Love Island’s Zara McDermott sizzles as her assets erupt from tiny corset top

Love Island's Zara McDermott sent fans into meltdown with her latest busty display which showed her boobs completely spilling from a tiny corset style top.

Posing up a storm for the camera, she placed one hand on her head, making it harder for anyone to be distracted from her erupting cleavage.

Proving to be every bit the ultimate siren, the X Factor Celebrity contestant modelled her lilac attire that showcased her killer curves and toned torso in the sultry image.

The eye-popping snap certainly seemed to reel in the attention, with more than 28,000 fans hitting the "like" button to show their appreciation for the songstress.

Fans of the blonde bombshell couldn’t wait to flock to their keyboards to add their comments.

One person said: "OMG beautiful young princess."

Another said: "You’re incredible."

A third added: "With every picture you get better and better."

While a fourth said: "Inspiration."

Zara recently made the headlines after she agreed to bravely speak out about being the victim of revenge porn for the first time in a BBC programme.

Continuing to speak in the emotional documentary, she confessed that she was at her "most vulnerable and raw" and that for the first time she is "confident enough to properly speak out" to share her story.

The 23-year-old took to Instagram to tell fans, friends and family: "Some of you may be aware that I have been a victim of Image Based Sexual Abuse, which is also known as Revenge Porn.

"I am really humbled and honoured to announce that the BBC and I are currently making a documentary to share my story.

"My main aim is to bring awareness to this issue, and be a voice for those who have suffered in silence and to help make a change.

"I am sharing my story and being my most vulnerable, emotional and raw. This has affected my life and me as a person tremendously, and for the first time I’m confident enough to properly speak out and share my story.

"I am nervous to share these intimate details with the world but I hope that it will only make positive change and lessen the blame on us victims."

The documentary is still in the production phase but will air on BBC Three in the next few months.

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