MAFS star Olivia Frazer shot to fame as the ‘villain’ of season nine but has quickly turned her time in the spotlight into a thriving career. The OnlyFans creator has made $500,000 on the adult subscription-based site in her first four months and is constantly invited to high-profile events such as the Australian premiere of Babylon.
On Thursday, Olivia, who is represented by talent agency RoJo Consulting, was announced as the MAXIM Australia cover girl for February. She looks incredible in the sultry snaps, standing on the cover in a plunging swimsuit.
The metallic gold swimsuit flattered her incredible figure as she held her arms up and stared into the camera. Inside the magazine, she is also pictured wearing a tight white one-piece swimsuit while posing on the beach.
The extremely high-cut swimsuit didn’t leave much to the imagination and the reality TV star kept her makeup light and hair damp.
Olivia teased her “exciting news” by dropping a bombshell on her Instagram stories.
“You guys, something exciting has happened,” she spilled. “I’m a Maxim cover girl now! Thank you @maxim_aus for having me.”
MAXIM Australia urged fans to grab a copy of the February issue with Olivia’s “exclusive” photo shoot, where she touches on being the “bad girl” in MAFS as well as “sex scandals” and “reality TV myths”.
Olivia gushed about the “honour” of working with the magazine, and the comment section was soon flooded with positive comments from her fellow MAFS stars.
“Omg omg omg…you’re deadset gorgeous,” Caroline Schmidt wrote.
“ARE YOU KIDDING,” Tamara Djordjevic added.
“Absolute superstar!” Anthony Cincotta chimed in.
“Get it sis,” Samantha Moitzi commented.
The cover girl touched on how shocked she was to be considered for MAXIM Australia in the feature.
“It’s such a “pinch me” moment. MAXIM itself is so legendary and I’m just honoured to have the opportunity to be included,” she told the magazine.
Olivia has been open about how she would never recommend going on MAFS after her experience, but she did admit to the publication that reality TV is not completely off the table.
When asked if she would consider being The Bachelorette, she replied with a coy “never say never!”.
“I’d think about any [reality TV] opportunity presented to me. Understandably, I’ve been burned before by reality TV, so it would have to be a sweet deal,” she explained.
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