Emily Atack to strip off for naked tennis match in racy scenes on Disney+ show

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    Emily Atack is allegedly gearing up to strip off for raunchy scenes in the new Disney+ drama Rivals.

    The 33-year-old actress, who shot to fame as Charlotte Hinchcliffe in The Inbetweeners, is set to take on the role of Sarah in Rivals – an eight-part adaption of Jilly Cooper's raunchy 1988 novel of the same name.

    And while at the helm of the Sarah role, it has been reported by The Sun that she will appear in the famous scene where her character gets naked on the tennis court.

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    The iconic moment sees Sarah and her lover Rupert, who will be played by hunky Alex Hassell, work up a sweat while playing tennis.

    In the series, Sarah then marries Paul, played by Rufus Jones, who loses interest and leads to Sarah finding affection with a second lover James, played by Oliver Chris.

    Rivals is set in the fictional county of Rutshire in 1986 and follows the cut throat world of independent TV.

    The story depicts the tense rivalry between Rupert Campbell-Black played by Alex Hassell and Lord Tony Baddingham played by Doctor Who icon David Tennant.

    This reports of Emily's racy role and sexy scenes come after she spoke to The Mirror about defying cruel online trolls by vowing to continue to accept sexy roles on the screen.

    Chatting to the paper, she said: "I am cheeky, I am flirty… I still want to play sexy roles.

    "I should be able to do that without the sexual harassment and abuse."

    Not letting the "cyber-flashing" she endures affect her career, Emily is now showing defiance by taking the new Disney+ role, which is said to feature the blonde bombshell in sexy scenes.

    In the same chat with Mirror, Emily, who posed in lad's magazines when she was younger – also said she would also pose in her underwear again despite the cruel trolls.

    Emily recently explored why she was being blamed for the sexual harassment online in the BBC documentary, Asking For It?.

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