Strictly’s Motsi Mabuse flaunts her incredible figure in a cream lingerie set as she poses for snap
Motsi Mabuse put on a show-stopping display as she posed up a storm for a lingerie photoshoot.
The Strictly Come Dancing judge, 41, took to Instagram on Monday to share a glimpse at her shoot with Anita and Rosa Faia.
She flaunted her incredible curves in a cream bra and underwear, while wrapping a pink shirt over her arms.
Looking incredible: Motsi Mabuse put on a show-stopping display as she posed up a storm for a lingerie photoshoot
The South African dancer accentuated her striking features with a glamorous palette of eyeshadow and a slick of lipgloss.
Captioning the shot, she wrote: ‘Let’s celebrate!’ and revealed she is a brand ambassador for the company this year.
It comes after last year Motsi revealed her colourful Strictly Come Dancing hairstyles have liberated her after years of living under oppressive Apartheid rule in South Africa.
Celebrate! Captioning the shot, she wrote: ‘Let’s celebrate!’ and revealed she is a brand ambassador for the company this year
The BBC judge, who experienced racism as a young dancer, said she will never forget that treatment and it is something ‘you carry all your life’.
The star admitted that styling her locks on the dancing show is helping her to heal from those past traumas.
She told The Sun: ‘So even things that I’m really loving to celebrate now, which seem so little to other people, like celebrating my own hair — the way my hair grows, what I can do with my hair — it’s something as a child I didn’t see. It was always more like, ‘Hide your hair, get your hair under control’.’
Looks: It comes after she revealed her colourful Strictly Come Dancing hairstyles have liberated her after years of living under oppressive Apartheid rule in South Africa
It’s something as a child I didn’t see’: The star admitted that by styling her locks on the dancing show is helping her to heal from those past traumas
She told the publication the secret to her hairstyles is working with the stylist and playing around with it, which ‘takes the whole day’.
Motsi, who first dreamed of becoming a lawyer before she moved to Germany at 18 to dance.
She married her dance partner Timo Kulczak, 45, but they divorced after 11 years, in 2014.
A year later she found love again with another dancer, Evgenij Voznyuk, 38, and they married in 2017 and share a daughter, who was born the following year.
Incredible: She told the publication the secret to her hair styles is working with the hair dresser and playing around with it which on Saturday’s ‘takes the whole day’
After becoming a mother, Motsi revealed her past traumas began to heal as she was forced more and more out of her comfort zone.
She explained that when she was a child her parents were always in ‘survival mode’ and were never affectionate, which she decided was the opposite of the type of mum she wanted to be.
The loving mum explained how her experience with her parents growing up affected the way she is raising her daughter.
She continued: ‘I am very affectionate with my child but we didn’t have that because, for our parents, in their mind, it was just, ‘keep these kids safe’. All of that affects you later on.
Parents: In 2015 Motis found love again, after her first marriage, with another dancer Evgenij Voznyuk (pictured), 38, and they married in 2017 and welcomed a daughter the following year
‘At dance competitions when it was clearly unfair and your parents are going ‘No, it wasn’t unfair, you have to be better’. Quite early on, our boundaries got taken away from us and I’m learning now to kind of say ‘no’ without having to question myself.’
The dancer found fame in Germany in 2007 while dancing on Let’s Dance and later joined the judging panel in 2011.
She later replaced Darcey Bussell on the Strictly panel in 2019 and at the time had to keep the gig top secret by flying into the country using a fake name.
‘Our boundaries got taken away’: After becoming a mother, Motsi revealed her past traumas began to heal as she was forced out of her comfort zone to be different to her parents