Love Island's Natalia Zoppa looks completely different as she strips to thong and suspenders for sizzling shoot | The Sun

LOVE Island's Natalia Zoppa has got fans hot under the collar with a new look and a sizzling photoshoot.

The 23-year-old model and OnlyFans star stripped down to a black sheen bra with red floral detailing, paired with matching black thong and suspenders for an Instagram post.

She later cheekily shared it on Stories as well with the caption 'not urs' to further tease titillated fans.

Natalia looks completely different than when she first appeared on our screens nearly three years ago as a bombshell in the 2020 winter Love Island series.

Arriving as part of Casa Amor and secured her place in the villa by coupling up with Luke Mabbott.

She would later couple up with Jamie Clayton, only to be dumped a days later after being voted the least favourite couple by viewers.

Since then, she has been attached to model Hass Saleh, getting together after her time in the villa.

In March this year the couple briefly called time on their romance as Hass struggled with jealously and “got fed up” at England star Jack Grealish being mentioned all the time after he slid into Natalia’s DMs.

However by June they were back together and putting on united fronts at events.

As for her time in the villa, Natalia spoke openly about her time on the show and how producers had a helping hand in the drama between islanders.

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Speaking on Instagram Stories about her time on the show, she said: "I wouldn't say it's scripted at all, but I do think some of the chats are quite forced.

"They would be like, 'Oh, do you want to go and speak to tell him that you like him?' Or, 'Oh, did that not p**s you off? It would p**s me off. Why don't you go and tell him that it's p***ed you off?' That kind of stuff.

"And a lot of the time we would have conversations and they'd tell us to stop the conversation and to talk about something else until they filmed our conversation, because they were filming somebody else's conversation.

"By the time they film your conversation it's just not that… like deep anymore."

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