LOVE Island's Maura Higgins sizzled in a sexy corset after fiercely defending pal Molly-Mae Hague.
The Dancing on Ice star glammed up in her underwear for an Instagram post amidst the storm over Molly-Mae's comments on poverty.
Maura showed off her sensational figure in her tight bodice.
The black and white Gucci number had lace on the top to highlight her cleavage.
she teamed it with a smart pair of fitted black trousers.
Maura captioned the shot: "May your year be as structured as my corset."
Her post comes as she waded into the debate over best pal Molly-Mae Hague's comments on poverty.
The millionaire influencer, who found fame in the villa alongside boyfriend Tommy Fury, was branded 'tone deaf' yesterday as she insisted everyone had an equal chance in life to achieve success.
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Maura slammed Love Islander Shaughna Phillips after she criticised Molly-Mae Hague's comments about poverty.
Shaughna, 27, joined the debate saying: "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."
Shaughna was challenged over her remarks by Molly-Mae's pal and former Love Island co-star Maura Higgins.
She tweeted: "Surely you know as someone in this industry how lonely and scary it can be when the whole internet is slamming you.
"Your entitled to your opinion yes but I’m really surprised you commenting on this at all."
However, she insisted she meant "no shade" insisting: "She’s young and successful, it’s not her fault she has those views."
She explained: "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."
Molly has now been branded "tone deaf" by some after comments on The Diary Of A CEO podcast last month in which she hit out at past criticism.
The reality star, 22, sparked outrage as she insisted "we all have the same 24 hours in the day" on a recent podcast, but a statement released to The Sun on her behalf today says she was simply referring to a quote that inspired her.
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