JACQUELINE Jossa made fun of herself for sharing a sexy glam snap while lounging about in her PJs in an hilarious TikTok video.
The I’m A Celeb winner, 27, superimposed herself makeup-free in her nightwear with the stunning bralet shot.
And she said: “Do you know what it is? I’m all about self love but the absolute cheek of me to upload that picture while I look like this… it’s criminal, no it is.”
She went a step further in the caption and called herself a catfish.
The actress wrote: “I just had too! #catfish it is criminal but we all do it b****es! Make us feel a bit better 😂🙌🏼.”
Her fans rallied to support both looks, with numerous telling her she looks great either way.
And the funny upload has racked up more than 200,000 likes.
Yesterday Jacqueline wowed fans as she stripped to her underwear and showed off her sizzling figure for her new fake tan range.
The I’m A Celebrity star looked stunning in her latest pic as she wore a brown two-piece.
The bronzed star left her hair falling over her shoulder while keeping her hands at her sides.
Earlier in the day, Jacqueline hit back after being branded a “plus-sized model”.
The ex-EastEnders star denied she was a plus-size model after she received messages from angry fans about the subject.
Jacqueline – who has a clothing line with In The Style – said she considers herself neither “plus-size or a model”.
Speaking on Instagram, she said: “Yesterday I got quite a few DMs of people saying to me, ‘You’re not plus-sized, why do you call yourself plus-sized. I’m much bigger than you, how do you think that makes me feel?’
“Understood. I don’t call myself plus sized. I’m not plus-sized. I’m like size 12.”
She continued: “[An article] said I am embracing my new plus-sized model body or whatever it was. One, I’m not a model. Two, I’m not a plus-sized model. I think they basically took what I said out of context from a story about four months ago.
“So I basically responded to another article about four months ago saying, ‘Oh I keep getting called plus sized. That’s not something I thought I was or something that needed to be addressed’.
She then clarified her position on the phrase – and rejected being labelled it.
The former soap star continued: “I don’t see myself as plus sized, I’m not a plus-sized model.
“But if people want to call me plus-sized, then I’m fully here for it, because there’s nothing wrong with being a slightly larger woman, or slightly smaller, whatever it is.
“People just take things too seriously and people put words into your mouth. I don’t ever call myself a plus-sized model nor do people I know. I’m not a plus sized model, of course I’m not. I’m not a model!”