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Jamie Laing reveals his huge bulge in tiny leotard in front of Emily Atack as they film Celebrity Juice


JAMIE Laing showed off his huge bulge in a tiny leotard in front of team captain Emily Atack as they filmed Celebrity Juice.

The Made In Chelsea star, 32, posed in front of the desk of the rude ITV2 comedy panel show.

Jamie wore a tight black leotard with a grey wool knitted hat on top.

He also wore knee and elbow pads as he stretched out on the desk - with fellow contestant Roman Kemp in a similar outfit walking in the background.

Emily films him and says: "You look so sexy. So sexy. You've got no problems here."

He then turns around and Emily says: "Look at your tiny little bum!"

Jamie was filming the show alongside other team captain Laura Whitmore, as well as Strictly judge Shirley Ballas.

Jamie made it all the way to the final of the latest series of Strictly alongside professional Karen Hauer.

Joining Roman Kemp was Loose Women panellist and comedian Judi Love.

Jamie has the right to be in high spirits - as The Sun revealed last month how he made £2million in one year through his sweets brand.

The reality star founded his confectionary company, Candy Kittens, in January 2012 with friend Ed Williams, 32.

The TV star recently posted the company accounts for his sweet company, which revealed it had a whopping equity increase of over £2 million.

In accounts posted on Thursday, December 31, Candy Kittens had a total equity valued at £3,801,878 compared to £1,856,412 for the previous accounting period.

The Private Parts podcaster and his co-founder Ed run the company with five other directors.

Aside from his confectionary brand, Jamie also runs a sister company called Longaim Ltd with the same directors, which handles Candy Kittens' retail sales via mail order and the internet.

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