Lauren Goodger was preened from head to toe as she enjoyed a night out with her mates.
The former TOWIE babe was spotted at Faces nightclub in Essex at the weekend with pals Amber Turner, Chloe Meadows and Courtney Green.
And she made sure she was dolled up for the occasion.
The 32-year-old topped up her fake tan and slipped into a sexy outfit before hitting the town.
Lauren appears to have applied a few layers of tan and slicked plenty of lipgloss onto her plumped-up lips for her night out.
She dressed for the occasion in skin-tight leather trousers and a matching strapless top.
She’d debuted her outfit on Instagram earlier that night, and left her fans divided.
One fan told her: “Slay it! “
And another said: “Looking beautiful as ever”
But some weren’t so kind.
One follower told her: “Just so sad seeing what u have done to urself”
And another critic said: “Just watched an old episode of you on towie such an absolute stunner you were, hardly recognisably now”
It comes after Lauren slammed fellow reality stars Chloe Ferry and Charlotte Crosby for having “too much” surgery.
Lauren recently insisted that she hasn’t had much work done and said Chloe and Charlotte have altered their faces too much.
Since finding fame on The Only Way Is Essex in 2010, Lauren has undergone various procedures and operations, most recently some ill-advised jaw fillers.
Despite looking dramatically different from her fresh-faced TOWIE debut, Lauren thinks she still looks like the ‘girl next door’.
Over the years has undergone a nose job, breast enlargement operation and liposuction, as well as regular Botox and lip fillers.
She told Fabulous magazine: “I don’t feel like I’ve had so much done to myself that I don’t still look like the girl next door.”
Speaking about Chloe and Charlotte, she added: “I don’t think it’s attractive, I really don’t. If you’re looking for perfection, you’re fighting for something you’re never ever going to get. You can change something but it’s never enough, so just leave it. But maybe they are told that, so they just go to someone else until they get a yes. Maybe they can’t recognise it themselves.
“It’s too easy to go and get something done now. A hundred per cent. I feel like it shouldn’t be as accessible.”
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