I'm a cougar mom over 40 – I've been compared to a famous face and called 'insanely beautiful' when I wear my red dress | The Sun

A COUGAR has dazzled followers in a form-fitting red dress that accentuated her "insanely beautiful" curves.

The mom of four who is in her late 40s proudly shows off her figure on TikTok.

Tara (@tara26000016) has racked up over 800,000 followers and over 8million likes for her cougar content.

In her most recent video, the 49-year-old was asked: "Are you the favorite?"

Wearing a long low-cut red dress with cut-out sections above the hips, Tara said in the caption: "If you don't know…it's probably not you."

In the clip she danced with the text reading: "You know, your mom has a favorite, right?"

Fans praised her looks with one calling her his "favorite Jennifer Love Hewitt look alike."

Another said: "I'd tell you how insanely beautiful you are, but you already knew that."

In a separate video, Tara hit back at trolls who complained about her cougar lifestyle.

"Respectfully, keep your opinions to yourself about my lifestyle," she said.

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Tara added: "I went through hell raising four kids by myself, I wasn't out partying or dating anyone back then.

"So, if you see me acting a little crazy now…No, you didn't."

She said in the caption: "My fault for not choosing wisely."

Tara is also a grandmother which saw haters continue to criticize her and tell her: "Grannies should be grown up enough to know better.

"Be a better example for your grandchildren."

Fans defended Tara with one saying: "If they grow up to be half as beautiful or self-confident as their grandmother, they'll end up thanking her."

Another wrote: "You be you, Queen. Funny how people talk the most s**t behind a phone"

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