Mr. Skin can hardly believe they make babes like Julia Kelly. The multiethnic actress and comedian (she counts Spanish, African-American, Japanese, American Indian, French and Irish as all part of her ethnicity) is exotic and exciting to look at with her luscious curves and bodacious booty. Luckily for the world at large, she has no problem showing off her amazing assets. Starting off in a handful of bit parts in TV series like JustKiddingFilms in 2013 and Scorpion in 2014, she moved on to be a correspondent for Not Exactly News in 2015, MTV2’s comedic take on the world around us. Julia kept us on the floor in stitches, and thinking about what was going on underneath all those sexy dresses. More acting parts in TV series followed, with recurring roles as Taylor in Freakish in 2016, Sophie in 2016’s The Deleted, and as Valentina Velez in In The Vault in 2017. In The Deleted, she wears a string bikini—and wears it well, showcasing a biteable round rump, small waist and full cups. She does the same in the Netflix movie The Last Summer (2019), when her character Jordan hits a beach party in a turquoise bikini top bursting at the seams with an outstanding over-fill; Julia’s breasts are so impressive, in fact, that a female friend asks for, and receives, permission to cop a feel—and she gets more than a hearty handful. (Oh to be a glove upon that hand!) The juicy goodness of Julia continues to entice us, with her roles as Lily in Loves Me, Loves Me Not (2019), as Darcy in the 2019 television series Light as a Feather, and as Max in the horror film Reed’s Point.