CHLOE Ferry put on a very busty performance as she danced to Drake at home wearing just a tiny black bra and leggings.
The 24-year-old looked happy and smiled broadly for the camera as she jiggled around to the song in the short Instagram video.
The track, titled Life is Good, features rapper Future, and Chloe lip synced the lyrics ‘life is good, you know what I mean?’ before breaking into a huge smile.
Wearing huge sunglasses and her hair in a bun, the Geordie Shore legend showed off her tiny waist and toned legs as she bopped away to the tune.
Her fans quickly rushed to the comments section to heap praise on her.
One wrote: “Such a inspiration to me! You’re stunning 🔥💋”
And another penned: “Despite the fact you always looked stunning. You looks so happy and vibrant now”
While a third agreed, writing: “Yesss Chloe! I see you're truly happy and loving yourself. So good to see 💖💖💖”
The beauty previously revealed that she’s gone from 11 stone seven pounds, to nine stone nine pounds in just 12 months.
She recently opened up about her changing body, revealing two very different photos of herself taken one year apart.
She wrote: "It has taken a lot for me to upload these photos, as you know I'm judged on anything I do.
"A few years ago if anyone had told me where I’d be today I'd have laughed at them. It all started a good few years ago, being put into the spotlight and in the public eye at a very young age.
"Every aspect of my life was commented on – more so than anything else was my appearance.
"I'm a tough person, but waking up every day to comments like: 'You look fat' or 'get a boob job' really start to stick in your head, and it makes you start to think these people are right – I do need a boob job, or I do need to lose weight."
Admitting that she turned to cosmetic operations for a "quick fix", Chloe added: "I wanted a quick fix and turned to surgery thinking all these comments would go over night. This couldn’t have been further from the truth! In fact they increased!
"More fat comments, more about the way I looked. It eventually made me dread posting a photo because of all the trolls out there."
The reality TV favourite then decided to make a "lifestyle choice", switching surgery for the gym and "looking after" her body.
She wrote: "It wasn’t just good for my body, but good for my mind. At this point the negative comments became the driving factor to push me harder.
"Put yourself in my shoes, and imagine opening your Instagram to thousands of comments about being fat. I would not wish this on anyone.
"Now, I’m body confident in my own skin and happy with the way I look, physically and mentally. I’m finally feeling great! If I can do it so can you, and I want to be there to help anyone feeling that they can't."
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