In the northeastern region of the United States, an unbearable warm period has finally given way to a blissfully chilly autumn cold front. While we embrace the pleasures of fall, “NCIS: Los Angeles” star, Daniela Ruah is showing off her enviable flexibility in her latest Malibu beach pic.
The star captures the post, “October in Malibu,” followed by a bright orange leaf emoji. The beach-backed photo highlights both the graceful talents of the “NCIS: Los Angeles” star as well as the warmth of a sunny California day. Nevertheless, autumn in Malibu appears much different than autumn here in New England.
For our “NCIS: Los Angeles” star, autumn seems to mean photo updates near the water rather than in the water. For this particular shot, Ruah wears tattered jean shorts and a rust-colored cap sleeve tee.
Regardless, the photo, captured by the “NCIS: Los Angeles” star’s sister, received much love from followers and fans.
“[O]mg that’s an amazing photo😍😍,” commented one of Ruah’s followers. Another deemed the actress a goddess, her pose definitely taking on goddess-like attributes. Others shared similar sentiments, both regarding the star’s flexibility as well as the setting of the photo.
“Omg this is AHMAZING,” contributed @hairbyginala.
Perhaps as the weather turns chillier, maybe Ruah will share more unique photos of her ballerina-like poses on Instagram.
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“NCIS: Los Angeles” star Daniela Ruah seems to be spending her free time on the beaches of Malibu this autumn. On the other hand, it appears one of her costars has plans to spend his spare time in other ways.
“NCIS: Los Angeles” actor, Eric Christian Olsen, has pursued a CBS project with influences from NBC hit show, “Chicago Fire.”
Television network CBS, host to the “NCIS” franchise, has recently made announcements regarding their efforts to create a first responder-centric show, to parallel successes across other networks such as NBC‘s “One Chicago” series and Fox‘s “9-1-1.”
As the new show “Rescue: MIA” comes to fruition, Eric Christian Olsen has brought his production talents to the new series. Deadline previously reported Olsen will executively produce the new show via his Cloud Nine Productions.
Additionally, “Rescue: MIA” comes with ties to NBC‘s hit show, “Chicago Fire.” Alongside the “NCIS: Los Angeles” star, James Hanlon, who’s previously directed the CBS hit show as well as episodes of “Chicago Fire,” also plans to have a hand in the new show’s creation.
Overall, it appears CBS‘s new first responder-centric series will remain in good hands, pulling influence from both the set of “NCIS: Los Angeles” as well as experience from “Chicago Fire” personnel.