LOVE Island's Laura Anderson stripped naked to show off her sunburn after moving to Dubai.
The 31-year-old dropped her towel to reveal some major side-boob on Instagram.
Laura showed off her toned figure as she stripped off for a picture.
She had her blonde hair scraped up in a bun and showed off her natural beauty with barely a scarp of make-up on.
Laura said: "I need the aloe."
She flashed her sun-burn on her shoulder while driving in her car.
She said: "I swear this video doesn't do it justice. Look at how much I have burned myself."
She then sang Alicia Keys "This Girl is on Fire," and used it as a soundtrack for her video post.
When she got indoors she showed off the burn on her legs.
She admitted: "Used the carrot oil didn't I. Don't be influenced by my stupidity."
The Sun revealed Laura was moving back to Dubai for good after being trolled relentlessly in the UK for travelling to Dubai during the pandemic.
The reality TV star, who previously lived in Dubai prior to appearing on the dating show, was at the centre of backlash last year when a host of reality stars flew there despite lockdown restrictions still being in place.
A source said: “Laura has decided it's time to move back to Dubai for good.
“She's had a hard time during lockdown and has felt a bit lonely being away from her friends and sister. She's always seen Dubai as her home really.
“She is planning to take her dog with her and wants to go as soon as possible.”
They continued: “Laura has struggled with being trolled while in the UK and received a lot of backlash when she went on holiday to Dubai during the pandemic.
“She wants to put it all behind her and start again. She's got some business ideas up her sleeve and is planning on making a real go of it.”
Laura always insisted that she travelled to Dubai when the UK had a travel bridge and said she was back at home when the fallout began, but it didn’t stop her getting trolled and even losing jobs.
Speaking about the backlash, she previously told The Sun: “This is the hardest thing I’ve ever had to deal with.
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