She is known for stripping down to skimpy ensembles.
But Emily Atack went one step further on Sunday when she posed naked in bed, covering her modesty with a thick duvet.
The actress, 33, stared seductively into the camera for the photo, sending her 1.9 million Instagram followers racing.
Wearing a sparkling makeup palette she wore her blonde tresses as she rolled onto the pillow.
It comes after MailOnline revealed Emily had canceled her ITV2 comedy show after three series.
HOT THINGS: Emily Atack posted her temps posing naked in bed for a raunchy photo on social media on Sunday
The former Inbetweeners star launched The Emily Atack Show in November 2020, nearly two years after her runner-up to I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! , and has proven to be a hit with younger audiences.
But the actress decided to shelve the series in favor of her starring role in the new Disney+ villain show Rivals, an adaptation of the steamy 1988 novel by Jilly Cooper.
A TV insider told MailOnline: ‘The show means a lot to Emily, but she felt it was the right time to move on, and there are no plans to do another show.
“It takes a lot of work, dedication and other commitments this year which means it will be difficult to give it all up for another series.
She will always be proud of that as not many female stars get to do their own stand-up comedy show.
Emily Atack’s show combines stand-up with various sketches, including impressions of stars including Holly Willoughby and Gemma Collins.
Her stand-up routines regularly contained anecdotes from her dating and love life, including a time when she allegedly had a threesome with a couple.
Although plans have been made for a fourth series this year, Emily hasn’t ruled out bringing the show back at some point in the future.
Change of scenery: It comes after MailOnline revealed Emily had canceled her ITV2 comedy show after three episodes.
New role: The actress has decided to shelve the series in favor of her starring role in the new Disney+ villain show Rivals, an adaptation of Jilly Cooper’s steamy 1988 novel.
‘Emily’s show Attack has been a huge success so far,’ said a spokesperson for Emily, and Emily is discussing future opportunities around the series, but since Emily is still filming her new Disney+ show, she hasn’t had time to sit down. Down and write a new article or commit to any shooting dates.
She hopes to have time to revisit The Emily Attack Show in 2024.
An ITV source added: “While there are no plans for a new series in 2023, it has been a great show and could feature in upcoming schedules in the future.”
Emily’s steamy new drama Rivals features a stellar cast, including ex-doctor David Tennant, ex-EastEnders star Danny Dyer, Poldark hunk Aidan Turner and Sex Education’s Bella Maclean.
The Shock: Her stand-up routines regularly contained anecdotes from her dating and love life, including a time when she allegedly had a threesome with a couple.
Steamy Stuff: Emily’s new Disney+ drama features a steamy cast, including Doctor Who David Tennant and former EastEnders star Danny Dyer
The I’m A Celeb star plays Sarah Stratton, the new wife of the Deputy Prime Minister, Paul Stratton, played by W1A actor Rufus Jones, who is ambitious and not afraid to use her looks to get to the top.
It is said that Emily will reenact the famous scene in the book where her character strips and plays tennis naked with her lover.
In January, Emily explored the reasons why she is sexually harassed online on a daily basis with her BBC documentary Asking What?
The comedian broke down in tears as she recalled the number of unwanted sexual messages and pictures she receives, explaining that there isn’t a day that goes by where she doesn’t send explicit pictures of male genitalia.
Speaking in the documentary, she said: ‘It’s utter disrespect. That’s the ultimate thing going forward, and I think you can hit it easy and you’re ready for it.
The star explained that the situation worsened for her during the lockdown, and she later visited school girls and teenagers to find out why society had learned to accept this behaviour.