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Weekday Worldies 20th July

Isn't this hot weather just brilliant? There's an excuse to get the BBQ out, go to the pub, and perhaps most importantly - women are wearing less clothes!

So, with that being the current trend, we thought it'd be good of us to compile our usual list of Weekday Worldies for you to enjoy!

@arikasato

YouTube, TV and social media star Arika Sato has generated a big following with her beauty, fashion and fitness how-to videos and general lifestyle advice. Last year, she was part of BeautyCon LA, which brought together online beauty educators from around the world. With all the planet's contouring experts gathered under one roof, Sato was the hands-down standout.

@sydwilder

With over 30,000 subscribers on her YouTube account, Syd Wilder knows how to get people to pay attention to her. Wilder is also a model who flaunts her girl-next-door looks on Instagram (she has nearly 200,000 followers) and shares her thoughts with her 30,000 Twitter followers.

@jess_impiazzi

Jess Impiazzi has recently been in the news for her relationship with Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen. It's cause for celebration, as we get to see the Londoner's body more often, which is a sight not to be missed!

@gigihadid

Gigi Hadid was named one of the 12 rookies in Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue in 2014 and she hasn't stopped from there. Gigi has taken to acting in and directing videos for artists along the likes of Calvin Harris, Taylor Swift, DNCE, and Zayn, which has made her all the more visible to the public!

@danielleksharp

Danielle Sharp may come from Grimsby, but don't let her unfashionable birthplace fool you. The self-described 'occasional glamour model' tends to keep a fairly low profile, but she did make the FHM 100 Sexiest of 2015 list. She's definitely worth taking a look at!

Image credits: Ronnie Rocket, Tumblr, Peanut Chuck, Daily Mail, Celebuzz, IGN

Back to articles Date Posted: Wednesday 20th July 2016 Author: George Crewe