Coco Lodge posed in a black lace bra and matching suspenders for a new PrettyLittleThing Valentine’s Day lingerie ad campaign.
Coco Lodge sizzles in a black lace bra and matching suspenders in PrettyLittleThing’s Valentine’s Day lingerie campaign
At the end of the day, when the sun was at its brightest, Coco let in some light by opening the door to her balcony. She waved her glossy brown hair and applied minimal makeup, opting for a light coat of mascara and clear lip gloss.
Coco Lodge’s asymmetric strappy set with its accompanying sexy belt made her look absolutely stunning.
She leaned against the window in a second photo, exposing her toned body, and captioned the picture: “Valentines Day ready!”
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Coco, arriving as a Casa Amor bombshell, caused a stir during her 12-day stay in the villa last summer.
The graphic designer and former shot girl kissed Andrew LePage despite the fact that he was already in a relationship with Tasha Ghouri, prompting Andrew to later tell Tasha that he “licked her t*t, or whatever.”
Coco also claims that she was one of the most trolled contestants ever because of her appearance on the show and the way she was handled by the producers.
Her words were as follows: ‘People actually said it looked like my face was in a house fire and a car crash.
‘Others claimed I was transgender, called me Caitlyn Jenner and insisted I wasn’t born a woman.’
Coco claimed the production team ‘didn’t capture her in the best light’ because they only took two photos of her before she entered the villa.
She had thought the production crew would want the Islanders to look ‘fit,’ especially since she was about to enter Casa Amor, so this was a big surprise.
The star of reality TV continued: ‘They did me dirty and when I saw the photo they used for the first time when I peeked into the producers’ room at the villa, I was like, “What the f**k, it’s horrendous. How dare they?”‘
Coco claims that she was harassed by online trolls who posted hateful comments after the picture of her was selected.
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She claims that if a different photo had been used, she would not have gotten so much hate mail.
Coco continued by explaining that she had been in talks to appear on Channel 4’s Married At First Sight when she was contacted by ITV2’s Love Island scouts via Instagram.
She claims that the producers of MAFS were “fuming” at her decision to audition for Love Island instead of MAFS.
Despite feeling like she “cheated,” Coco decided to send in the same tape after hearing that the MAFS casting person was “obsessed” with it and called it the “best they’d ever seen.”