Demi Rose 100% knew how to grab her 13.7 million Instagram followers on Wednesday. The British model and social media sensation posted a smoldering shot from her quarantine location in London, U.K. – the 25-year-old has been making headlines for updating fans due the coronavirus pandemic.
Having already admitted that there’s nothing to do during COVID-19 but go “back and forth from the fridge,” Demi took to Instagram with a homey update that gave a nod to social distancing. The stunning photos didn’t hold back on showing the star’s goddess curves, though.
Demi’s photos showed her professionally photographed – likely prior to coronavirus – with the brunette seen showcasing her sizzling figure in a feminine and thigh-slit dress in multi-color tie-dye prints.
Seen seated amid wood-paneled kitchen furnishings and near vased flowers, Demi was looking a total bombshell as she upped the ante with her low-cut neckline, also delivering her fierce beauty. Flowers in Demi’s hair and the model holding a pink rose afforded a girly finish – while bikinis are this star’s trademark, the images seemed proof that Demi can blow Instagram away without the swimwear.
Over 455,000 likes were left in 21 hours.
Instagram went wild with this one. In addition to approaching half a million likes, the snaps also brought in a ton of comments – the come-hither vibe had, after all, been upped via a caption.
“If you need me I’ll be home. ? @prettylittlething,” Demi wrote, giving a nod to the brand of clothing being donned.
“WOW YOU LOOK SO GOOD!!” one fan wrote.
“You’re unreal,” another said.
“What a gorgeous woman you are, love,” a third added.
“Meet me in Amsterdam” came from an ambitious user.
Demi has spoken out about experiencing British life during the global pandemic. Following an admission that a friend had spent over $900 at Whole Foods just to stock up, Demi told her followers of the long lines at British pharmacy chain Boots, plus the “bare” shelves at U.K. supermarket chain, Sainsbury’s.
“The whole thing is giving me anxiety. It’s getting real! I hope everyone’s okay,” she said, the adding:
“I think change scares us all. Human contact is everything. It’s so nice to interact with people. And, just isolating isn’t healthy, but I guess in a way it is because we need to stay safe…”
Demi’s post wasn’t a full-blown ad, but it nonetheless saw the beauty influencing in the traditional Instagram manner. Pay on the platform directly correlates with following, something that experts over at Vox have broken down.
“Influencers with up to 1 million followers can get $10,000 [per post], depending on the platform, and 1 million followers and up, you’re getting into territory where they can charge $100,000. Some can even get $250,000 for a post!”
Demi racks up the followers fast, these days. 2019 saw her celebrate reaching 10 million followers. The 14-million mark isn’t far off for her.
Check out the latex look Demi rocked this week to “kick Corona’s -ss.”