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Emily In Paris stars Lily Collins and Ashley Park stun in vibrant dresses

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LILY Collins ruffles things up with co-star Ashley Park. They gave locals a real Eiffel in vibrant, pink dresses as they promoted Netflix hit Emily In Paris.

Brit star Lily, 32, became close pals with the American, 30, while filming. The show follows American marketing executive Emily Cooper, played by Collins, as she lands her dream job in the French capital.

It comes after Lily said the show was exactly what everyone needed during lockdown. The 32-year-old said: “We had no way of knowing the show would come out at a time when the world needed to be reminded of what fun felt like, and how important it is to smile, giggle and to share together. “There’s an escapism to the show that goes beyond the fact it is based in Paris. "All of those.

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