British reality television star Chloe Khan, who first gained fame in 2010 when she was booted off the United Kingdom version of X-Factor when she attempted extremely unsuccessfully to compete as a singer, according to X-Factor Online, has completely transformed herself in the ensuing eight years — with her lifestyle and her physical appearance. And the 26-year-old former spokesmodel for the Spearmint Rhino chain of strip clubs nearly exposed her assets on a recent trip to the aiport.
The West Yorkshire-born Khan, who when she appeared on X-Factor used the pseudonym “Chloe Mafia,” later complained about the inconvenience of traveling with her oversized bosom, which according to The Daily Mirror she has openly acknowledged has been surgically augmented along with numerous other body parts, in an Instagram post.
“Wish I could unscrew them and leave them at home sometimes,” the one-time Big Brother contestant and mom of a 10-year-old daughter wrote on her Instagram account, along with photos of herself at the Liverpool, England, John Lennon Airport where she was about to depart for a vacation in Spain, according to The Daily Mail newspaper.
“Chloe drew attention to her svelte physique in rather risque co-ord that comprised a form-fitting midi skirt and a matching bralet that flashed major underboob, the beauty raising the stakes higher by going braless beneath the design,” The Mail wrote.
Her name has been the least of her attributes that Khan has altered since her disastrous, but career-boosting, appearance on X-Factor. Her face and figure have undergone major overhauls, and her lifestyle has evolved from residing in public housing in the West Yorkshire city of Wakefield, according to a Mirror profile, to jet-setting between lavish homes in London and Los Angeles.
But her metamorphosis was not easy for her, she claimed, according to the site Barcroft TV.
“I didn’t go from being a chav clown to an LA princess – it has been a long journey,” she said. “I have had slight rhinoplasty just to neaten my nose and obviously I’ve had a boob job or two taking my breasts to a 32HH.”
She became the “face” of the Spearmint Rhino club chain after becoming romantically invoked with the company’s CEO John Gray in 2014, when she was 22 and he was 56, according to The Mirror. She later monetized her personal transformation with a webcam site that offers fans titillating glimpses into her personal life — even promising shots of herself getting out of the shower — for a fee of about $20 per month.
“Chav,” according to the BBC, is derogatory British slang for a young, working-class person.