TOWIE star Gemma Collins sent her fans wild as she showed off her dramatic weight loss in her skimpiest outfit yet, opting for a tiny black crop top.
Gemma, 40, held the camera high above her head as she pulled a peace sign with her left hand while pouting at the camera, clearly having completed a workout.
The blonde bombshell looked up at the lens as she showed off her shrinking stomach in a skimpy black crop top for the steamy workout, showing just how weight she has shed recently.
She paired the top with red leggings as she relaxed back on a pink chair after clearly working hard.
Stripping back her make-up to show off her natural beauty, Gemma looked younger than ever as she let her blonde hair fall around her shoulders in damp waves.
She shared an inspirational message with her fans as she said how she felt motivated to exercise at the start of a new week.
Gemma wrote: "What does a [shark] do on a Monday? Gets up gets biting.
"If any of you are looking for some motivation if I can YOU CAN now I have the rest of the day to get my work done. good luck everyone."
The star then showed off her delicious breakfast after her morning workout, which she proudly said she "smashed".
Gemma proudly showed her fans her meal of eggs, avocado, bacon, tomatoes, spinach and broccoli.
She said on her Story: "I smashed it today guys, so if you are looking for motivation, come and talks to the GC baby."
Gemma's snap comes after she revealed she has had her Botox and fillers removed, deciding she wants to opt for a more natural look.
She admitted she struggled to recognised herself after years of Botox, insisting that all celebrities start to look the same because of it.
Gemma told The Sun: ""I have tried Botox and filler, and I had it all dissolved. I can't stand it.
"I was looking at myself thinking 'I just don't look like me anymore'.
"The young girls of today, all these lips, it's just a bit too much. People think it's the norm now, and it's not. We've got to stay natural. People need to stop messing with their faces!"
- Gemma Collins
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