'NCIS' Star Emily Wickersham's Instagram Bikini Photo Is One of Her Most Popular

Emily Wickersham's new Instagram photo is proving to be quite popular with fans. In fact, it's one of her most-liked pictures she's posted on the social media platform to date. Wickersham portrays Ellie Bishop on NCIS, and hadn't posted since late March, but that image in question has racked up more than 49,000 likes.

The photo, seen below, was shot by photographer and Wickersham's friend Emily Knecht. In the sunny snap, Wickersham poses in a black bikini top as she stands in front of a line of skinny trees. She gazes into the camera as she captions the shot, "searching for a fully vaccinated summer."

The post has 49,559 likes as of press time, just a tad away from the 50,000 milestone. While Wickersham's pictures often get tens of thousands of likes, this one tops all that we saw on her Instagram. While the shot is stunning itself, it might also be because Wickersham has been quiet on the social media platform. Aside from fleeting Story posts, NCIS fans who come across Wickersham's profile will see it first, meaning the likes are meaning to rack up instead of becoming dispersed.

Regardless of the social media metrics of it all, it's a great shot and is far from the first time the 36-year-old star has modeled for Knecht. One such shot is the below picture from January 2020, which shows the Bishop actress posing in a bathtub.

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Wickersham can be seen weekly on NCIS, which airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on CBS and is streamable live on Paramount+, as well as FuboTV. Paramount+ is currently streaming every single episode of NCIS, as well. The recently launched streaming service, which was previously known as CBS All Access, also is the streaming home for two NCIS spinoffs, NCIS: New Orleans (all episodes) and NCIS: Los Angeles (recent episodes).

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