Lauren Goodger flaunts her eye-popping derriere and bronzed glow in a barely-there swimsuit during photoshoot

She was accused of 'victim shaming' Love Island's Rosie Williams after she had her heartbroken at the hands of 'emotionally abusive' Adam Collard. 

But Lauren Goodger put the criticism to one side as she took to her Instagram on Friday with a slew of selfies focused on her eye-popping derriere. 

Offering a behind the scenes glimpse from a photoshoot, the former TOWIE star, 31, sizzled in a barely-there swimsuit which showed off her famous curves.

Bottoms up! Lauren Goodger, 31, sizzled in a barely-there swimsuit which showed off her eye-popping derriere

Bottoms up! Lauren Goodger, 31, sizzled in a barely-there swimsuit which showed off her eye-popping derriere

Posing over her shoulder, Lauren was seen flirtatiously playing with her locks as she shot the camera a sultry glance. 

The high cut of the one-piece accentuated her perky posterior, while also showing off her toned legs which were boosted in wedge heels. 

Lauren sported a glamorous coat of make-up for the snaps, which she captioned:  BTS of my @so.monroe shoot from last week. #womenempoweringwomen #unfiltered #theog #shoot #noedits.'

In her element: Posing over her shoulder, Lauren was seen flirtatiously playing with her locks as she shot the camera a sultry glance

In her element: Posing over her shoulder, Lauren was seen flirtatiously playing with her locks as she shot the camera a sultry glance

This comes after Lauren was been accused of 'victim shaming' after continuing to support 'emotionally abusive' Love Island star Adam Collard. 

Lauren appeared on This Morning on Wednesday, on which she stunned viewers by continuing to back the personal trainer, who has been slammed by fans for his treatment of heartbroken Rosie Williams. 

Having taken to Twitter the previous day to brand the girls in the villa 'psychos', she then backed her opinion once again when she told hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield ‘I don't condone being horrible to girls, but it's a TV show, it's a game.' 

Having her say: This comes after Lauren was accused of 'victim shaming' after continuing to support 'emotionally abusive' Love Island star Adam Collard

Having her say: This comes after Lauren was accused of 'victim shaming' after continuing to support 'emotionally abusive' Love Island star Adam Collard

Lauren was adamant during her outspoken appearance on This Morning that Rosie was 'acting a bit psycho' after watching her love match Adam make moves on new girl Zara McDermott this week. 

Rosie had a tearful heart-to-heart with the villa bad boy during Tuesday's episode of the ITV2 show, only for Adam to smirk at her and push the blame on their failed romance on Rosie. 

Lauren, who appeared on the show with Women's Aid Chief Executive Katie Ghose, told This Morning that she thought the brunette was overreacting after knowing Adam for just ten days.

Supports him:The former TOWIE star appeared on This Morning on Wednesday, on which she stunned viewers by continuing to back the personal trainer (pictured)

Supports him:The former TOWIE star appeared on This Morning on Wednesday, on which she stunned viewers by continuing to back the personal trainer (pictured)

Shocking: Adam has been slammed by fans for his treatment of heartbroken Rosie Williams

Shocking: Adam has been slammed by fans for his treatment of heartbroken Rosie Williams

'They are not in a relationship and I think the girls are acting a bit psycho. I would play the game saying bring more boys in,' the former TOWIE star insisted.

'The reason Adam is jumping ship is because the girls are acting psycho. I can’t believe how Rosie’s acted. She's a young girl she's a solicitor.’

Holly Willoughby however was keen to stress she thought Adam's behaviour was shocking, bringing up Thursday night's task which saw Rosie in tears once again when Adam made a mess of the makeup challenge.  

'Game': Having taken to Twitter the previous day to brand the girls in the villa 'psychos', she then backed her opinion when she told hosts Holly and Phillip 'it's a TV show, it's a game'

'Game': Having taken to Twitter the previous day to brand the girls in the villa 'psychos', she then backed her opinion when she told hosts Holly and Phillip 'it's a TV show, it's a game'

 Lauren told Holly: 'It was meant to be fun but he did something mean. She walked up with a strut it was embarrassing.'

Holly hit back and said she didn’t agree, telling Lauren: 'It’s not OK! What he did wasn’t OK!'

Lauren received some major backlash on Twitter for her views, with one tweeter posting: 'Shocking view from @LaurenGoodger it is not acceptable to behave like that. You are blaming the victim - I am sure you have been in that situation and it’s not her fault. He is inflicting emotional abuse and it’s not right in any level. Do not victim shame! She is not psycho.'

Debate: Lauren appeared on the show with Women's Aid Chief Executive Katie Ghose, who has condemned Adam's behaviour 

Debate: Lauren appeared on the show with Women's Aid Chief Executive Katie Ghose, who has condemned Adam's behaviour 

Opinion: 'They are not in a relationship and I think the girls are acting a bit psycho. I would play the game saying bring more boys in,' the former TOWIE star insisted
Opinion: 'They are not in a relationship and I think the girls are acting a bit psycho. I would play the game saying bring more boys in,' the former TOWIE star insisted

Opinion: 'They are not in a relationship and I think the girls are acting a bit psycho. I would play the game saying bring more boys in,' the former TOWIE star insisted

Speaking out: 'The reason Adam is jumping ship is because the girls are acting psycho. I can’t believe how Rosie’s acted. She's a young girl she's a solicitor' Lauren added 

Speaking out: 'The reason Adam is jumping ship is because the girls are acting psycho. I can’t believe how Rosie’s acted. She's a young girl she's a solicitor' Lauren added 

Another agreed, writing: 'Victim blaming is never okay, and part of the reason domestic violence still exists. Shouldn’t be given air time. Girls girl??? You must be kidding me.' 

'so instead of teaching men to respect women, we need to teach women to be strong? lauren goodger is so stupid #ThisMorning,' added another.

However Lauren did get some support, with one fan tweeting her: 'You were spot on! Anyone who has suffered mental/emotional abuse will know this.'

Talking it out: Women's Aid's Katie Ghose has said that there are 'clear warning signs in Adam's behaviour'

Talking it out: Women's Aid's Katie Ghose has said that there are 'clear warning signs in Adam's behaviour'

'Rosie is not a strong woman she is allowing it. Getting half naked to make him jealous ( her words not mine) shows this. She is a bunny boiler!'

'@LaurenGoodger well done on @thismorning my thoughts completely. Rosie is an awful person and Adam has done nothing wrong she chose to pleasure him knowing it would be made public, no one else has done that'

'I’m actually with @LaurenGoodger don’t blame a clown for acting like a clown, blame yourself for going to the circus. His behaviour is unacceptable but it’s the girls that need to say enough is enough. He’s playing the game. This isn’t real life. #thismorning'  

Adam's family have now hit back at the widespread criticism with a statement uploaded onto the star's social media account, reminding viewers the show was an 'edited reality series' and it 'was nice to see someone doing what they feel is right.' 

Backlash: Lauren received some major backlash on Twitter for her views, with one tweeter posting: 'Shocking view from @LaurenGoodger'

Backlash: Lauren received some major backlash on Twitter for her views, with one tweeter posting: 'Shocking view from @LaurenGoodger'

Accompanying a shirtless snap of Adam at the gym, the caption read: 'Well it’s been an eventful 24 hours.

'I think everyone needs to remember that Love Island is a reality game show and everyone only sees 1 hour of edited footage per night.

'Adam is doing what he feels is right for him and it is nice to see someone doing what they actually feel is right as oppose playing up to the cameras #loveisland,' it was concluded. 

Support: However Lauren did get some support, with one fan tweeting her: 'You were spot on! Anyone who has suffered mental/emotional abuse will know this'

Support: However Lauren did get some support, with one fan tweeting her: 'You were spot on! Anyone who has suffered mental/emotional abuse will know this'


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