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Sara Sampaio stuns in a tiny sports bra as she grabs a beverage from a West Hollywood juice shop

Sara Sampaio wore an all black look during her Sunday errands run.The 30-year-old Portuguese model was seen in a tiny black sports bra from Alo with matching leggings. The Victoria's Secret angel paired her all black look with a bright pink face mask and black sunglasses.The star was leaving a West Hollywood juice shop that offered a 'bikini cleanse' to help people lose weight and have 'more energy.' The store also hawked a '3 day sugar flush' and '28 day transformation.' Running errands:Sara Sampaio wore an all black look during her Sunday errand run.
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