Emily Atack showcases curves in skimpy crop top for behind the scenes tour snap

Emily Atack sent temperatures rising all over again when she posed for a sizzling mirror selfie after completing the first show on her latest comedy tour.

The blonde beauty, 31, turned heads backstage wearing a tight all-black outfit that showed off her toned figure and sensational curves.

The comedian and I'm A Celebrity star was sporting a sexy black top which hung over her shoulders and clung to her jaw-dropping body.

The actress flashed her toned tummy in the cropped top and followed suit with a pair of black skintight jeans which highlighted her bombshell behind.

Emily let her long blonde hair flow loosely onto her shoulders as she shot a sultry stare down the lens and leaned playfully in the mirror.

Taking to Instagram with the sultry mirror snap, Emily gave her fans a glimpse into life on the road as she embarked on her latest comedy tour, Emily Atack: Has Left the Group.

The comedian seemed in high spirits after finishing her first 'filthy' show of the tour at the Epsom Playhouse in Epsom, Surrey.

She penned: "First show done. Wow.

"Thank you @epsomplayhouse for letting me load your ears with filth."

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Chatting about her show on BBC's The One Show, Emily revealed that she re-wrote her show after her original tour was re-scheduled.

She said: "It's called Emily Atack Has Left The Group, and originally it was about leaving WhatsApp groups and cancelling plans and all of that but it's got a deeper meaning behind it now.

"It's about kind of finding your identity in a really confusing world that's changing all the time and you know, we're scared of saying the wrong thing, what it means to be a good feminist.

"So yeah, it's a bit deeper. A bit more mature."

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She also admitted that she gets "really nervous" on live television as she's scared of getting cancelled.

She said: "I get really [nervous] on live TV because it's that thing of like going 'don't say anything naughty, don't say anything naughty, don't get cancelled, don't get cancelled'.

"And I'm very naughty so yeah, it's that thing of going… you don't wanna say the wrong thing."

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