Demi Rose’s curves spill out of skimpy black gown in racy ‘5am’ bathroom clip

Demi Rose turned heads all over again with a saucy bathroom clip, but she could have suffered a serious wardrobe malfunction.

The brunette beauty took to Instagram with a flirtatious clip on Wednesday night (May 4), and she left little to the imagination in a tiny black gown.

Demi's low-cut gown was left wide open on her chest to reveal her enviable assets in front of her 19.4m Instagram followers.

The OnlyFans stunner showed off her glowing skin and famous curves in the selfie video, which had the caption: "5AM…" to suggest she was struggling to sleep.

She accessorised her look with a sparkling tiara on her head and a chic stud earring.

The model styled her trademark red tresses in loose-hanging curls that spilled over her shoulders.

The playful clip showed Demi smiling and mouthing along to Barry White's feel-good hit, I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby (1973).

The famously-romantic song featured in an episode of the US sitcom, Friends, which showed Ross fawn over his cousin, Cassie.

Demi kept in perfect sync to the audio as she mouthed: "Darling, wake up. I can't help it. I can't go to sleep. It was that last kiss. It was so good."

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The star has been jetting around the globe in recent months, with lush visits to to dreamy destinations like the French Alps and St Lucia.

One of her most recent trips saw her touch down in the Colorado Desert in California for her first ever Coachella Festival stint.

She sported an array of daring outfits in the States, but one of her highlights was a a tiny lace corset which highlighted her hourglass curves.

Demi has described her modelling career as a "blessing", after she was bullied at school.

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She told Radio 1 Newsbeat: "I always wanted to get into modelling and when I eventually got there I classed it as a blessing because I grew up being bullied and didn't have many friends at all."

Tragically, both of Demi's parents died just seven months apart in 2019, so going into lockdown after was a "time of reflection".

Demi said: "Having to deal with my parents' house and selling their stuff – it was a really sad place for me.

"I wanted to go and travel but I had three months in London, which was a lot of facing what I had been through and was a time of reflection."

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