Jesy Nelson rocks yellow bikini on sun-soaked Los Angeles holiday

Jesy Nelson rocked a stunning yellow bikini as she posed in a series of holiday snaps shared on Instagram on Friday.

The 30 year old is enjoying some downtime in Los Angeles and looked stunning as she shared a shot of herself in a neon yellow flannel bikini top, with a matching towelled wrap miniskirt complimenting her deep tan.

Alongside the snaps, which see her twirling her brown curly locks as she sips on a can of Diet Coke, Jesy wrote: “TAKE THIS AND HYDRATE B***H.”

She completed her poolside look with a pair of black sunglasses and Perspex heeled sandals.

The former Little Mix star was pictured stepping on top a bright green pool float as she showed off her thigh tattoo.

A second snap showed the singer sat on a white unicorn float as she continued to sip on Coke, showing off a seriously impressive manicure while a large pool could be seen behind her.

Fans were amazed at Jesy’s appearance and left enthusiastic comments as soon as she posted, as one person wrote: “I never knew I was dehydrated until now,” while another said: “Oooooh stunningly prettyyyy girl.”

A fourth fan in the UK added: “It’s literally 4am in the uk & and i’m so glad i’m awake because my eyes just got blessed.”

Jesy’s latest LA photos come after former bandmate Leigh-Anne Pinnock reportedly dissed her on opening night ofLittle Mix’s Confetti Tour at Belfast's SSE Arena.

The 30 year old was said to have swapped out the lyrics of their song Gloves Up, which originally referred to the band as a four-piece, mentioning themselves as “three” instead.

Little Mix became a three-piece group when Jesy quit the band in December 2020 and since then, she and Leigh-Anne have reported been at odds, particularly after Jesy was accused of “blackfishing” in the music video for her first solo single Boyz.

Defending herself against the accusations, Jesy told Vulture at the time: "I'm very aware that I'm a white British woman; I've never said that I wasn't. I love Black culture. I love Black music. That's all I know; it's what I grew up on."

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