Emily Ratajkowski Flaunts Crazy Abs at GQ Awards - See Her Daring Look
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At the 2018 GQ Australia's Men of the Year Awards in Sydney, Emrata was honored with the title of International Woman of the Year.

AceShowbiz - Emily Ratajkowski is extremely proud of her physic and honestly, she has every right to be. The bikini queen stole the show at the 2018 GQ Australia's Men of the Year Awards at Sydney's The Star on Wednesday, November 14 as she showed off her insane abs in a sexy cutout ensemble.

The 27-year-old stunner opted to look a little bit hippy in a Paco Rabanne outfit from its Spring 2019 collection. The number was made of a checked cardigan with turtleneck line featuring a high cutout which bared her toned tummy. She completed her seductive look with a multi-patterned metallic skirt.

As for her makeup, The "Gone Girl" actress chose nude blush-on in addition to a cat eye and mauve-colored lip.

Emily Ratajkowski at the 2018 GQ Australia's Men of the Year Awards

The DKNY model shows off her crazy abs while gracing the red carpet at at the 2018 GQ Australia's Men of the Year Awards.

The "Blurred Lines" babe graced the red carpet solo for the event, at which she would be honored with the award for International Woman of the Year. But she did pose for some photos with model pal Jordan Barrett. The latter served look in a silk two-piece grey jacket and pants. Emily's husband Sebastian Bear-McClard was nowhere in sight at the ceremony.

Emily, who has a whopping 20.4 million followers on Instagram, said during her acceptance speech that night, "Thank you so much for having me. It’s my first time in Australia, and I have to say that after my first few hours you have quite an amazing community."

"I think Woman of the Year is a pretty crazy title. But what I think about what's important in 2018 for both men and women, it's about defying stereotypes. It's about being multifaceted." she added. "It's about wearing a string bikini on the beach, and at a protest. I don't think that any of us have to limit ourselves into a box, or the perception that anyone tries to force on you. Hopefully men and women across Australia will take that to heart."

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