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Lingerie-clad girls, shots and rappers - Georgia's working day

GEORGIA SALPA didn't party like this when she was in the Big Brother house.

The model-turned-reality TV star features in an explicit hip hop video set in a hedonistic party.

But while the 27-year-old shows off her famous curves in the video, she is notably more restrained the other scantily clad women who feature.

Georgia stars alongside Made In Chelsea boys Hugo Taylor and Spencer Matthews in London group Clement Marfo & The Frontline's video for new song Last Night.

The video depicts an out-of-control house party, with the rappers doing shots off lingerie-clad models and dancing with busty girls.

But Georgia is far more reserved and sometimes looks a little lost.


The model manages to show off her killer curves, but with class -- wearing a pair of skinny leather trousers, heels and a tight black T-shirt.

She finishes the outfit off with this season's must-have accessory; a gold bottle of Armand de Brignac champagne.

Made In Chelsea star Spencer spends the entire video perched next to Salpa, grinning awkwardly. Meanwhile co-star Spencer looked on slack-jawed as the girls danced provocatively around the room. Near-naked girls are shown pouring tequila into their mouths before mounting a pommel horse.

Lead singer Clement takes some vodka shots off the generous chest of love interest FHM model Emily Florence Shaw.

There was a lot of hard liquor and hard partying on set as girls wearing suspenders and balcony bras danced and pawed the band. Not entirely surprising then that the video ends with several girls joining the lead singer in his bed.

After the shoot Georgia tweeted that it had been a fun day. "Fun shoot today. I hope the rest of the day goes well."

Clement Marfo & The Frontline are a seven-piece hip hop collective from south London with a well-documented penchant for expensive spirits and semi-naked women.

The video is released on November 26.

Georgia caused a stir earlier this week when she appeared on RTE's new comedy show The Fear gyrating in a luminous green leotard.