She’s lost a staggering four stone in just over six months.
And Josie Gibson has shown off the full extent of her incredible weight loss in a sexy new shoot.
Posing up a storm in a miniscule black cut-out crop top and matching hotpants, the 27-year-old flaunted her tiny waist and toned limbs in all their glory.
With her long blonde locks scraped back into a high ponytail, the former Big Brother winner’s weight-loss was clear to see thanks to her features standing out from her newly-defined cheekbones.
After shedding the pounds earlier this year, Josie explained she will never go back to her old ways and has vowed to kick her former habit of over-indulgence once and for all.
A shadow of her former self: The 27-year-old reality star has lost an incredible four stone in just six months
She recently said: ‘It’s taken me over six months to lose nearly 4st and I couldn’t be prouder of myself.
‘In fact, from now on you’ll probably be confusing me with Miranda Kerr. Kind of. I’ll honestly never be fat again and looking to the future doesn’t fill me with fear like it used to.’
And the star admitted losing such a vast amount of weight has made her change her entire outlook on life.
Josie added to Now magazine: ‘I spent months at the start of my health kick craving all things sweet and my old diet. But now, hand on heart, I’ll choose a bit of sushi over a lamb doner any day.’
Despite her new attitude to life, the reality star seemed excited at the prospect of a tasty Christmas lunch earlier this week.
Writing on her Twitter page on Christmas morning, she said: ‘Merry Christmas!! The Meat is on!! Just had my first meal of the day!!! Let’s frikkin eat like its 1999!!!! Ye mon!’
Josie is well-known for her yo-yo diet tendencies, having lost the weight and subsequently piled it all back on again numerous times over the past few years.
She previously said: ‘Before I lost weight I was nearly size 20 and my only exercise was partying. I’ve tried all the diets – I did the Cambridge Diet and lasted from the meeting until I got home!
‘They gave me all the bits and pieces but I ate a week’s worth of food on the spot, then stopped for a kebab.’