Emily Ratajkowski on feminism: ‘I wear what I want, sleep with who I want, and dance how I want’
The model who rose to fame by dancing topless in the controversial Blurred Lines music video opens up to Cosmopolitan about her blossoming movie career, views on feminism and her most famous assets.
The British-born brunette reveals to Cosmopolitan magazine that she initially turned down the role that made her an international star.
Now, with the world at her feet, 23-year-old Ratajkowski has turned her attention to the big screen, with parts in Gone Girl, Entourage, and We Are Your Friends, alongside Zac Efron.
In the interview with Cosmo, the November cover-girl claimed she can wear what she wants, sleep with whom she wants, and dance how she wants, while 'still being a feminist.'
The svelte beauty covers the magazine in a white button-down and jeans,showcasing that famous cleavage.
Speaking of, when questioned about her ample chest, she laughs to the magazine and insists yes, they are real.
Since her rise to fame, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model has routinely been questioned about whether she had breast augmentation surgery.
To address rumours, she posted a picture of herself as a 14-year-old with a well endowed cup-size on her Twitter page.
Ratajkowski was raised in California by her mixed-heritage parents, she also spent every summer of her childhood in Bantry, Co Cork as she has Irish ancestors on both sides of her family.