Izabel Goulart steals the show at the Olympics Closing Ceremony

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The Rio Olympics came to sensational close on Sunday evening with a carnival-inspired ceremony, and Brazilian model Izabel Goulart was there to add a serious touch of glamour.

Izabel, 31, wore a stunning jewelled bikini and went full Victoria's Secret with huge pink feathers as she danced her way around the Macarena stadium, accompanied by Samba dancer and street cleaner Renato Sorriso.

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Izabel Goulart stole the show at the Rio Olympics Closing Ceremony

Although she oozed confidence in her figure-flaunting outfit, Izabel confessed to feeling nervous just before the show started.

Sharing one of her Snapchats on Instagram, she wrote: "Finding a way to relieve the anxiety minutes before the show… why not do some squats???"

In another Snap, shared on Vogue's official account, she explained: "Today is a very special moment not only for me but for all nations! I feel honoured to be part of the Olympics Closing Ceremony in my home country."

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Izabel showed off her costume beforehand on Instagram

Izabel has been a constant support to Team Brazil throughout the Games, and wrapped up in a Brazilian flag during their men's soccer final against Germany – which they won 5-4.

Still managing to look effortlessly sexy wearing the flag, Izabel shared a photo on Instagram and wrote: "Go Brazil! I wouldn't miss this match for nothing in the world!"

And, clearly elated after their win, she later added: "Yeahhhh. Olympic Gold medal!! Congratulations to our golden boys! So proud of our team!!" 

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