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Weekday Worldies

It's Wednesday and we all know what that means, lads! Woman Crush Wednesday. Ahh, just what we all need to brighten up our week. Lucky for you, we have compiled a list of some of the hottest girls you should follow on Instagram along with their usernames, so you know exactly where to find them. Enjoy!

@juli.annee

Do you know what? I don't even know her real name, but all you need is this worldie's username. She has an impressive 2.3 million followers and has a penchant for dressing up in rather revealing costumes. Happy scrolling, lads!

@adrienne_koleszar

Prepare to have your dreams fulfilled, lads. Not only is Adrienne Koleszar incredibly hot, she is also a Police Officer! Guilty as charged. The 31-year-old German beauty is also a fitness enthusiast and is not shy to show off her physique to her 107,000 followers. Ja Adrienne, das ist wunderbar!

@iamiskra

Iskra Lawrence is one of the hottest properties on Instagram at the moment. The 'plus-size model' has gone viral since backing an anti-retouching and positive body image campaign. It is hard not to approve of Iskra's natural beauty, and her 1.8 million followers seem to agree.

@carlybaker55

You may recognise Carly Baker from the betting company Coral's adverts. I imagine the bookmaker has seen an increase in use since using the British model as its poster girl. If you want to see the UFC ring-card girl wearing less clothes than you do on the television then you must check out her insta profile.

@alyshanett

If inked women are your thing, then look no further. Alysha Nett has built up quite a following on our favourite platform for looking at women. The American Model is not shy when it comes to posting sexy snaps, and her impressive body art is most certainly eye catching.

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Back to articles Date Posted: Wednesday 4th May 2016 Author: George Crewe