Bella Thorne beams while sporting a belly-baring blue top and low-rise jeans in quarantine selfies
Bella Thorne proved she was coping with quarantine just fine while sharing a trio of smiley Instagram photos Tuesday.
The 22-year-old actress grinned as she posed for the camera while sending an optimistic message to her 22.6million followers.
‘It’s sunny out today in la and it’s making my heart happy,’ she wrote in her caption.
Glass half full: Bella Thorne seemed optimistic as she shared a cute quarantine selfie on Wednesday
Even though she was stuck inside, Bella couldn’t resist showing off her signature style.
The former Disney Channel star flashed her flat belly in a ruched off-the-shoulder top she teamed with blue jeans that laced up the front.
Bella’s natural beauty was clear as she leaned into the camera for a close-up, flaunting her freckles. Having fun with things, she added a splash of color on her lips.
Sunny: ‘It’s sunny out today in la and it’s making my heart happy,’ she wrote in her caption
Sweet: Bella’s natural beauty was clear as she leaned into the camera for a close-up, flaunting her freckles
It seems that Bella couldn’t get enough of this outfit, having shared another bit of social media wearing the look last Friday.
But that post came with a special surprise, as the talent shared clips of a new song.
‘This song is so close to my heart it’s very important to really take the lyrics and digest them,’ she captioned the footage of her lip-syncing to her own ballad.
The powerful lyrics describe waking up and reading ‘war crimes’ in the news that ‘cost a million lives.’
Listen up: Bella surprised her 22.6 million Instagram followers with a heartfelt ballad, while urging fans to digest the lyrics on Friday
‘Fight your own d**n battle, if you even dare,’ she says in the seemingly political anthem, before swinging her arms up in the air and dancing.
‘Try to get to know one another, before releasing the bombs,’ the chorus begins, before jabbing the government with the lines that she’s ‘sick and tired of the blaming.’
Her song encouraging others to ‘get to know one another’ comes in the wake of a spike of hate crimes during the coronavirus outbreak against Asian communities and ahead of the US’ presidential election in November.