Euphoria's Sydney Sweeney strips off to a cherry-print bikini for sizzling new shoot | The Sun

EUPHORIA star Sydney Sweeney has wowed fans with yet another sizzling shoot.

US-born TV star Sydney, 25, who is best known for playing teen cheerleader Cassie Howard in the hit coming of age drama, pulled a series of sexy poses alongside a pal.

In the shots, Sydney is wearing a cherry print bikini alongside Francesca Aiello.

The pair are seen modelling Francesca’s bikini range Frankies Bikinis while cosying up in a car together.

Sydney’s fans rushed to comment on the images, with one person writing: “I CANT STOP STARING.”

A second added: “Obsessed with the cherry bikini.”

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While a third said: “Those eyes 😍.”

Previously, the movie star said she does not want to be judged on her looks, which is something she says has happened throughout her life.

She explained that the biggest misconception about her is “I have big boobs, I’m blonde and that’s all I have” — and she is determined to prove that wrong.

From humble beginnings in Spokane, Washington, her family moved to LA and went bankrupt trying to help kickstart her career.

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Sydney, who has also starred in Sky Atlantic series The White Lotus and Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, knows what it is like to have to fight for her place in an industry dominated by “nepo babies”.

And she said she can never take her foot off the pedal when she compares herself to her peers from families with connections or money.

She added: “I might have had to work longer to get through the same door they were able to walk through. But there’s nothing I can't do.”

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