Love Island’s Maura Higgins poses in a sexy corset after fiercely defending her girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague
LOVE Island’s Maura Higgins sizzled in a sexy corset after fiercely defending her girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague.
The Dancing on Ice star donned her underwear for an Instagram post amid the storm sparked by Molly-Mae’s comments about poverty.
Maura showed off her sensational figure in her tight bodice.
The black and white Gucci number had lace on the top to emphasize its cleavage.
she paired it with elegant fitted black pants.
Maura captioned the photo: “May your year be as structured as my corset.”
Her post comes as she joins in the debate over her best friend Molly-Mae Hague’s comments on poverty.
The millionaire influencer, who rose to prominence in the villa alongside her boyfriend Tommy Fury, was called ‘deaf in tone’ yesterday as she insisted everyone had an equal chance in life to succeed.
Maura slammed Love Islander Shaughna Phillips after slamming Molly-Mae Hague’s comments on poverty.
Shaughna, 27, joined the debate saying, “If there’s one thing about me, you’ll never see me brag about what I have, be flashy or flaunt my income.
“I am VERY aware that I have had absolute contact in life, and it is not due to hard work. What I am doing now is not hard work and it will never be wasted on me.”
Shaughna was challenged for her remarks by Molly-Mae’s girlfriend and former Love Island co-star Maura Higgins.
She tweeted: “You surely know, as a person in this industry, how lonely and scary it can be when the whole internet is slamming you down.
“You’re entitled to your opinion yes, but I’m really surprised you’re commenting on this.” “
However, she insisted that she meant “no shade” insisting, “She’s young and successful, it’s not her fault that she has these opinions.”
She explained, “Molly-Mae is young, very successful very quickly, and not a lot of ‘life.’ So I can understand why she takes that point of view.”
Molly has now been called “deaf in tone” by some after comments on The diary of a CEO podcast last month in which she slammed critics of the past.
The reality TV star, 22, sparked outrage by insisting that “we all have the same 24 hours a day” on a recent podcast, but a statement released today by The Sun in its name indicates that she was simply referring to a quote that inspired her.