Jodie Marsh has whipped fans into a frenzy by sharing a stunning throwback snap online.
The glamour model, who used to date TOWIE star Kirk Norcross, logged into her official Instagram page before showing off the cheeky shot.
Stripping down to a skimpy bikini, the brunette beauty turned up the heat as she posed for a racy mirror shot.
Putting her larger-than-life cleavage centre stage, Jodie barely kept her modesty intact.
Squeezing her chest together, the starlet made sure her enhanced assets were impossible to miss.
Teaming the tasselled bikini top with matching knickers, Jodie flaunted her flat tum and intimate ink above her waistline.
Jodie completed her look by letting her long dip-dyed looks fall freely in a mess ponytail over her shoulder and donning a cowboy hat.
The businesswoman used the shot to promote anti-bloating range to help those suffering with IBS kick off 2021 on a more positive note.
But while the shot was uploaded as a business opportunity, it seems most of her followers were distracted by the flash-flashing shot rather than noticing the deal.
One supporter wrote: "Wow, so hot."
Another added: "That body is fire," alongside a string of fire emojis.
Meanwhile, a third praised: "Total babe. Wow."
Due to Covid restrictions, Jodie was forced to have an inanimate funeral which was live streamed online.
She later shared a clip of the moving eulogy she made during the service.
Speaking about her mum's bond with her boyfriend Billy Collins-Nuttall, Jodie said: "She adored Billy and Billy adored her, they had their own unique bond and I take great comfort from that.
Mostly, though, I take comfort from the fact Mum finally got to see me truly happy and in love. It was all she ever wanted for me and I'm so grateful that she got to know and love Billy.
"I know that she knew Billy would be there for me and take care of me, and I know she knew that Billy is the one I've been waiting all my life for."
The starlet then went to recite a quote about finding inner strength.
Jodie continued: "I want to include this quote a friend gave me recently.
"On the darkest day when I feel inadequate, unloved and unworthy, I remember whose daughter I am and I straighten my crown."