Love Island and Dancing on Ice star Maura Higgins wowed her Instagram followers after uploading a sultry picture soon after jumping to defend her pal Molly-Mae.
31 year old Maura showed off her amazing figure as she took a selfie wearing a black lace corset with black trousers, her hair styled in a bouncy blow out topped with smoky makeup look.
The brunette babe stunned her 3.3 million Instagram followers in the stunning snap, captioned: “May your year be as structured as my corset.”
Many adoring fans left their comments on the Irish beauty’s picture as one follower said: “There she is, looking fire.”
“Wow. Knockout,” left a fan, while another said: “Absolute goddess.”
Another simply wrote: “Obsessed.”
Maura recently defended her best mate Molly-Mae after she recently appeared on The Diary Of A CEO podcast with Steven Bartlett.
His channel has over 107,000 subscribers and former Love Island finalist Molly-Mae opened up about her career success.
Her words of advice have been misconstrued and have been criticised on many online platforms in recent days. Twitter users have called Molly-Mae out for being insensitive, naive and tone deaf.
“You’re given one life and it’s down to you what you do with it. You can literally go in any direction,” said the 22 Instagram influencer to Dragon’s Den investor Steven Bartlett.
A fellow Love Island contestant voiced her opinion about the conversation on Twitter.
Shaughna Phillips wrote: “If there’s one thing about me, you will never see me brag about things I have, or be flashy, or flaunt my earnings."
"I’m very aware I’ve had an absolute touch in life, and it’s not from hard work. What I do now is not hard work and that will never be lost on me."
The 27 year old also tweeted: "Molly Mae is young, who’s had a lot of success really quickly, and not a lot of “life”, so I can understand why she holds those views."
"We all say things when we’re younger and look back and think “well that was stupid” lol. No shade, I wanna live in her bubble."
Molly’s best friend Maura, who was in the villa at the same time as her, spoke out against Shaughna’s comments: "Surely you know as someone in this industry how lonely and scary it can be when the whole internet is slamming you."
"You're entitled to your opinion, yes, but I’m really surprised you are commenting on this at all."
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