A classic combination of naturally sexy and adorably cute, Emily Bloom is a firm favorite with MetArt members, and a highly rated star of our MetArt 50+ Club – girls so popular they’ve been featured at least fifty times during their modeling career. Her sweet face and sensational figure, particularly her beautiful breasts, make a lasting impression.
EMILY BLOOM: accomplished beauty (55 appearances)
Blue-eyed brunette Emily made her debut at the age of 19 on November 7, 2012, in a “Presenting” photoset by Arkisi. To date she has appeared in 49 photosets (including six girl-girl and one three-girl) and six movies. Her most recent appearance was just a few days ago.
Ukrainian sweetheart Emily has worked with ten different artists: Arkisi 12 times, Erik Latika 11, Marlene 6, Leonardo 5, Karl Sirmi 5, Goncharov 5, Fabrice 5, Alex Iskan 3, Rylsky 2, Fenix 1. She has many appearances that are rated over a 9, with her highest rated being “Runajot” and “Dearve,” both by Arkisi, at 9.4.
At the time of writing, Emily is ranked #2 on the model leaderboard, with a rating of 9.16 based on 5,318 ratings, with 401,055 views and 6,283 members following her. She is deservedly popular throughout the MetArt Network, with multiple appearances on SexArt, Erotic Beauty, Errotica Archives, Goddess Nudes, Eternal Desire and Rylsky Art.
So what is it that makes Emily so alluring? Well, her incredible figure is certainly eye-catching, with a tiny waist and big natural breasts, but it’s the naughty expression in her bright blue eyes that really grabs the attention. She has a playful, fresh-faced girl-next-door appeal, with a sweet smile and an air of not-quite-innocent allure. She’s talented, too, an accomplished singer, musician, artist and actress (see her playing piano and singing in “Sarada” by Alex Iskan); she is the epitome of smart sexiness. Still only 24 and actively modeling as well as pursuing her creative dreams, it will be fascinating to see how Emily continues to ‘bloom’ – there’s no doubt she is a sexual force to be reckoned with!
Thanks to our resident statistician and historian, Frank, for his assistance.