Love Island's Coco Lodge flashes her cleavage in a tight black bodysuit | The Sun

LOVE Island's Coco Lodge flaunted her cleavage in a low plunge black bodysuit.

The former reality TV contestant shared a sexy snap wearing a skintight full black faux leather body suit.

Coco, 28, posted the photo on her Instagram stories to her 195k followers.

She completed the look with a pair of thigh high vibrant blue faux leather high-heel boots.

Coco's makeup looked flawless and dewy, and she appeared to be tanned as well.

Her dark brunette hair was styled with plenty of volume and brushed to the side.

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The sultry image is from her most recent photoshoot with Rawedx, a photographer.

She penned: "Shooting day."

The influencer from Surrey made her mark during her 12 days on the hit ITV2 dating show, coupling up with Andrew Le Page before he reunited with Tasha Ghouri. 

Coco – real name Chloe – says she was approached by Love Island scouts on Instagram, but at the time was already in talks to appear on rival dating show Married At First Sight. 

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She eventually chose Love Island, reportedly leaving Channel 4 bosses “fuming”, but admits she used the same audition tape for both.

“I remember the casting person for MAFS was obsessed with my audition tape, they said it was the best they had ever seen," Coco tells us.

“So when Love Island approached I thought, ‘Why make another when this one is so iconic?’ and kind of cheated by sending that one in.”

But Coco claims her big villa entrance was sabotaged when she was told she couldn't wear the one-piece swimsuit she'd chosen – while other bombshells were allowed to.

“I had an orange swimsuit in a certain cut that made me look great but Love Island didn’t let me wear it and told me to wear a bikini instead," she says.

“I was absolutely fine about wearing bikinis, but when I walked in for the first time I wanted to look my best.

“Then it was annoying to see someone else in a swimsuit when I got to the villa.”

A show source told The Sun: “Islanders can always wear what they want and the team would never let any Islander go into the villa feeling uncomfortable.” 

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