Star flaunts G-string in racy ‘naked’ dress at IF premiere

A British star has flaunted her G-string while wearing in a “naked” dress at a recent movie premiere.

Maura Higgins wore a revealing gown while attending the launch of IF, an animation film written and directed by The Office star John Krasinski, at London’s Leicester Square on Tuesday night.

The barely-there dress, which comprised of cut-outs and pink ruffles, was not only tiny in nature but also see-though, showing off the former Love Island UK star’s nude undies.

Photos taken on the purple carpet, a nod to the fictional character named Blue the movie is based on, show Higgins posing up a storm in the flowing statement dress.

Higgins, who appeared on the 2019 series of the popular dating show, teamed her racy outfit with a sleek up-do and chunky gold earrings.

The movie, which reunited Krasinski with his former Office co-star Steve Carell who plays Blue, follows a little girl named Bea and her ability to see people’s imaginary friends – referred to as “IFs” for short – who have been abandoned by the kids they helped.

It features a multitude of famous voices too, including Krasinski’s wife Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Blake Lively, Bradley Cooper, Amy Schumer and George Clooney.

It’s not the first time the star, who is now the social host for Love Island USA, has turned heads in a “naked dress”.

Higgins copped criticism for wearing a “disrespectful” gown the highly-anticipated Tommy Fury fight against YouTuber KSI in October last year.

The eye-popping David Koma dress featured a structured black corset that finished under the bust, with a sheer “illusion” panel adorned with two red poppies across her breasts.

Her daring outfit was finished with a red scarf that flowed down her bare back.

But while many said they were “shocked” at how naked it made Higgins appear, with some claiming they thought she was “topless” at the sporting event, she wasn’t taking it lying down.

Sharing a selfie of herself posing in a mirror wearing the mini-dress she addressed her critics direct.

“One more for the Karens,” she captioned a snap.

Her post did little to quell the backlash, with many stating it wasn’t just the revealing nature of the gown that had riled them up, but the fact its “nipple tassels” were poppy flowers – the symbol of Remembrance Day on November 11.

Leave a Comment