Big Brother housemate teases Reggie about joining OnlyFans: 'Sexy'
Big Brother two-time winner Reggie Bird has sent fans into a frenzy after sharing some photos of herself in a small bikini.
The 48-year-old star looked sensational as she lapped up the sun, showing off her black bikini with white details and her Byron Bay Brewery beer sitting in her lap.
“Today was a beautiful day here. Needed this vitamin D fix,” she wrote alongside the snaps.
It wasn’t long before fellow housemate Josh Gouds teased that her revealing photos were actually from OnlyFans, a popular adult subscription site.
“Best OnlyFans I follow,” he commented, and Reggie was quick to reply with a set of laughing emojis.
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Reggie’s fans were stunned at how good the star looked for her age, with some saying she looked "stunning" and "sexy".
“Such a gorgeous pic of you Reg,” one fan wrote, while another added that she was “living the dream”.
“What a beautiful day Reggie! Enjoy that nice cold beer. Also, can I just say how beautiful you look,” another wrote.
“You look absolutely beautiful! I like your bikini top,” added another fan.
Reggie slams ‘sympathy vote’ controversy
This comes after Reggie slammed criticism that she only won this year’s season of Big Brother due to the "sympathy vote".
Reggie told Yahoo Lifestyle that she was proud of herself for winning, and was glad she was able to represent people with a disability on reality TV.
The ‘Aussie battler’ has a degenerate eye condition called retinitis pigmentosa, which has left her legally blind. She only has nine degrees of central pinhole vision, and compares it to looking through a straw.
Some viewers tore the star down online, saying she "didn't deserve the win", and that she "played for the sympathy vote from the start".
“I never once played the sympathy card in the house,” she told us.
“I did all the challenges, gave it my all, never ever asked for Big Brother to change anything just because I’m going blind,” she said.
She believes that her disability makes her a stronger person, and she was able to "battle it out" against her able-bodied housemates.
“Going in there, having a disability, it was unbelievable…I’m so proud of myself,” she finished.
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