Married At First Sight's Beck Zemek left some fans shocked after posing topless for an Instagram snap while spruiking Booby Tape's pink clay mask.
Wearing underwear and only the mask covering her breasts, Beck shared two snaps to show the odd beauty item in action.
"Lots of questions about this so here is your answers," she wrote. "No it doesn't remove my tan, be sure to wash off with warm water."
The reality star added, "It hydrates them and makes my skin firm," and continued, saying her breasts are real and asked those who keep questioning her to "get over it".
One follower slammed the 27-year-old, writing, "Not much to the imagination," to which Beck responded, "It's a body and guess what... we all have one."
Another follower responded, "And? She can do what she wants."
One joked, "We have all seen more boob on Insta than poor Jake ever did," referencing Beck's TV 'husband'.
However, many others praised her, with one writing, "Love how comfortable you are in your body."
"You are a natural beauty," someone else wrote.
"Your body is goals!" another wrote.
It comes after Beck revealed to Yahoo Lifestyle the sneaky tactic producers used with the infamous video of her cheating on Jake that was shown in the MAFS finale.
Beck, who went home to Perth in the final stages of the social experiment to take care of her sick dog, claims the video had been deleted, but producers found it and edited it to 'make for better TV'.
"So we can record, whenever we want. I had to record all my moments while I was at home," Beck says, adding she was under strict instructions to stay home and not see anyone outside her immediate family during the visit.
"This video obviously happened, I was aware of it. I did delete it on the phone, but then, you know, they can go through everything anyway."
Beck had been given a phone by producers so that if they needed any footage from her time away they could use it. In the video, Beck is seen with her dog, talking about Jake when another man, who we don't know the identity of, appears behind her and she seemingly leaps up and gives him a number of kisses.
"They did kind of change the footage into a 'shocking' way for it to look and sound like it was more than what it was as well," Beck told us, revealing the total recording went for six minutes.
"If they showed all the footage – like when I even saw it, it wasn't what I'd seen, if you know what I mean," she adds.
"It went for six minutes all up because it was still recording so there's more to it, and everyone would have seen the truth and the story within that, but that doesn't make for good TV right?
"So, yeah, there was far less of it shown and edited so it's shorter and, I guess, with some sound effects it allowed it to be more than what it was."
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