Dubbed 'the new Samantha Fox', blonde Michelle Marsh became a regular in men's mags including Playboy, Loaded, Maxim and Nuts, and was famed for her 32FF natural assets in the early noughties. She quit modelling in and tried to make it as a pop star instead with her debut single 'I don't Doooo' - but it flopped at number 89 in the charts. She married Scottish footballer Will Haining in and the couple have two children, Maddison, 10, and Owen, seven. The former glamour model now runs a children's boutique, TillyFlops, in Oldham, Manchester, which she opened in Starting out as a Page 3 girl, Jo starred in several photoshoots with Katie Price and became a favourite with lad's mags for her quirky short blonde hair and tomboyish style. With a bloated stomach and in constant pain, Jo gave up sex for over a year and was forced to sell her used knickers on Ebay as she wasn't able to work.
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The year-old former Page 3 star showcased her alluring figure in a series of snaps, which saw her wow in red lacy attire to promote lingerie brand Obsessive. In one shot, the busty blonde showcased her desirable cleavage in a matching underwear set that struggled to contain her ample assets. She completed the look with a pair of red and nude french knickers, which showed off her well-defined pins and toned body. Rhian, who is engaged to former Coronation Street star Oliver Mellor, 37, gave a seductive look to the camera as she posed wearing dark pink lipstick.
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Almost two decades into the 21st century, the days of the Page 3 girl look to be finally over, after the Daily Star announced it would no longer feature pictures of topless women. The newspaper was the last daily print outlet maintaining the British tabloid tradition, after the Sun stopped doing so following political pressure in Although the Star will continue to feature photos of young women, they will no longer be topless, according to its editor, Jonathan Clark, who suggested it was time for a change. The move potentially brings to an end 50 years of topless photos in mainstream newspapers. The former Labour minister Clare Short, who was pilloried by the tabloids in the s when she repeatedly proposed banning the feature, told the Guardian her campaign had been vindicated.