Love Island’s Alexandra Cane does her best impression of Salma Hayek in From Dusk Til Dawn for sexy Halloween snap… (but admits she’s had a helping hand from Photoshop!)
She tore a ligament in her knee earlier this week after falling off a treadmill.
And on Saturday, Alexandra Cane seemed to be missing pre-COVID life, as she shared a photoshopped throwback snap of herself styled to look like Salma Hayek in From Dusk Til Dawn.
The Love Island star, 29, dazzled in a green bikini that showed off her incredible curves and gym honed figure, however she digitally added adornments to the hips and bust to best replicate the star’s look in the 1996 movie.
Halloween costume: Alexandra Cane seemed to be missing pre-Covid life on Saturday, as she shared a photoshopped snap of herself dressed as Salma Hayek in From Dusk Til Dawn
Alexandra edited the snap to show gold bangles on the bikini and a golden necklace around her neck, in order to make herself look like Salma Hayek’s character.
The beauty wore her raven tresses in a loose pony tail, and a light slick of gloss and eyeliner accentuated her good looks.
Explaining the reason behind her look, Alexandra penned: ‘Last year I took this pic with the idea that this Halloween I was going to attend a party dressed as Salma Hayek in “From Dusk til Dawn” but that’s kinda out the window…
‘So here’s a photoshopped version instead. Happy Halloween. (Not to be taken too seriously before the photoshop police jump on my case). Also gonna get back to this weight. Missing my curves a lil!’
Nostalgic: The Love Island star, 29, longingly penned that her plans to where her stunning planned costume on Halloween , ‘but that’s kinda out the window’
Iconic: Alexandra modelled her photoshopped look on Salma Hayek’s snake-dancing stripper vampire in the 1996 American horror film
From Dusk till Dawn is a 1996 American horror film about the criminal underworld, in which Salma Hayek plays a snake-dancing stripper vampire.
The reality star’s latest appearance comes as she took to Instagram on Thursday to reveal her shock ligament injury sustained during a workout, after showing off her crutch in a previous post.
She said: ‘Your girl fell off the treadmill, and I don’t know the extent of the damage, I’ve seen a consultant, we’ve assumed what we think it is.
‘We’ve booked in to go for an MRI scan to see what on earth I’ve done to my knee. I’ve definitely torn a ligament.
How awful: Alexandra tore a ligament in her knee this week after falling off a treadmill
‘As much as I’m anxious right now and could cry, I’m trying to see the positive in the situation as I know there’s a positive outcome to all of this.’
Alexandra also revealed her crutches as she threw herself into baking as she recovered from her injury.
The beauty took to Instagram on Wednesday and uploaded snaps of herself with her crutch which she joked was her ‘third leg’.
Injury: She took to Instagram to reveal her shock injury sustained during a workout, after showing off her crutch in a previous post
Alexandra pulled a mock disappointed face as she held her crutch in the air and wrote ‘Newest recruit’ alongside the snap.
The beauty also recently discussed her recent weight loss on Monday, admitting she used to have an ‘unhealthy relationship’ with alcohol and food.
She said: ‘I experienced years of no purpose, attempting the gym numerous times with money wasted on memberships I never used because I was so scared & didn’t have a clue what I was doing.
Ouch: The beauty took to Instagram on Wednesday and uploaded snaps of herself with her crutch which she joked was her ‘third leg’
‘Last year I hit rock bottom and knew that no one was going to save me but myself.
‘I had an unhealthy relationship with food & alcohol which I was using as coping mechanisms to mask what was really going on underneath.’
Alexandra decided things could not go on as they were, and she decided to return to the gym in a bid to transform both her physical health and mental wellbeing.
Honest: It comes after the beauty discussed her recent weight loss on Monday, admitting she used to have an ‘unhealthy relationship’ with alcohol and food