Outspoken comedian Nikki Osborne shows off her incredible bikini body – before sharing the uncomfortable secret behind her lean physique
She’s known for her stunning looks and completely unfiltered personality.
And over Christmas, Nikki Osborne decided to slip into a bikini to show off her incredible figure on Instagram.
Posing in the pink two-piece, the 40-year-old comedian flaunted her toned abs and sun-kissed physique.
Pretty in pink! Unfiltered comedian Nikki Osborne decided to slip into a pink bikini to show off her incredible figure over Christmas
But there was an uncomfortable secret behind Nikki’s slim figure: food poisoning.
‘Nothing like Christmas Eve food poisoning to get you into your new kini,’ she captioned the photo.
Nikki added: ‘Whad’a’day! Oh, and you can see the towel rail I broke amidst the chaos.’
The blonde bombshell is no stranger to showing off her body on social media.
She’s sick! There was an uncomfortable secret behind Nikki’s slim figure: food poisoning
Back in July, she stripped down to her underwear, which consisted of a navy Tommy Hilfiger bra and panties, to celebrate her 40th birthday.
‘This is 40,’ she captioned the post, before adding: ‘I’ve already booked in for my first two jabs. Of Botox. If the Hemsworths can get their tits out then so can I.’
Nikki is known for her bawdy sense of humour and has recently caused controversy with her politically incorrect jokes.
She previously outraged Abbie Chatfield, sending the former Bachelor star into a spiral on social media after she made a joke about vaccine mandates.
Looking good! Back in July, she stripped down to her underwear, which consisted of a navy Tommy Hilfiger bra and panties, to celebrate her 40th birthday
It comes after Nikki made a new life for herself in Queensland as a way of escaping the brutal lockdowns which have gripped Victoria.
She told The Courier Mail in September she was relocating her family to the Sunshine State due to Melbourne’s poor ‘quality of life’.
Nikki, who was raised in Queensland and lived in Victoria for 15 years, said life in Victoria under stage-four restrictions was ‘depressing’.
‘It’s really depressing down here. All our friends’ businesses are going bust and all my industry mates can’t work… it’s depressing watching your kids staring at a screen or a wall,’ she said at the time.
Outspoken: Nikki is known for her bawdy sense of humour and has recently caused controversy with her politically incorrect jokes