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Cara Delevingne sets pulses racing as she shows off her taut abs in a sheer cut-out

Cara Delevingne gets pulses rushing as she exhibits her tight abs in a sleek cut-out LBD while leaving the Jimmy Fallon Show in New York.

She is starring along with Orlando Bloom in a new TV series, Carnival Row. The 27-year-old British model showed off her impossibly slim figure in a slinky black dress that flaunted a sexy cut-out design. Cara, who is dating actress Ashley Benson, turned heads in the saucy mini dress which hugged her figure to perfection.

The number plunged the middle and offered a look at her tiny midriff with semi-sheer detailing complete with glittering silver detailing.

Cara Delevingne sets pulses racing as she shows off her taut abs in a sheer cut-out
Cara Delevingne sets pulses racing as she shows off her taut abs in a sheer cut-out

Cara’s dress fell at a thigh-skimming length which put prominence on her toned legs as she strutted along in a pair of towering black and silver pointed high heels.

The catwalk queen’s long locks were slicked into a high ponytail and her features were enhanced with a vampy coat of make-up.

At the event, the star insisted that she hasn’t turned her back on her first love, modeling.
When asked if she’ll return to the catwalk, she told MailOnline: ‘Return? I never left. I do not believe that you have to pick and choose what you do, primarily if you are a creative person.

‘There are many diverse methods to reveal yourself, I don’t think you should stop yourself from doing anything.’

On being asked what it was like to work with Orlando and the cast, she said: ‘The cast made it, and to be honest the crew, everyone on set. The friendship on set, and the enthusiasm and the care for every detail.

‘The crew made this what this is. I know that people can’t see it but they’re there. But Orlando, he’s a gifted actor and it was marvelous to work with someone who had the same passion to make this stand out and be something different.’

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