Too Hot To Handle’s Chloe Veitch puts on a glamorous show in a glitzy red dress as she heads for a night out in Mayfair
She is never shy to make a statement with her classy looks.
And Too Hot To Handle’s Chloe Veitch put on a glamorous show as she headed for a night out in Mayfair on Thursday night.
The reality star, 22, wowed in a glitzy red dress with a plunging neckline and fishtail design.
Stunning: Too Hot To Handle star Chloe Veitch put on a glamorous show as she headed for a night out in Mayfair on Thursday night
The brunette beauty showed a hint of her ample assets in the standout number as she hopped into a taxi to take her around town.
She wore her dark locks in styled curls and opted for a typically glamorous makeup look complete with a sleek red lip.
Chloe looked excited for her night out and beamed as she waved from the seat of her taxi.
Unbelievable: The reality star, 22, wowed in a glitzy red dress with a plunging neckline and fishtail design
Radiant: She wore her dark locks in styled curls and opted for a quintessentially glamorous makeup look complete with a sleek red lip
Chloe appeared on the Netflix dating show Too Hot To Handle, where a string of attractive contestants learned they would win $100,000 if they went four weeks without sexual contact. Each violation took money from the total prize money.
She failed to find love on the show and was one of the winners handing out a final purse of $75,000 after making it to the end of the Mexico-set show without breaking the rules at the villa.
In a subsequent interview with The sunChloe admitted she’d developed a different approach to dating since then, saying, “It was sexual rehab for everyone. I was a serial dater and always had a few guys on the go.
Busty: The brunette beauty showed a hint of her big assets in the standout number as she got into a taxi to take her across town
“I was addicted to Tinder, swiping all day. It was a boost to my confidence. But I never picked the best guys. I’ve been hurt before and put up an emotional barrier.”
She also said, “I haven’t had one-night stands since I left the house. I’ve been on a few dates, but I’m glad I’m single now and feeling stronger… Girls, you don’t need a man to appreciate you, just respect yourself.”
Speaking about the Too Hot To Handle cast – who hailed from the UK, US, Ireland, Canada and Australia – Chloe told the Evening Standard that they kept in touch throughout the months following their taping of the show in the spring. of 2019.
She said, ‘We all FaceTime each other all the time and now [Too Hot To Handle] seen by millions of people, we want to make sure we’re all right. We make sure we call and text people so that everything is in order.”
Happy: Chloe looked excited for her night out and beamed as she waved from the seat of her taxi