In the clip, Ratajkowski, 31, stitches a TikTok from Pretty Little Liars star Shay Mitchell, 35, who says: “If you identify as bisexual… do you own a green velvet couch?”
Adding her own segment to the original video, the Gone Girl actress and model sits down on a green velvet sofa of her own, offering up a cheeky smile.
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Commenters on the video seemed overjoyed by the ‘Blurred Lines’ star’s apparent coming out announcement, with many suggesting that her bisexuality is a ‘win’ for women.
YouTuber Kennedy Walsh wrote: “HUGE WIN”.
Another user said: “So many celeb women are coming out and I just love it.”
“W for the ladies,” wrote a third.
A fourth added: “EMRATA? AM I DREAMING?”
One person said: “Did I just witness Madonna coming out?
“Good for her.”
@emrata #stitch with @shaymitchell ♬ original sound – Emrata
Ratajkowski has previously spoken about her sexuality but has never explicitly discussed how she identifies.
She once told Allure magazine in 2017: “I found my sexuality and my identity. I found empowerment through that.”
In July, Ratajkowski split from her film-producer husband of four years, Sebastian Bear-McClard, 34.
Ratajkowski and Uncut Gems producer Bear-McClard share a child together, one-year-old Sylvester Apollo Bear, born in March 2021.
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Page Six also reported that she took action to legally end her marriage in a Manhattan Supreme Court on September 8.
A document seen by the outlet noted that the divorce had been contested, meaning there are further issues for the pair to solve before officially finalising the split.
Ratajkowski appeared to make a dig at her estranged husband while taking part in the ‘He’s a 10…’ trend on TikTok recently.
She wrote: “When he thinks he’s a 10 because he pulled you but you like ugly men.”
Ratajkowski also mimed the words to the Digga D and Still Brickin song ‘Pump 101’, which says: “How can I say this in a friendly way?”
She wrote alongside the video: “For legal reasons, this is a joke.”
One person commented on TikTok: “Emily, this is god-tier breakup behaviour.”
Another added: “Emrata, I am loving this era.”
After Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine’s alleged affair with 23-year-old influencer Sumner Stroh hit the headlines, Ratajkowski argued that men who cheat should be held accountable for their actions as opposed to the woman they cheated with.
Ratajkowski explained in a video: “I don’t understand why we continue to blame women for men’s mistakes, especially when you’re talking about 20-something-year-old women dealing with men in positions of power who are twice their age.
“The power dynamic is so skewed, it’s ridiculous. Like, it’s predatory, it’s manipulative, I can’t imagine.”
She added: “If you’re the one in the relationship, you’re the one who’s obligated to be loyal.
“So, the whole ‘other woman, they’re to blame [critique]? That’s bad and it’s literally designed to keep women apart.”
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