EJ Johnson isn't the only looker in Magic Johnson's household!
The NBA legend's daughter, Elisa Johnson, is stunning!
Elisa may have stolen the night on June 29, looking absolutely gorgeous while attending a screening of Disney's "The BFG" in New York. The celeb spawn, who was adopted by Magic and his wife Cookie, rocked a tight blue mini dress with a very deep neckline that showed showed off her cleavage and thin frame. Looking amazing is nothing new for her though.
A look at her Instagram account shows that Elisa, a student at the Fashion Institute of Technology, has some serious fashion sense, just like her well-known older brother. Elisa is certainly no stranger to rocking some high-end designer threads.
Elisa, whose best friend is LL Cool J's daughter Samaria Smith, knows how to work a camera and she's getting a lot more time to show off her good looks and style while starring in her brother's docuseries "EJNYC," which prominently features her.
Like many siblings, the two often clash.
"We're both very dominant, very alpha beings, and we always want to have the last word," he told E! News of their relationship. "Our fights can go pretty deep, but we always apologize to each other and come back with love for one another."
The two even attended the BET Awards last weekend with their mom.
"Family Affair," she captioned image of the three of them.
In pop culture, Elisa is largely overshadowed by her flamboyant brother (trust us, he'll take that as a compliment).
The openly-gay EJ has been the breakout star of "Rich Kids of Beverly Hills" via his lifestyle and fashion.
"I've always been very fashion-forward," he said in a clip from his docuseries. "I've always definitely mixed men's and women's fashion in my life, but I never thought that it would raise so many questions about my own gender. I never really thought it was under investigation."
"I thought about it, for sure,"he said. "I was just like, 'Well, do I want to transition? Is this something that I would do?' But I don't feel incomplete in that way. I don't feel the need to do that."