Hannah Elizabeth sizzles in lingerie as she shows off hair transformation
Hannah Elizabeth has debuted a sexy new hairstyle.
The former Love Island star, who featured in the show’s very first series, normally rocks long, blonde locks but her new look couldn’t be more different.
Hannah complemented her brunette barnet with a saucy, skin-coloured lingerie set by Ann Summers.
The sheer set showed off her shapely legs and cleavage effortlessly and her large leg tattoo was also on display.
Though in one shot it appears the reality TV babe airbrushed the inking out.
Hannah simply captioned the picture: “Birthday suit.”
Hannah’s almost half a million fans couldn’t believe their luck.
One called the mum-of-one a “smoking hot goddess” while others said she was “stunning” and “gorgeous” with many cries of “wow”.
It's been six years since the first series of the revamped Love Island hit screens, and fans are eagerly awaiting the launch of the news series at the end of the month.
Hannah, from Liverpool, was in fact the very first contestant to waltz into the villa.
She came second on the show with her then-fiancé Jon Clark after the TOWIE star popped the question to her after a mere five weeks together.
Hannah, a former Playboy model, gave birth to a son called Reggie in 2019. She was also engaged to George Andreetti but the pair later called off their wedding.
In other Love Island news, Wes Nelson, who shot to fame on series four, has revealed that he wants to go back to the famous villa to perform for the latest batch of contestants.
Over the past three years, the former nuclear systems design engineer has been working hard to make it in the music industry and he signed a solo record deal with EMI Records last year.
He is now hoping to follow in the footsteps of Tom Zanetti, Mark Wright, Sean Paul and Craig David by performing for this year's batch of contestants inside the famous villa.
Speaking as he partnered with Dott e-scooters, Wes said: "You could probably get me back in if I was singing. I wouldn't go in as a contestant.
“I'm waiting for that call from the villa. That could be my way back in."
Offering some words of wisdom to the new batch of contestants heading into the villa this month, he said: "I think just you've got to be unapologetically yourself.
People sometimes go in there with a game plan or with an idea of what a Love Island contestant should like but really you should take it for what it is.
"It's a big holiday in a big villa with a lot of girls and lads having a good time.
"Don't overthink it and go in there and enjoy it."
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