Love Island bombshell Maura Higgins left little to the imagination as she stepped out at the world-famous Coachella festival in California before enjoying the live music.
Maura Higgins has gone all out for her first time at Coachella.
The Irish Love Island legend posted a saucy picture on Instagram of herself wearing very little except some strategically placed feathers and vampy thigh-high boots.
Maura’s fiery auburn hair matched her Wild West-inspired outfit as she posed in front of a giant Ferris wheel at the California-based event.
Her millions of fans couldn’t get enough of her racy look as they flocked to the comments section to gush over the star on the post that has since racked up over 265,000 likes
Denise Van Outen just commented with a flame emoji.
While one commented: “You is looking well lush!”
“That’s how Coachella is done!” exclaimed another.
Before a third added: “@maurahiggins unreal and unstoppable definitely next level stunning.”
This year’s lineup of Coachella includes Harry Styles, Megan Thee Stallion and Billie Eilish.
Meanwhile, Maura recently revealed that she had undergone various tests to get to the bottom of an illness that left her bedbound for three days and caused her to lose a stone.
The 31-year-old said that it was due to “severe inflammation” of the bladder.
The Longford native explained that she went in for an ultrasound and the doctor decided to conduct a smear test.
Aware that smear tests often “grosses people out”, Maura didn’t want to go into too much detail but said: “Afterwards I turned around and said to him ‘oh my god that felt a bit like a smear test’ and he said ‘it was’.”
The reality TV star continued: “But this is my point because I know a lot of you message me about the smear test… if anyone ever says to you that a smear test is painful, uncomfortable, anything – they are drama queens.”
Maura assured her followers that her smear tests in the past have never been painful and reflecting on this one, she added: “I didn’t even know I was getting one. It was absolutely fine.”