GEORDIE Shore's Chloe Ferry left little to the imagination today as she stripped down to a tiny bikini during her sun-soaked break to Dubai.
The 25-year-old jetted off to the United Arab Emirates yesterday in time to ring in the New Year.
And Chloe was clearly in the holiday mood as she slipped into a daring two-piece while her pal Bethan Kershaw twerked behind her on her Instagram Stories.
Taking to Instagram, the MTV star showcased her enviable curves first in saucy black lingerie while her friend provocatively danced on a bed to Megan Thee Stallion's hit Body.
After Bethan's impromptu dance, Chloe was sure to set temperatures racing in a PVC bikini which barely protected her modesty.
The reality TV star was sure to command many of her 3.5million followers as she panned her camera down her toned figure and eye-popping cleavage.
Chloe later shared another another video of her sporting a pair of see-through python-print trousers.
The Celebs Go Dating star's choice of trousers accentuated her pert posterior and gave glance to her thong bikini bottoms.
Chloe's latest figure-flaunting posts come after she was accused of a photoshop fail.
The Geordie Shore star stunned in her black sheer underwear as she posed in her bathroom.
Chloe looked to camera as she showed off her incredible physique, completing the look with a gold watch and captioned the pic: "Turns out I was on the good list".
But fans accused the star of photoshopping the picture, pointing out that the line on a tile by her arm appears to be morphed.
One person said: "Be carefull with the photoshop. Such a shobizz person u should know doing it better" [sic.]
Another added: "That tile line is looking a bit wavy…. you should just go easy on the editing….you'll look good regardless".
This isn't the first time fans have accused her of photoshopping her pictures.
Earlier this month, the star posed in the Celebs Go Dating house – and fans pointed out the stairs were morphed.
They also asked her not to edit her photos as she is beautiful without it.
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