Actress Madison Pettis is best known for her roles as Sophie Martinez on the Disney Channel series “Cory in the House” and as Peyton Kelly in the 2007 film “The Game Plan.”
However, now the star is all-grown-up and is grabbing the attention of her 4.4 million Instagram followers by posting a “thirst trap.”
Madison Pettis Stuns In Black Lingerie
The 24-year-old is sitting down on the wooden floor in front of a fireplace with her long brown locks falling over her shoulder, framing her face.
“Light a fire 🖤,” she captioned the post.
Legs For Days
In another shot, Pettis has her legs out in front of her, showing off her stunning physique. Her long, luscious legs are placed in front of her body as she still wears the black babydoll lingerie set from Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty.
She is seductively looking into the camera, grabbing the attention of her Instagram followers.
What Fans Had To Say
Pettis’s followers did not hesitate to comment on her post as one fan said “Not the thirst trap on hump day 😩.”
Another Instagram user wrote, “🔥💯💓 So hot 🔥💓💯,” while a third chimed in, “One of my favs.”
One user even wants Pettis to be his wife as he commented, “One day you’ll be my wife 😍.”
Madison Pettis On Growing Up As A Child Actress
Madison Pettis began her acting career as a child when she first appeared on the popular children’s television series “Barney & Friends.” However, when she grew older, she made her debut on the Disney Channel as Sophie Martinez on the popular series “Cory in the House.” She is also known for her role as Peyton Kelly in the 2007 film “The Game Plan.”
The now 24-year-old is revealing what it was like growing up in the spotlight.
“It’s been cool to have my fans grow up with me,” Pettis told Byrdie earlier this year. “I started my acting career with Disney, and as I’ve gotten older, the projects I’ve done have naturally matured over time. I also love that my fans can keep up with me on social media because it’s a great way for them to get to know me better.”
She also revealed what has kept her motivated her whole life. “It’s because I’ve never stopped having fun with it,” she explained. “Drake has a lyric that says, ‘The moment I stop having fun with it, I’ll be done with it.’ When I was little, my mom always told me that if acting ever wasn’t fun anymore, I could stop at any time. I still think about it that way. That mindset helps me because it’s a tough business with so much rejection and competition. But every time I’m on set filming something, I feel so fulfilled. I love working with a cast and crew who also love what they do. Sets are my happy place.”
But one of the most important things in her life is self-care. “Self-care is watching a basketball game, ordering food, and drinking a glass of wine,” Pettis concluded.