Sydney Sweeney certainly lives up to her blonde bombshell reputation.
The 26-year-old American actress – who is featured in the new trailer for Madame Web – proudly put her ample assets on display for a sexy Women’s Health cover photoshoot.
She got cheeky in a clinging green one-piece swimsuit while making a splash in a swimsuit.
The stylish swimwear featured a high cut along the back to showcase her derriere along with a large cutout in the middle of the back.
Going green: Sydney Sweeney proudly put her ample assets on display for a sexy Women’s Health cover photoshoot
Wow factor: The 26-year-old American actress got cheeky in a clinging green one-piece swimsuit while making a splash in a swimsuit
Her signature blonde locks were worn down as she showcased her natural looks with complementary make-up topped off with nude lip.
The steamy images were not the only eyebrow raising part of the cover feature as Sydney talked about her on and off screen chemistry with hunky 35-year-old Anyone But You co-star Glen Powell.
The talented actress – who recently left a flirty comment on his Men’s Health magazine cover – gushed about her Top Gun co-star as she said: ‘Getting to work with Glen, I’ll never forget this one…
‘I hope the audience can actually feel the love and fun we all shared making this film.
‘That’s something I always feel from my favorite rom-coms—the joy and energy shared amongst the cast and crew, and I was lucky enough to experience that on this film.’
The pair first fueled romance speculation while filming rom-com Anyone But You earlier this year in Australia.
Around the same time as the two filmed the movie, Powell split from girlfriend Gigi Paris, further adding to the speculation of a romance between him and Sydney.
The White Lotus star also previously addressed the romance speculation in an interview with Variety in August, sharing that she and Powell are unbothered by it.
‘It’s a rom-com. That’s what people want! Glen and I don’t really care. We have so much fun together, and we respect each other so much; he’s such a hard worker, and I’m a hard worker.’