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Aitsa! Model who ‘Photoshopped herself in front of the Eiffel Towerleaves almost nothing to the imagination in a VERY revealing dress

Jess Hunt doesn’t need a world-famous landmark to turn heads.

Die Britse model, who went viral this week after she was accused of Photoshopping herself in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, let her body do the talking on Thursday.

She left little to the imagination in a tight black mini dress from fashion label The Kript, which exposed almost all of her midriff and chest.

Aitsa! Jess Hunt, the model who 'Photoshopped herself in front of the Eiffel Tower' earlier this week, left almost nothing to the imagination in a very revealing dress on Thursday

Aitsa! Jess Hunt, the model who ‘Photoshopped herself in front of the Eiffel Tower’ vroeër die week, left almost nothing to the imagination in a very revealing dress on Thursday

The leggy LBD clung to her hips and featured a cross-wrap neck that drew the eye to her bare stomach and underboob.

She accessorised with a Jacquemus handbag, large hoop earrings and several gold rings and bracelets.

The influencer pulled her hair back into a tight bun, drawing attention to her elegant features and immaculately applied makeup.

Dare to bare: She wore a tight black mini dress from fashion label The Kript, which exposed almost all of her midriff and chest

Dare to bare: She wore a tight black mini dress from fashion label The Kript, which exposed almost all of her midriff and chest

Jess also sported a fresh spray tan as she posed in front of a beige wall and snapped selfies on her iPhone.

Her latest Instagram photo shoot comes after her Parisian Photoshop saga proved to be a blessing in disguise.

The press coverage and social media buzz from the alleged gaffe resulted in her debut fashion range with UK retailer EGO flying off the shelves.

All publicity is good publicity! Jess sold out her debut fashion collection in 24 hours following her Eiffel Tower 'editing fail'

All publicity is good publicity! Jess sold out her debut fashion collection in 24 hours following her Eiffel Tower ‘editing fail

Jess launched her first collection with EGO last week and, thanks to the headlines about her alleged photo editing, the range sold out in just 24 ure.

She is now rushing to replenish the stock as demand continues to soar.

It comes after Jess was forced to deny allegations she had Photoshopped herself onto the Pont d’Iéna, the bridge that leads to the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

When contacted for comment by Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday, she stood her ground and insisted the post was genuine.

Cha-ching! The controversy has been a blessing in disguise because her debut fashion range with UK retailer EGO has been flying off the shelves. Op die foto: Jess is an EGO campaign photo

Cha-ching! The controversy has been a blessing in disguise because her debut fashion range with UK retailer EGO has been flying off the shelves. Op die foto: Jess is an EGO campaign photo

Sell-out success: Jess launched her first collection with EGO last week and, thanks to the headlines about her alleged photo editing, the range sold out in just 24 ure

Sell-out success: Jess launched her first collection with EGO last week and, thanks to the headlines about her alleged photo editing, the range sold out in just 24 ure

Paying off: She is now rushing to replenish the stock as demand continues to soar

Paying off: She is now rushing to replenish the stock as demand continues to soar

‘These pictures weren’t Photoshopped; I was genuinely there,’ sy het gese. ‘I even have a video on the Instagram post of me in front of the Eiffel Tower.

In her video, which was uploaded on Monday, Jess appeared to strut down the middle of the busy road as the Eiffel Tower twinkled in the background.

But eagle-eyed sleuths soon noticed several telling clues that suggested she’d actually superimposed her body in front of the scene.








'I was genuinely there': It comes after Jess was forced to deny allegations she had Photoshopped herself onto the Pont d'Iéna, the bridge that leads to the Eiffel Tower in Paris

‘I was genuinely there’: It comes after Jess was forced to deny allegations she had Photoshopped herself onto the Pont d’Iéna, the bridge that leads to the Eiffel Tower in Paris

'Een van my gunstelingstede,’ Jess wrote in her caption, drie flikkerende emoji's by te voeg.

Poking fun at what many believed to be an obvious editing fail, ‘snark’ rekening Celeb Speltoets re-shared Jess’ plaas saam met die byskrif: ‘Virtual tourist.

Celeb Spellcheck’s followers were quick to roast the influencer for her supposed faux pas, met een wat kommentaar lewer: ‘I too travel with Photoshop.

Kyk nader: Jess, who has one million Instagram followers, was accused of Photoshopping herself into the Parisian scene

Backdrop: In her video, which was uploaded on Monday, Jess appeared to strut down the middle of the busy road as the Eiffel Tower twinkled in the background

Kyk nader: Jess, who has one million Instagram followers, was accused of Photoshopping herself into the Parisian scene

Van Parys, met liefde: 'Een van my gunsteling stede,' het sy in haar onderskrif geskryf, drie flikkerende emoji's by te voeg

Van Parys, met liefde: 'Een van my gunstelingstede,’ het sy in haar onderskrif geskryf, drie flikkerende emoji's by te voeg

Others pointed out the so-called embarrassing mistakes in Jess’ Post, met verskeie wat beweer die gebrek aan skaduwees het dit laat lyk asof sy voor 'n groen skerm was.

'Sy het letterlik nêrens skaduwee nie,’ one follower wrote, terwyl 'n ander bygevoeg het: 'Haar voete sweef.’

Ander het opgemerk dat Jess’ liggaam het onnatuurlik skerp voorgekom in die beeldmateriaal en dat haar voete buite verhouding gelyk het in vergelyking met die lyne op die pad.

Brand: Poking fun at what many believed to be an obvious editing fail, Instagram 'snark' account Celeb Spellcheck re-shared Jess' post along with the caption: 'Virtuele toeris'

Brand: Poking fun at what many believed to be an obvious editing fail, Instagram ‘snarkaccount Celeb Spellcheck re-shared Jess’ plaas saam met die byskrif: 'Virtuele toeris’

Gerooster: Celeb Spellcheck's followers were quick to roast the influencer for her supposed faux pas, met een wat kommentaar lewer: 'Ek reis ook met Photoshop'

Gerooster: Celeb Spellcheck’s followers were quick to roast the influencer for her supposed faux pas, met een wat kommentaar lewer: 'Ek reis ook met Photoshop’

Nuwe Zoom agtergrond? Others pointed out the so-called embarrassing mistakes in Jess' post, met verskeie wat beweer die gebrek aan skaduwees het dit laat lyk asof sy voor 'n groen skerm was

Nuwe Zoom agtergrond? Others pointed out the so-called embarrassing mistakes in Jess’ Post, met verskeie wat beweer die gebrek aan skaduwees het dit laat lyk asof sy voor 'n groen skerm was

Sheer daring: Some fans also claimed that Jess' calm demeanour was a dead giveaway, given the risk she could have been hit by a car

Sheer daring: Some fans also claimed that Jesscalm demeanour was a dead giveaway, given the risk she could have been hit by a car

‘The scale of her foot against the lane print [laughing emoji]’, een geskryf het.

Some fans also claimed that Jesscalm demeanour was a dead giveaway, given the risk she could have been hit by a car.

Ironies genoeg, Jess once made headlines after she complained about being embroiled in a ‘catfishing’ skandaal.

Posting to Twitter in 2017, Jess revealed she’d found a glamorous image of herself modelling a green dress had been altered to show someone else’s face on her body.

Reposing the image, Jess wrote: ‘OH MY GOD, that is my body and my house but who’s face is that? Catfish game is getting silly.

Fancy that! Ironies genoeg, Jess het eenkeer opslae gemaak nadat sy gekla het dat sy in 'n "catfishing"-skandaal gewikkel is. Posting to Twitter in 2017, Jess revealed she'd found a glamorous image of herself modelling a green dress had been altered to show someone else's face

Fancy that! Ironies genoeg, Jess once made headlines after she complained about being embroiled in a ‘catfishing’ skandaal. Posting to Twitter in 2017, Jess revealed she’d found a glamorous image of herself modelling a green dress had been altered to show someone else’s face

Ten spyte daarvan dat sy verskrik is dat haar beeld gesteel is, she admired the seamless Photoshopping at work.

Catfishing verwys gewoonlik na die steel van 'n hele beeld, dikwels om aanlyn-afsprake te probeer lok deur voor te gee dat hy iemand is wat 'n persoon dalk fisies aantrekliker ag.

In hierdie geval, wel, dit was net Jessica se lyk wat gebruik is. The model had originally posed in the sparkly green frock five weeks earlier, striding up and down in her kitchen in a video shared to Instagram.

The real image of Jess is shown here

The 'catfish' image with another woman's face superimposed is shown here

Besef die verskil: The real image of Jess is shown on the left; the ‘catfishimage with another woman’s face superimposed is on the right

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