly what they're going to do to me in the most brutal and misogynistic ways.

"More needs to be done to stop these vile abusers. They wouldn't get away with saying these things to my face."

Strictly Come Dancing's Claudia Winkleman, 50, Love Island's Zara McDermott, 25, and Sun columnist Piers Morgan, 56, also backed the crackdown.

Piers said: "Vile social media trolls must be properly held accountable for the worst kind of abuse including death threats and threats of violence or harm. This should never be tolerated."

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