Sydney Sweeney Flaunts Toned Midriff, Flexibility in White Crop Top and Jeans

The actress documented a quick stop in Los Angeles for Instagram.
Sydney Sweeney

Sydney Sweeney.

Fresh off the heels of spending time in Australia for a forthcoming project, Sydney Sweeney is back in Los Angeles. The 25-year-old actress shared a snippet demonstrating her flexibility beneath a bright blue sky Monday on Instagram.

In the clip, Sweeney donned a cropped white-and-black graphic baseball T-shirt that read, “Kiss the boys and make them cry.” She paired the tiny top with belted jeans and tennis shoes as she raised her arms above her head and leaned back over the side of a rooftop wall. The Euphoria star stretched backward and kicked up a leg before pulling herself back up, grinning at the camera and moving out of frame.

“pit stop in la la land,” Sweeney wrote in her caption.

“ROOFTOP BABE 🥵,” hairstylist Glen Coco Oropeza gushed in the comments.

“Hot girl summer 🔥,” makeup artist Melissa Hernandez quipped.

Stylist Molly Dickson left her feedback in the form of several red heart-shaped emojis: “❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️.”

Sweeney recently has been abroad in Australia filming an untitled romantic comedy. The project, directed by Will Gluck, also stars Glen Powell, Michelle Hurd and Dermot Mulroney. The White Lotus actress has been sharing behind the scenes content on location with the cast in recent weeks.

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