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No more clothes! Zara McDermott ditches bikini for cartoon cover-up in risqué display

The brunette bombshell has been ramping up the sex appeal in recent weeks thanks to her abundance of sizzling selfies.

As she put on a steamy display for her latest, Zara followed the footsteps of her fellow islanders.

Picking up on the cartoon bikini trend, the Love Island babe has turned heads in the sexy snap.

Ditching real swimwear for painted on material, Zara teetered on overexposure as she stunned her followers.

The likes of Ellie Brown and Samira Mighty have favoured the new trend, and Zara definitely seems to enjoy the work.

As she put on the jaw-dropping display, she struggled to keep her assets in place.

Pouring out of the teeny two-piece, her chest plunged to centre stage as all eyes fell on Zara.

Still opting for a full face of makeup, she proved to be the ultimate sexy siren.


CARTOON: Zara ditched her bikini for a cartoon two-piece (Pic: INSTAGRAM / TOBSHUSDON)


BUSTY BABE: Zara always ramps up the sex appeal for her snaps (Pic: INSTAGRAM)

Although Zara’s bikini snaps have been coming to a halt since she returned from holiday, the latest still commanded all the attention.

The babe came back from her time away solo after she split from her man Adam Collard.

Zara and Adam were due to jet off on a romantic holiday together before they called time on their relationship.

Although the pair have split, Adam is still supportive of his ex-girlfriend.


BIKINI BABE: Zara has been showing Adam what he’s missing (Pic: INSTAGRAM)


ALL EYES: All eyes have been on Zara for weeks (Pic: INSTAGRAM)

After rumours emerged surrounding Zara and Olly Murs flirting, Adam gave his ex the seal of approval.

Speaking to FUBAR radio, he said: “I haven’t really seen anything about that but… I mean, I don’t really think anything of it.

“If she was to do that, I wish her all the best.”

Despite their split, the pair are still on good terms – and it’s looking like it could stay that way.


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