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Michael Garcia - July 7, 2016

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The July 4th holiday is one of my favorite days of the year. Not only is it America's birthday and an excuse to stuff our faces with hot dogs, it is also the only major holiday smack dab in the middle of summer. That means that it is also the day all the hotties come out in force in their bikinis. Some of these celebs wore the stars and stripes on their delicious bodies, while others opted for a more traditional look. But what I know is that it fills me with pride in America to see these women showing their patriotism through bikining. We start with Kate Hudson who knows that the stars and bars was first sewn by Betsy Ross to one day grace her taut body. Ariel Winter also took a revealing booty pic in a white bikini on the beach. Rita Ora showed that you don't have to be born in America to celebrate America's birthday through hotness. Emily Ratajkowski celebrated the signing of the Declaration of Independence by showing some underboob. Meanwhile, Hailee Steinfeld is all about that booty. 

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Bella Thorne does what she does in a tank top while Ava Sambora gives good midriff in the ocean. Taylor Swift saluted the U.S.A with those amazing legs in a flag swimsuit and Cara Delevingne paints the British and American flags on her booty. Yes, sir it makes you feel warm in the cockles of your heart.  

 

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