Tallia Storm wows as she goes braless at star-studded Liam Neeson movie premiere | The Sun
TALIA Storm created quite a stir when she attended the premiere for Liam Neeson's latest movie Marlowe.
The singer, 24, looked every inch old Hollywood glamour in her figure hugging black halter neck dress, which showed off her assets.
With her blonde hair loosely falling around her shoulders, Talia could have easily been mistaken as part of the cast.
While her outfit would be considered as risque to some, the Scottish star, who has generated more than 28 million likes on TikTok, is no stranger to daring outfits.
A few days ago, Talia attended the film premiere of Scream 6 and sent pulses racing when she wore a tie up short leather dress along with a faux fur coat.
She was joined by Married At First Sight UK's April Banbury and Whitney Hughes, along with Love Island star Arabella Chi.
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Speaking about her eye catching outfits, Talia told The Sun: "I am never afraid of making a mistake with my fashion choices."
She added: "What’s the worst that can happen, some sad trolls with too much time messaging me on Twitter? Really – that’s it? "
She went on to say: "It’s all about self-expression – if people don’t want to look at me then hey, scroll down people.”
Talia recently revealed that she has now made enough money on the back of TikTok to afford her luxury lifestyle as she's converted her 28 million likes into cash.
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She said: "It's all just brand deals. I'm not going to say a price but it’s enough for me to rent in London and live this life and to put my music on top."
She added: "So it's phenomenal, I think this is why so many influencers and musicians are all running to TikTok because that is the future. If you want to be an entrepreneur, you’ve got to maximise TikTok.”
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