Love Island stars Jess and Eve Gale made sure all eyes were on them this Halloween as they slipped into see-through catsuits.
The 24-year-old twins, who first found fame on the hit ITV2 show in 2020, embraced the spooky festivities over the weekend and looked nothing short of sensational in doing so. Ditching their bras for the occasion, the blonde bombshells opted for skintight jumpsuits which featured lace all over, exposing their eye-popping curves and black thongs for all to see.
Transforming into cats, the TV duo swept their blonde locks up and placed a pair of black ears on their heads to complete the racy look. They both elevated their height with a pair of nude heels with see-through straps.
Later in the evening, Jess left little to the imagination as she hopped onto a mechanical bull, showing off her peachy behind as it spun her around. The reality star twins documented parts of their night on social media, sharing a selection of videos and snaps with their one million followers.
Jaw-dropping photos of the pair garnered plenty of attention from fans, with one commenting: "How beautiful. The sexiest sisters in the world." A second simply penned: "Unbelievable."
"You are very beautiful," added a third. While another gushed: "Just look at your two," followed by several heart eye emojis. Jess and Eve appeared on the first ever Winter series of Love Island, filmed in South Africa in January 2020.
Earlier this year, the twins spoke exclusively to Daily Star and opened up about the stress their family faced while they were in the villa. The duo revealed that their sister had to take time off work due to the stress of constant trolling whilst running their social media, while their mum was in "tears the whole time".
Discussing the hate they received, Eve said: "I feel like outside that's definitely the hardest part, obviously, in there you are protected and shielded but it's your family who has to suffer the hate. Until you get out, they're the ones who are getting it and they're seeing it all.
"They actually suffered more than we did in the beginning phase with the hate, on Instagram, Twitter, and comments." Jess added: "Especially everyone sees hate and trolling but people don't see the DMs people get, its when people know they can't be seen, they are so crazy.
"They've said 'I hope you burn in a fire or I'll kill you myself'. The DMs I was getting were mad – people don't see the personal DMs, but they are way worse than any comment section."
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