'Love Island' star Shannon Singh channels Marylin Monroe, but forgets a VITAL piece of clothing
'Love Island' star Shannon Singh flashed her butt in a risqué social media post. The 22-year-old shared a racy picture of her in a floaty floral skirt that flashed her peachy bum on a windy Monday. Apparently, the Marylin Monroe moment happened while Shannon wasn’t wearing underwear.
Shannon rocked the short floral skirt with a solid pair of black cowboy boots along with what appears to be a dainty little drawstring bikini top while she posed in front of her new luxury home. She posted the sun-kissed picture on Instagram with the caption “Sometimes cheeky” and her followers lathered the comment section with fire and heart eyes emoticons. You can check out the NSFW pic here.
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The post has already received over 28,000 likes and a lot of love from her army of loyal fans. Shannon talked about her decision to stop posting saucy content online on the popular ITV reality show. But a few months back the young brunette changed her mind and surprised fans with her presence on the subscription-based site – OnlyFans. After quitting the site for four months Shannon relaunched her OnlyFans account back in October last year.
Shannon returned to OnlyFans in an attempt to “break the stigma” around her profession and the site. The star model has since launched her body-positive campaign called ‘#iloveme’ that attempts to encourage women to take ownership of their bodies. She said, “Before I went into Love Island I made the decision to close my OnlyFans account because I was aware of the stigma around the site”, and explained how reopening her OnlyFans account made her feel empowered and in control of her life and her body.
“I wanted people to get to know the real me instead of making judgments because of my OnlyFans account. I’m aware that there is still a stigma around the site and I want to try and encourage people to stop shaming those creatives using the site, who are taking ownership over their content.” shared Shannon.