Jade Thirlwall went braless as she flaunted her cleavage and bum on social media

Jade Thirlwall posted her most revealing snap yet as she posed for an impromptu photo shoot at her London apartment.

The Little Mix songstress may be known for her killer vocal but in her latest snaps, Jade made sure that everybody paid attention to her sensational figure.

Jade, 27, left her follower picking up their jaws from the floor as she modelled her latest loungewear collection but appeared to forget the top half for one snap.

The South Shields-born babe posed up a storm in her kitchen as she showcased a tattoo just behind her breasts.

Carefully covering her modesty with one arm, Jade wore her caramel locks in a loose ponytail that rested on her inked back.

Another snap saw the No More Sad Songs singer bend over as she placed crockery in her dishwasher – showcasing her bum which was emblazoned with diamontes spelling the word "trash".

Jade offered her best seductive pose as she gazed directly into the camera lens.

Captioning her snap, she wrote: "wow litter everywhere has been awfully quiet since I dropped my TRASH tracksuit with @skinnydiplondon."

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The post which has been liked over 450,000 times was instantly flooded with compliments from her 6.7 million Instagram followers.

"Litter-ally my favourite outfit," exclaimed her boyfriend, ex-Rizzle Kicks star Jordan Stephans.

"Trash never looked so tasty hun," commented one fan.

A second added: "You really left us shook huh," alongside a string of heart-eye emojis.

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"I'm not straight anymore," said a third.

A fourth follower gushed: "You're so stunning."

Despite shooting to fame after winning The X Factor, Jade appeared to take swipe at the show as she discussed Little Mix's own talent show, Little Mix: The Search.

She said: "It's really authentic. We've lived the experience ourselves.

"As mentors, we're hands-on and want to support them during and after the show.

"It's a new way of doing things and we don't follow the stereotypical rules of a talent TV show. We want to really support the acts, and I think that will really resonate with the audience watching."

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