Christina Milian ate and left no crumbs this weekend. A very busty set of snaps landing on the 39-year-old pop singer’s Instagram today celebrated her giant appetite, with the “Dip It Low” singer likely also earning herself some cash as she influenced for clothing brand Pretty Little Thing. Christina, followed by 6.4 million, updated with a giant curve overload on Sunday, showing off both her ample assets and her tiny, post-baby waist. Seemingly, the calories don’t stick to this Netflix face’s silhouette. Check it out below.
Scroll for the photo. If Christina chopping vegetables is throwing you, that was just for show, with the snap coming as promo for singer Rihanna’s SavagexFenty lingerie line.
Today’s shots, seeing Christina proving she’s a Pretty Little Thing, came with the “Really Truly Maybe” star lounging around a blue couch and from her Mauritius travels. The stunner, posing in tiny white shorts and a cupped, tie-dye blue bralette with long sleeves, flaunted her stunning figure and flawless beauty, but the caption was hard stuff.
Christina, likely makeup-free (she doesn’t need any), smiled, showed off a big mood, and even mentioned it in her caption.
“Mood after eating a double ?? & ?! @prettylittlething,” she wrote.
Likes come in fast for this girl. The Beignet Box founder, who counts 40-year-old reality star Kim Kardashian as a loyal customer, racked herself up over 130,000 likes in seven hours, also being told she was “the queen.” The photos form a pile now as Christina shows off her travels, which have also included partner and baby daddy Matt Pokora.
Christina’s snap-back body is a talking point, period. The star welcomed second baby Isaiah in January 2020, with fans still dropping jaws at how Christina has pinged back into shape. The brunette also shares 10-year-old daughter Violet with ex and rapper The Dream.
Motherhood also features heavily on Christina’s new “Really Truly Maybe” reality series, currently airing on streaming service Kin. The Fashion Nova partner has plenty else going on, though, also running her donuts truck, House of Fine Jewelry Line, and baby collab, even offering a stroller named after her hit “Am to Pm” track.
Christina didn’t use a #ad in her post today. A clear promo agenda or partner status seems to lift the disclaimer requirement from Instagram, but there’s likely a cash exchange. Pay on the platform correlates with following, with Vox‘s savvy experts offering suggested figures.
“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!”