FERNE McCann revealed her incredible body transformation as she posed in underwear after the voice notes scandal.
The former Towie star, 32, showed off her slim frame in a mirror selfie.
Ferne took to Instagram to share the amazing before and after shots.
The reality favourite looked amazing in a rolled up white tank top and black knickers.
It comes hours after the mum-of-one decided to put up her Christmas tree at her Essex home early following a difficult few weeks.
Ferne hit headlines back in September when it was revealed that she was in a bitter feud with pal Sam Faiers once again.
It was later revealed Ferne had bodyshamed the mum-of-three in a “vile” attack” after leaked voice notes appeared online.
The recording, which is said to be Ferne, said that Sam is a “fat c***”, and also described her thighs as “so big”.
Ferne later spoke with authorities in a bid to unmask the person sharing the private conversations on social media.
She also slammed Billie Faiers for giving son the same name as her jailed ex’ in another voice note.
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Most recently the anonymous Instagram account leaked an audio of Ferne lashing out at an acid attack victim.
Ferne’s former partner Arthur Collins is currently serving a 20-year prison term for the attack at a nightclub in London in April 2017.
Ferne issued an apology to victim Sophie Hall earlier this month after a voice note was shared in which she called her “ugly”, causing huge waves of backlash.
In the leaked voice note, Ferne could be heard mocking Sophie for taking part in a pageant, saying: “She is one ugly f***ing c***.”
She issued a lengthy apology following the leak and directly mentioned Sophie in her statement.
The ex-Towie star said: “In particular I want to apologise to Sophie Hall. I do not believe her to be ugly or stupid. She has been brave beyond belief.”
In the statement McCann said that while she did send the voice note, she said it was done ‘out of fear’ and said the messages had been manipulated.
She said: “I am aware that people will have a number of questions about the voice messages being put into the public domain and purportedly sent by me.
“I feel I have no choice but to address these — to the extent that I can as there are restrictions on me.
“Most importantly I want to apologise to all the victims of Arthur Collins’ abhorrent actions in 2017 that they have to relive that night and the pain that followed because this matter is again in the public domain.”
She apologised to Sophie in particular, then went on: “Arthur Collins’ crimes created genuine victims so I am not trying to portray myself as one.
“I am unable to say much because there are important and significant legal proceedings that prevent me from setting the record straight at this stage.
“What I can say is that the voice messages that are being released are manipulated; edited and taken entirely out of context.
“Even so, I will have said things that are untrue and I did not believe – but I did so to protect my family and myself from serious harm and in the face of significant threats.”