Montana Brown walks around in strapless black swimsuit performing funny dance routine

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She avoided the UK’s third lockdown when she flew to Barbados over the Christmas season to spend time with her family.

And Montana Brown showed off her incredible figure in a flattering swimsuit on Saturday as she performed a fun dance routine throughout her journey.

The former Love Island star, 25, showed off her toned body in the black strapless one-piece with chic belt details.

Having fun?  Montana Brown showed off her incredible figure in a flattering swimsuit on Saturday as she walked around performing a fun dance routine on her trip to Barbados

Having fun? Montana Brown showed off her incredible figure in a flattering swimsuit on Saturday as she walked around performing a fun dance routine on her trip to Barbados

Montana put on a confident show as she danced on her patio, limping and spinning in front of the camera while energetic music played.

The reality star wore her dark locks in a messy bun and kept her makeup minimal while donning huge brown sunglasses.

Clearly in a breezy mood, she captioned the clip, “I was bored confronting a man I barely know for more attention and gifts!”

Toned: The former Love Island star, 25, showed off her toned body in the black strapless one-piece with chic belt details

Toned: The former Love Island star, 25, showed off her toned body in the black strapless one-piece with chic belt details

Toned: The former Love Island star, 25, showed off her toned body in the black strapless one-piece with chic belt details

Look around: Montana put on a confident show as she danced on her patio, limping and spinning for the camera while energetic music played

Look around: Montana put on a confident show as she danced on her patio, limping and spinning for the camera while energetic music played

Nice: she clearly enjoyed her extensive work trip

Nice: she clearly enjoyed her extensive work trip

Look around: Montana put on a confident show as she danced on her patio, limping and spinning for the camera while energetic music played

On Friday, Montana claimed that participants had sex ‘really everywhere’ during Love Island.

Speaking of the mouth with the Olivia Caridi podcast, the beauty also said it was ‘hilarious’ because it can’t really ‘be put on camera’.

She said, ‘People have sex everywhere – really everywhere – always. During the day, at night, upstairs, downstairs. It’s hilarious because you know they can’t really put it on camera.

Holiday: The reality star wore her dark locks in a messy bun and kept her makeup minimal while donning huge brown sunglasses

Holiday: The reality star wore her dark locks in a messy bun and kept her makeup minimal while donning huge brown sunglasses

Holiday: The reality star wore her dark locks in a messy bun and kept her makeup minimal while donning huge brown sunglasses

Dance: She shook her hair up and down in the hilarious video while doing a few moves

Dance: She shook her hair up and down in the hilarious video while doing a few moves

Confident: She looked happy and healthy dancing in the clip

Confident: She looked happy and healthy dancing in the clip

Dance: She shook her hair up and down in the hilarious video while doing a few moves

Funny: Clearly in a light-hearted mood, she captioned the clip: 'I was bored about confronting a man I barely know for more attention and gifts!

Funny: Clearly in a light-hearted mood, she captioned the clip: 'I was bored about confronting a man I barely know for more attention and gifts!

Funny: Clearly in a light-hearted mood, she captioned the clip: ‘I was bored about confronting a man I barely know for more attention and gifts!

“At first everyone is so aware that you are inches away from the next couple in a bed, but everyone just feels so comfortable.”

During her stay at the villa, Montana dated Alex Beattie, but the couple broke up soon after they left.

The reality star previously revealed that she regrets having sex on television and even warned future participants ‘not to do it’.

In a 2018 interview, she told The Sun, “ In retrospect, sex on TV wasn’t the best idea. My advice to the new hopeful is not to. If I could have done it differently, I wouldn’t have had sex. ‘

Rancid!  On Friday, Montana claimed that participants had sex 'really everywhere' during Love Island

Rancid!  On Friday, Montana claimed that participants had sex 'really everywhere' during Love Island

Rancid! On Friday, Montana claimed that participants had sex ‘really everywhere’ during Love Island

Elsewhere on the podcast interview, Montana revealed that bosses on the show are changing the clocks so roommates “ never know what time it is. ”

She said, ‘You never know what time it is, so they can keep you awake for as long as possible.

‘The recoupling evenings are the longest. I looked at one of the producer’s watches once and it was 4:30 am and I thought, “Oh my God, I’m up all day, no wonder I’m broke.”

Candid: Speaking on the Mouthing Off With Olivia Caridi podcast, the reality star, 25, also said it was 'hilarious' because it can't really 'be put on camera' (pictured on Love Island in 2017)

Candid: Speaking on the Mouthing Off With Olivia Caridi podcast, the reality star, 25, also said it was 'hilarious' because it can't really 'be put on camera' (pictured on Love Island in 2017)

Candid: Speaking on the Mouthing Off With Olivia Caridi podcast, the reality star, 25, also said it was ‘hilarious’ because it can’t really ‘be put on camera’ (pictured on Love Island in 2017)

Goodness!  She said, 'People have sex everywhere - really everywhere - always.  During the day, at night, upstairs, downstairs.  It's hilarious because you know they can't really put it on camera.  (the 2017 cast pictured)

Goodness!  She said, 'People have sex everywhere - really everywhere - always.  During the day, at night, upstairs, downstairs.  It's hilarious because you know they can't really put it on camera.  (the 2017 cast pictured)

Goodness! She said, ‘People have sex everywhere – really everywhere – always. During the day, at night, upstairs, downstairs. It’s hilarious because you know they can’t really put it on camera. (the 2017 cast pictured)

‘They don’t tell you what time it is – so all phones that ring,’ You have a text ‘have different times. The oven clock has a different time every day. ‘

Montana, who now owns her own swimwear brand Swim Society, was a college student when she first appeared on the show.

The reality star admitted that she now “suffers from anxiety,” which she “never had before.”

She added, ‘I’ve never had any anxiety before going to that show. I don’t know anyone in the entertainment industry or who I know from the show who doesn’t suffer from anxiety. ‘

Case in point: During her stay at the villa, Montana dated Alex Beattie, but the couple broke up soon after leaving - she previously admitted regretting having sex on television (photo in 2017)

Case in point: During her stay at the villa, Montana dated Alex Beattie, but the couple broke up soon after leaving - she previously admitted regretting having sex on television (photo in 2017)

Case in point: During her stay at the villa, Montana dated Alex Beattie, but the couple broke up soon after leaving – she previously admitted regretting having sex on television (photo in 2017)

This comes after Montana called for more diversity on the show, insisting that it’s “ unhealthy for people to see only size 8s chewing their bikinis. ”

She also said, ‘I want to see more people of color,’ concluding that ‘with regard to racial diversity and body diversity, there is always room for improvement’ on the program.

Speaking of the latter What day is it? podcast, Montana was questioned about how progressive Love Island is.

She admitted, “ I feel that as a mixed race person you are always in the minority, especially on such a show. It’s not something I necessarily thought about when I was on the show.

‘I’ve had a pretty privileged upbringing. I grew up in a fairly white environment, so I’ve always been in the minority anyway. So it’s something that didn’t make me uncomfortable.

“But I certainly think there is always room for improvement with regard to racial diversity and body diversity.”

Montana went on to explain why there is a need for a more inclusive cast that is more representative of society.

She said, ‘I think it’s so important because of that [Love Island] gets so many millions and millions of views. People want to see themselves on the screen, people want to feel like they are being represented.

‘So it’s very important that they have bigger girls there. I think there is some degree of it – not everyone can be cast for Love Island.

‘There’s a very fine line to it: you want it to be entertaining, you want it to be ambitious, you want to see a bunch of pretty people on television having fun and you want to live through that vicariously.

‘But then you also want to represent the UK and everyone who is a size larger than size 8.

‘I think it’s unhealthy for people to just see a size 8 chewing their bikini, because then people see that the only way to be beautiful is to be a size 8 or a smaller size. So there is certainly work to be done. ‘

Taking a stand: This comes after Montana called for more diversity on the show, insisting that it's 'unhealthy for people to see only size 8s chewing in their bikinis'

Taking a stand: This comes after Montana called for more diversity on the show, insisting that it's 'unhealthy for people to see only size 8s chewing in their bikinis'

Taking a stand: This comes after Montana called for more diversity on the show, insisting that it’s ‘unhealthy for people to see only size 8s chewing in their bikinis’