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Love Island’s Demi Jones puts on busty display in peach bodycon dress as she steps out for dinner

Love Island’s Demi Jones puts on busty display in a peach bodycon dress as she steps out for dinner with friends

Demi Jones stunned in a peach bodycon dress as she left MNKY HSE in London‘s Mayfair after enjoying dinner and drinks with friends on Friday night.

The former Love Island star, 23, who rose to fame on the show last year, left little to the imagination as she put on a busty display in the garment.

The television personality showed off her slender pins and impressive tan as she posed up a storm outside the eatery.

Stepping out in style: Love Island’s Demi Jones, 23, stunned in an orange bodycon dress as she left MNKY HSE in London’s Mayfair after enjoying dinner and drinks with friends on Friday

Her form-fitting dress clung to her body in all the right places, highlighting her enviable curves.

The redhead beauty opted for a pair of gold heels which left her toes exposed to the cool evening air to show off her ivory painted nails.

She carried a nude handbag on her shoulder which she tucked under her arm and ensured she gave onlookers a twirl so they got a full view of her outfit.

Making the most of herself: The former Love Island star, 23, who rose to fame on the show last year, left little to the imagination as she put on a busty display in the garment

Making the most of herself: The former Love Island star, 23, who rose to fame on the show last year, left little to the imagination as she put on a busty display in the garment

Fashion forward: The television personality showed off her slender pins and impressive tan as she posed up a storm outside the eatery

Demi ensured she gave onlookers a full view of her outfit by turning around so they could see the behind

Fashion forward: The television personality showed off her slender pins and impressive tan as she posed up a storm outside the eatery

It comes as she said last month that she is ‘staying super positive’ amid her thyroid cancer battle and that she has to be ‘strong and positive-minded’ or she’d ‘make herself depressed’.

The star of the small screen – who has had two surgeries already – revealed she has more treatment coming up in September and will find out if she is cancer-free at the end of the year.

She recently revealed the shock news that she’s been diagnosed with thyroid cancer after previously having a lump removed from her neck.

Owning it: Her peach-coloured dress clung to her body in all the right places, highlighting her enviable curves

Owning it: Her peach-coloured dress clung to her body in all the right places, highlighting her enviable curves

Speaking to Capital XTRA radio when asked how she is staying positive she said: ‘Do you know what, I feel like if I didn’t I would make myself ill – you’ve got to be positive-minded and you’ve got to be strong-minded to get yourself through it otherwise you just wouldn’t.

‘You’d make yourself depressed. So I’m staying super positive and I’ve got some more treatment in September coming up and then hopefully by the end of the year I’ll find out if I’m cancer-free.’

She added: ‘But I’m staying positive. I’ve had my two surgeries, I feel like that’s the worst thing to go through, two surgeries in six weeks, but I’ve bounced back pretty quick and it’s just nice to be out with my friends.’

Brave: Demi said last month that she is 'staying super positive' amid her thyroid cancer battle and that she has to be 'strong and positive-minded' or she'd 'make herself depressed'

Brave: Demi said last month that she is ‘staying super positive’ amid her thyroid cancer battle and that she has to be ‘strong and positive-minded’ or she’d ‘make herself depressed’

Radio presenter Will Njobvu then asked if she had found it difficult to share the news with her fans.

She replied: ‘Oh God, it was hard because I feel like I’m sharing a massive side of me that’s really important.

‘But the impact it’s had – I was literally at a train station two days ago and a woman just comes up to me and goes “Demi, thank you, because if it wasn’t for you I wouldn’t have had my lump checked last week” and just walked past.

‘I was like “wow”. It’s so great I’m having this impact on people which is amazing but it is hard because sometimes when I’m out drinking or I’m out having fun with my girls, people are constantly coming up to me and asking me about it and it can be quite emotionally hard.’

Journey: The star - who has had two surgeries already - has more treatment in September and will find out if she's cancer-free at the end of the year (pictured after 2nd surgery)

Journey: The star – who has had two surgeries already – has more treatment in September and will find out if she’s cancer-free at the end of the year (pictured after 2nd surgery)

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