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Emily Ratajkowski enjoyed steamy spa experiment with Nick Jonas

Published 06/05/2016

Emily Ratajkowski
Emily Ratajkowski

Emily Ratajkowski and Nick Jonas both share mutual fondness for a good steam bath.

Model and actress Emily Ratajkowski and Nick Jonas found themselves getting really steamy on a recent spa outing.

As part of a beauty experiment hosted by U.S. Glamour magazine, the stars were treated to a rejuvenating spa day, and several fun, flirty images of the pair just chilling have been published in a refreshing editorial.

In a joint interview with the publication, Emily and Nick both gushed about their mutual love of being pampered in steam rooms and saunas.

"I'll get in a hot bath with salts, or I go to Korean spas in L.A. for a body scrub and a massage," Emily shared as she was asked about how she decompresses after a busy day. "I’ve dragged my boyfriend (Jeff Magid) to Korean spas, which is hilarious because he goes into a separate area with other naked men. Then you come out together, feel great, and swap stories."

Nick's love for spas runs in his family, as his older brother and former Jonas Brothers bandmate Joe Jonas, 26, is also inclined to occasionally steam away his problems in a hot tub.

"I appreciate a spa day," the currently-single Jealous singer told the publication. "A nice steam-room situation."

The third Jonas Brothers member, eldest sibling Kevin, has always had more pressing beauty concerns and could never be bothered with a good body steam or a long soak, according to Nick.

"There was a time when he used to flatiron his hair," the 23-year-old hitmaker said of his 28-year-old big brother, who is set to become a dad for the second time later this year (16). "I think he’s happy he no longer does that."

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