LOVE Island star Liberty Poole has wowed her fans in a daring cut-out crop top as she headed off on a night out on Thursday.
真人秀明星 – who rose to fame on ITV2 dating show last year – headed out for dinner as she continued her holiday in Tenerife.
Liberty, 23, posed in an eye-popping red top with a matching skirt in a swanky restaurant – as she enjoyed a glass of wine with friends.
The reality TV favourite showed off her assets in the crop-top, which also revealed her toned stomach and tanned skin.
The top was paired with a tight-fitting matching skirt, fitted down to her mid-calf, red high heeled shoes and red lipstick.
Liberty tied her blonde hair back into a neat up do, as she completed her look with large gold hop earrings and a red handbag.
“Come dine with me,” she captioned the post, as her friends and followers flooded the comments section to gush over her look.
It comes as Liberty hit back against trolls by posing in a plunging dress as she glammed up after being verbally abused.
The reality TV star took to her social media last week to reveal she was called “a catfish” and was left in tears by a group of “小伙子们” as she travelled on holiday with a pal.
Taking to her Instagram stories in a video, 她说: “I just wanted to come on and speak about my experience that happened tonight.
“I went to the airport and I literally went with no lashes, no foundation, I was really stripped back and just me.
“I was verbally abused by a group of lads in public, shouting at me, ‘You’ve gone down hill since Love Island, you’re such a catfish’.
“They were going onto the plane and telling members of staff, ‘Have you seen Liberty?’ just because I to the airport stripped back.
“I want people to know that, 社交媒体, you’re going to post your best pictures but you’re not always going to be glam or on top form.
“I’m unfiltered and stripped back and this is me, and I’m not ashamed and I’m not going to be ashamed to be myself.”
She went on to reveal how after the flight a number of women came up to “take photos” before telling her they would “put a filter on her”.