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Kerry Washington is effervescent in perfect sun-filtered selfie

The actress recently returned to social media

Matthew Moore

Kerry Washington has only recently returned to social media, and she's already sending fans wild with her perfect selfies.

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In the sun-filled selfie, Kerry stared fiercely at the camera while standing in a lavish conservatory, with her hair up in a beautiful style.

The Scandal star didn't say a lot in her caption, as she simply wrote: "Found the LIGHT."

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Fans couldn't believe their eyes with Kerry's dreamlike selfie, as one wrote: "The GLOW," and another quickly added: "You are the light, babe."

A third said: "I always wonder what it's like waking up this beautiful."

Some fans were reminded of her character's relationship on Scandal with President Fitzgerald Grant, as one said: "Stunning. 'The light.' Maybe one day I won't think about Olitz when see these words."

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Kerry's selfie drove fans wild

Another added: "Beautiful. Also 'the light' you know how to get us thinking about Olitz."

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Olitz was a term coined by fans of the show to refer to Kerry's character, Olivia, and Fitzgerald Grant as a couple.

Meanwhile, other fans hoped that the actress would "drop her skincare routine".

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Some fans wanted the star's skincare routine

Earlier this year, Kerry celebrated a major milestone, as she marked the 20th anniversary of Save the Last Dance, in which she played the iconic character, Chenille

Posting a still from the film on her Instagram page, she wrote: "OH EM GEE!!!!! Save the Last Dance turns 20 years old today! Playing Chenille changed my life. I read that script and felt like I KNEW her."

She added: "At the time, I also knew the narrative that was being served in culture about who Black teen moms are.

"And I knew that if done right, this was an opportunity to transform some stereotyped thinking and make this young woman REAL. And human. And deserving of love and attention. And I loooooved being a part of this film. This cast. This crew. So many 'slammin' memories!"

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