Love Island’s Demi Jones showcases her toned frame in a colourful halterneck dress as she enjoys night out- after having surgery to remove a potentially cancerous lump
She recently underwent surgery to remove a potentially cancerous lump from her neck.
And Demi Jones continued her recovery as she stepped out in London for a glamorous night out on Saturday.
The Love Island 2020 star, 22, displayed her cleavage and toned legs in a multicoloured halterneck dress as she headed to a rooftop bar in the capital.
Glamour: Demi Jones continued her recovery as she stepped out in London for a glamorous night out on Saturday
The vibrant purple and orange gown was paired with strappy orange sandals and a nude handbag as she walked along.
Her flame red tresses were pulled into a sleek ponytail while a glamorous palette of make-up enhanced Demi’s stunning features.
Demi’s outing comes after she had her ‘potentially cancerous’ neck lump removed earlier this month.
Peachy: The star showed off her pert posterior as she posed up a storm
Radiant: The Love Island 2020 star, 22, displayed her cleavage and toned legs in a multicoloured halterneck dress as she headed to a rooftop bar in the capital
She took to Instagram to share a post-surgery selfie as she explained she was ‘very sleepy’ and that the procedure was ‘painful’.
Demi looked tired in the picture as she sat in her hospital bed in a gown and told fans she would catch up with them soon.
She wrote: ‘I did it – very sleepy and painful, catch up soon.’
Before the procedure the beauty shared another picture as she prepared to head to hospital, writing: ‘Thank you for all your messages. Signing off now. I’ll update you all after my surgery.’
Earlier in April Demi revealed she had found a lump in her neck and had to have it removed as doctors feared it could be cancerous.
Post-surgery: Demi’s outing comes after she had her ‘potentially cancerous’ neck lump removed earlier this month
After the revelation she thanked fans and said she was ‘overwhelmed with support’ and said she had received ‘thousands of kind messages’.
Posting a gorgeous snap of herself sporting a full face of glam and wearing an off-white sweatshirt, the reality star penned: ‘I’m so overwhelmed with support.’
‘I had thousands of kind messages yesterday.’
Signing off her post on a happy note, Demi added: ‘I feel positive today. Thank you.’
A day earlier, Demi emotionally shared the news with her followers on her Instagram Stories after receiving some test results.
Emotional: Demi emotionally revealed in April she had to have the lump removed which doctors fear could be cancerous
Demi wiped away tears as she revealed she would have the lump removed in the next few weeks so that medics could determine whether it is cancerous.
Sat in her car after receiving the results, Demi told fans: ‘I went to get my results today for my lump. And they think it could be cancerous so I have to have it operated on and removed in the next couple of weeks.
‘Nothing is for certain but I’m really worried. I’m sure it’ll be fine. It’s a shock because you don’t think, I was sat there in this waiting room and it was full of old people and I was the only young one there. I thought I’m so young for god’s sake.
‘I know loads of women go through this,I’ll be fine. It might not even be cancer but they’ve got to cut it out to find out. I’m shocked at the moment.
‘I’ll be ok, when I get it removed it’ll be fine.’
Demi then shared a post which encouraged her followers to get any lumps checked if they are worried.
She wrote: ‘Please don’t put off getting lumps checked, if appointments keep getting cancelled then you need to chase it up. I was supposed to have this appointment six months ago.
‘At my scan they said “everything looks fine” and went to send me on my way. I challenged it and asked if they could do more, in which they said ‘oh well we can test the fluid if you want us to?’
‘Thank god I asked as it was the fluid that can be potentially cancerous. Always push!’
News: Sat in her car after receiving the results, Demi told fans: ‘I went to get my results today for my lump’