After defending Molly Mae Hague, Maura Higgins flaunts her toned figure in a sheer corset.

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After defending Molly Mae Hague, Maura Higgins flaunts her toned figure in a sheer corset.

Maura Higgins, a Love Island contestant, shared the raunchy photo on Instagram after supporting her friend Molly-Mae Hague following her comments on a recent podcast.

Maura Higgins, who has appeared on Love Island and Dancing on Ice, wowed her Instagram followers after posting a sultry photo shortly after jumping to defend her pal Molly-Mae.

Maura, 31, flaunted her amazing figure in a selfie while wearing a black lace corset and black trousers, with her hair styled in a bouncy blow out and a smoky makeup look.

“May your year be as structured as my corset,” the brunette babe captioned the stunning photo, which she shared with her 3.3 million Instagram followers.

Many adoring fans commented on the Irish beauty’s photo, with one saying, “There she is, looking fire.”

“Wow,” I exclaimed.

“Absolute goddess,” one fan wrote, while another said, “Knockout.”

“Obsessed,” one person wrote.

After appearing on The Diary Of A CEO podcast with Steven Bartlett, Maura recently defended her best friend Molly-Mae.

Molly-Mae, a former Love Island finalist, opened up about her career success on his channel, which now has over 107,000 subscribers.

In recent days, her words of advice have been misinterpreted and criticized across a variety of online platforms.

Molly-Mae has been called insensitive, naive, and tone deaf by Twitter users.

“You’re given one life, and it’s up to you to make the best of it.”

To Dragon’s Den investor Steven Bartlett, the 22-year-old Instagram influencer said, “You can literally go in any direction.”

On Twitter, a fellow Love Island contestant voiced her thoughts on the topic.

“If there’s one thing about me, you’ll never see me brag about things I have, be flashy, or flaunt my earnings,” Shaughna Phillips wrote.

“I’m well aware that I’ve had an absolute touch in life, and it hasn’t come from a lack of effort.”

What I’m doing now isn’t hard work, and I’ll never forget that.”

“Molly Mae is young, who’s had a lot of success quickly, and not a lot of “life,” so I can understand why she holds those views,” the 27-year-old added on Twitter.

“When we’re younger, we all say things and later think, “Well, that was stupid,” lol.

I don’t want to be in her shadow; I’d rather be in her bubble.”

“Surely you know as someone in this industry how lonely and scary it is,” Molly’s best friend Maura, who was in the villa at the same time as her, said in response to Shaughna’s comments: “Surely you know as someone in this industry how lonely and scary it is.”

The news is summarized on Brinkwire.

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