Having found fame while working as a glamour model, Katie Price isn’t exactly shy about publicising her body.
But the mother of five’s willingness to bare all reached new heights over the weekend when she filmed herself undergoing a non-surgical “bum lift” procedure and uploaded it to Instagram.
Explaining the contents of the video, the 38-year-old Loose Women panellist said: “Here I am on a Sunday having a bum lift with Shane Cooper.”
After forgetting the name of the machine involved, the bare bottomed star asked the celebrity facialist to confirm the gadget’s title, before excitedly shouting “wow, look at that arse” in reference to her own behind.
The post was followed by a similar clip which shows Katie undergoing the same treatment on her thighs.
Once Shane acknowledged that he was “working on the legs”, the former I’m a Celebrity… contestant playfully asked: “Oh, isn’t he lucky?”
Once the process was complete, Katie shared a photo of her bum with the caption: “So pleased with the first treatment.”
Just a normal day in the life of Katie Price.
We have to say, before Kylie Jenner decided to don a pair of these wedgie jeans, we were a little sceptical.
Before now, when 'mom jeans' came to mind, all we thought about was our mothers coming to collect us at the school gate wearing shapeless, baggy trousers – but their new re-vamp is totally making them cool again.
The re-vamped Levi mom jean is now called the wedgie jean and we're digging them.
They're high-waisted and cinch in your tummy, while also giving your bum a little lift. How perfect.
"The Wedgie is inspired by girls [who] were downsizing a vintage 505 and wearing it very close and almost vacuum-packed to the rear-ends — hence the affectionate and cheeky name," Jonathan Cheung, senior vice president of Levi's Global Design told Mashable.
So, we kinda need a pair. But if you don't have time to head to the shops, you can buy them here.
With celebrities getting bigger bums than ever (thank you, Kim Kardashian), it's now something that every woman wants.
Unfortunately for us, we can't achieve a Beyoncé booty from just sitting on it, so we've rounded up some easy exercises that will get you a fab bum in no time:
1. Hip-Lift Progression
- Lie on your back with arms at your side, your knees bent and your feet on the floor.
- Lift your hips towards the ceiling. Hold for one count, then lower back down.
- Repeat lifts for 60 seconds, squeezing your glutes and hamstrings at the top of the range of motion.
2. Frog Jump (this focuses on the lower part of your bum)
- Stand with your feet should-width apart and feet pointing out.
- Rest your hands by your side and jump, while squeezing your glutes.
- Make sure your finger tips reach the ground.
- Jump for one minute, rest and repeat.
3. Squat Jump
- Stand with your legs shoulder-width apart.
- Sit back to a squat, bringing your fists close to your chin.
- Then jump up while holding the position of your squat.
- Raise your arms up wile jumping.
- Conintue for one minute.
4. Pilé (Brazilian bum lift)
- Stand with your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart and your toes pointing out.
- Bring your arms out straight in front of you and lower into a squat.
- Come back up and repeat. Go as low as you can without letting your knees move past your toes.
- Repeat for one minute.
What if you could tone and sculpt your bum while relaxing and scrolling through Instagram?
Don't believe us? It's true!
SB Skin, a skin care haven in New York is using microcurrent electricity technology to lift, contour, and perfect your whole body, especially your booty.
Shooting an electric shock through your bum sounds a bit scary though, right?
The treatment costs $150 (€130) and lasts up to 50 minutes. You lie on a massage table in your bra and underwear, while the aesthetician of the clinic covers your body in big sticky pads. The pads are used to connect you to the microcurrent machine.
The machine is then turned on and switches gradually to different settings (AKA turning up the electric shocks – ouch).
But many say that they only feel a mild vibration while undergoing to procedure.
The levels of electricity stimulates the muscle, causing it to contract — just like you're doing crunches or squats. Focusing the machine's efforts on your bum is about the equivalent of doing 360 squat. Not too shabby!