Emily Atack goes ‘make-up free’ in bed after ditching parties for night in

Emily Atack loves a party, but she was proud to announce she'd snubbed the clubs for her bed this week.

The gorgeous Celebrity Juice star, 32, joked she should be awarded an "OBE" after deciding to snuggle up at home in bed on Friday night (March 5).

Taking to Instagram, Emily shared a string of fresh-faced snaps from the comfort of her home – and she revealed she was already in bed before midnight.

The former Inbetweeners actress appeared to go without make-up in her pretty pics, and she looked absolutely gorgeous as she did so.

The bouncy TV comedian beamed for the camera, showing off her lush blonde locks which were styled in loose, natural curls which fell over her face loosely.

Enjoying her night in, she quipped: "Bath and bed before midnight on Friday. Hand over the OBE"

In another snap, the ITV star also cuddled up to her quilt in bed.

Emily has been showing off her natural hair recently, but she confessed she wasn't sure about her "wild" hair.

She said: "Let hair to dry naturally. Look like a knackered Ferby."

The TV star has also been experimenting with peach locks – after ditching her trademark blonde look.

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Emily recently moved to her own house in London, but she recently admitted she feels scared to live on her alone.

That's because she gets sent sexually abusive messages from eager men on a daily basis – including unwarranted photos of their genitals.

She told the Mirror: "She told the Mirror: "I worked out the other day, before 10am, I'd seen three penises that I hadn't asked to see, three c**k shots that had been sent through.

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"If I'd walked out into the street to get a coffee and three men had flashed me on the way, I'd be in pieces, I'd be traumatised.

"It goes from teenage boys, to middle-aged men, to really old men, old single men that are probably desperately lonely, and older men who are married with children, and they have daughters in their profile pictures."

She added: "They are allowed to do it and I am subjected to it. It does make me feel scared to live on my own.

"People have said things like they know I am home alone or know what colour my cushions are."

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