Big Brother VIP: Imogen Anthony poses topless in a racy new photo


Imogen Anthony is currently making waves on Big Brother VIP. 

But on Tuesday, the blonde stunner was back to doing what she does best as she modelled activewear – and set pulses racing – on social media.

In one photo, Imogen ensured all eyes were on her as she worked her best angles in a simple pair of black tights.  

Pose: Imogen Anthony left little to the imagination as she posed topless on Tuesday - after the Big Brother VIP star revealed her battle with body dysmorphia

Pose: Imogen Anthony left little to the imagination as she posed topless on Tuesday – after the Big Brother VIP star revealed her battle with body dysmorphia

She decided to go topless for the racy picture, but kept her modesty under wraps by adding a black text box to mask her eye-popping cleavage. 

‘Seamlessly insane,’ she captioned the steamy image. 

This post comes after Imogen discussed the iconic catwalk moment that changed her life on Big Brother VIP. 

In 2014, Imogen walked a runway during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in a ‘sandkini’ – a bikini made entirely of sand. 

Changes: This post comes after Imogen discussed the iconic catwalk moment that changed her life on Big Brother VIP

Changes: This post comes after Imogen discussed the iconic catwalk moment that changed her life on Big Brother VIP

The show-stopping attire saw the blonde close the Bondi Bathers presentation at Sydney’s Carriageworks. 

Imogen detailed the experience while standing alongside a photo of her in the sandkini, on Monday’s episode of the reality show. 

‘This was a big deal for me. I was asked to do this two weeks beforehand. I had always done modelling but I just never felt I was good enough,’ she said. 

‘And I thought, I am not not ready to get to that next level. I also suffered from a lot of anxiety, body dysmorphia,’ she continued. 

A look! The model, 30, walked the runway during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week 2014 in a 'sandkini' - a bikini made entirely of sand (pictured)

A look! The model, 30, walked the runway during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week 2014 in a ‘sandkini’ – a bikini made entirely of sand (pictured)

'This was a big deal for me. I was asked to do this two weeks beforehand. I had always done modelling but I just never felt I was good enough,' she said. 'And I thought, I am not not ready to get to that next level. I also suffered from a lot of anxiety, body dysmorphia'

‘This was a big deal for me. I was asked to do this two weeks beforehand. I had always done modelling but I just never felt I was good enough,’ she said. ‘And I thought, I am not not ready to get to that next level. I also suffered from a lot of anxiety, body dysmorphia’ 

‘I worked hard, I trained, I ate protein and rice for two weeks. And they said I was walking down in a sandkini, which was a bikini made of sand, just stuck on with bits of glue and latex. There was nothing on me but sand. 

‘I was so sacred before I did this, I pretty much had a break down. I said there was no way I could do this. I just wasn’t good enough.’ 

However, Imogen says she gathered up her courage and made it onto the catwalk – a process she found exhilarating. 

'I was so sacred before I did this, I pretty much had a break down. I said there was no way I could do this. I just wasn't good enough,' she told her housemates

‘I was so sacred before I did this, I pretty much had a break down. I said there was no way I could do this. I just wasn’t good enough,’ she told her housemates 

Courage: However, Imogen says she gathered up her courage and made it onto the catwalk - a process she found exhilarating

Courage: However, Imogen says she gathered up her courage and made it onto the catwalk – a process she found exhilarating

Wow! 'I walked out and I did the runway, and when I came off, it was the most liberating feeling of my life. Because I just thought I can do anything I can put my mind to. And now look at me, do I have body dysmorphia now?' she added, spinning around to show off her outfit

Wow! ‘I walked out and I did the runway, and when I came off, it was the most liberating feeling of my life. Because I just thought I can do anything I can put my mind to. And now look at me, do I have body dysmorphia now?’ she added, spinning around to show off her outfit

‘I walked out and I did the runway, and when I came off, it was the most liberating feeling of my life. Because I just thought I can do anything I can put my mind to.

‘And now look at me, do I have body dysmorphia now?’ she added, spinning around to show off her outfit. 

‘I had to change myself so much to fit in before. Now I just couldn’t care less if I fit in or not. I just do my own thing,’ Imogen concluded. 

Anyone needing support with eating disorders or body image issues is encouraged to contact:  Butterfly National Helpline on 1800 33 4673 (1800 ED HOPE) 

For urgent confidential support call the Lifeline 24-hour crisis support on: 13 11 14

Kids Helpline: 1800 55 1800

Changes: 'I had to change myself so much to fit in before. Now I just couldn't care less if I fit in or not. I just do my own thing,' Imogen concluded

Changes: ‘I had to change myself so much to fit in before. Now I just couldn’t care less if I fit in or not. I just do my own thing,’ Imogen concluded 

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