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Ariel Winter Bares Her Butt in Daisy Dukes During Night Out in L.A.

Ariel Winter
Ariel Winter leaves The Nice Guy club in Los Angeles on July 17, 2016.Splash News

Curve alert! Ariel Winter showed off her butt in a pair of Daisy Duke shorts during a night out in Los Angeles on Saturday, July 16.

The Modern Family star, 18, was spotted with a few male friends at West Hollywood hot spot the Nice Guy, where she looked amazing in a black long-sleeve shirt, denim short shorts (that showcased her toned, tanned legs) and over-the-knee black leather boots.

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Winter finished off the rocker look with a pair of round, mirrored sunglasses and chain-strap bag while carrying a black leather jacket.

Ariel Winter
Ariel Winter leaves the Nice Guy club in Los Angeles on July 17, 2016. Splash News

Earlier this month, the teen actress, who graduated from high school in June and is heading to the University of California, Los Angeles, in the fall, ditched her vibrant red locks for a much darker look. “Back to black,” she captioned an Instagram selfie of her new ’do on July 7.

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As Us Weekly previously reported, Winter has been rocking Daisy Dukes since summer 2016 kicked off. In early June, she wore four different styles of the teeny bottoms four days in a row on the set of Dog Years, her upcoming film with Burt Reynolds.

The body-positive star, who often shows off her voluptuous figure to her 2.2 million Instagram followers, isn’t afraid of hitting back at body-shamers. Earlier this year, she opened up about how she feels her curvaceous frame draws attention away from her acting achievements.

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“Walking down the red carpet and seeing the photos afterward and having every headline be about my cleavage and not about my talent. Not about, ‘Oh, if they liked the dress.’ Not about what I was really there for or anything that I wanted to be put out there,” she said during an interview on Good Morning America in March. “And I thought that was really disappointing that everybody nowadays in the media, what we’re talking about is the way people look. And it’s really hard, because people don’t think that I read comments … And I guess it maybe seems like we don’t have feelings or we’re, like, invincible. But we’re really not.”

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