JACQUELINE Jossa wowed fans as she glams in a black minidress after showing off her weightloss on New Year’s Eve.
The Queen of the Jungle, 27, revealed she lost a stone while appearing on I’m A Celebrity last year.
But she’s wasted no time in putting it to use with a stunning photo on her Instagram.
The star amazed her fans with her black minidress, framed with a hooped belt.
Her hair fell down one side, with the other showcasing her shiny star earring.
Fans flooded the comments to tell her how good she looks, with one person saying: “You look beautiful. Hope you all had happy new year with your beautiful family.”
Another added: “Stunning dunno what it is about this young woman but she is a great example to you girls.”
A third remarked: “WOW such an inspiration.”
The star stunned fans on New Year’s Eve as she showcased her weight loss again.
While celebrating with her family, she wore a form-fitting sequin skirt and a black and white leopard print crop top.
The star has previously gushed about the “jungle diet” the contestants of the ITV reality show are forced to undertake.
“It (the weight loss amount) was the first thing I asked when I came out,” she said.
“I was hoping for more.
“But we ate really well, sometimes there was so much food.”
Earlier this week she revealed that cruel trolls branded her “the new fat Lauren Branning” as she reflected on the 10 year anniversary of her EastEnders casting.
She replaced original actress Madeline Duggan in the role back in 2010 – and Jacqueline said the promotional image BBC bosses used of her sparked a backlash.
Sharing that photo alongside a more recent selfie, Jacqueline reflected on the impact the comments had on her at the age of 17.
She wrote: “10 years ago I landed the BEST job in the world! Loved ever second of it, this picture changed my life.
“I used to hate this picture so much, I got trolled so, so badly: ‘The new fat Lauren Branning’, ‘Why recast and then get someone so much uglier, and what is the hair cut?’
“I admit I really hate the hair cut now, but jeez ppl can be mean, and to a 17 year old girl, words hurt a lot!”