What a throwback! The Cheeky Girls DROP JAWS in transparent tutus

What a throwback! The Cheeky Girls DROP JAWS in transparent tutus

April 13, 2019

The music duo were always a very sexualised group with their flesh-flashing antics and suggestive tracks, particularly the Cheeky Song.

Despite not releasing new music since 2004, the girls have kept up their dazzling exterior – and they’re still channelling the early noughties vibes.

Providing the ultimate sex appeal with their latest look, Gabriela and Monica Irimia still donned identical outfits.

Stripping down and ditching their top, the girls dazzled in an earth-shattering diamante bra as their cleavage stole the show.

Flaunting their mind-boggling abs, the twins showed off their toned physique as they finished the look with a purple tutu.

The hitmakers added a pair of heels to top off the look before opting for a dolled-up exterior as they oozed glamour.

Pinning their hair back for a half-up, half-down look, the girls flaunted a blue eyeshadow with a dark flick of eyeliner.

Adding a prominent red onto their plump pout, the 36-year-olds topped their glamour with some glitter along their cheek bones.

The Cheeky Girls shot to fame in 2003 after the release of the Cheeky Song which saw them sing “touch my bum, this is life,” and many other suggestive lyrics.

It was only last year the girls revealed they both battled with depression at the height of their fame.

Talking on Loose Women, Monica said: “During the first five years of our career, we enjoyed success and suddenly we found that our life was controlled by the record label.

“We didn’t have free time for ourselves, working 24 hours a day during travelling.”

She added: “I look back on things and I have a lot of memory loss. We were feeding each other mentally, we never had a problem with weight, but it was due to a loss of control.”

The girls explained they hid their condition very well, but have since gained control back.

Although they’re no longer at the height of their fame, the track sold a whopping 1.2m copies worldwide.

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