EXCLUSIVE: Married At First Sight’s Alana Lister joins OnlyFans and is sharing uncensored bikini photos for $20-a-month
Married At First Sight bride Alana Lister has joined adult subscription-based website OnlyFans.
For $20.00 a month, subscribers can access uncensored photos and videos of the 30-year-old reality star.
Alana told Daily Mail Australia that fans can expect to see bikini-clad photos that are too racy to share on Instagram.
Cashing in: Married At First Sight’s Alana Lister (pictured) has joined adult subscription-based website OnlyFans
‘It’s been a crazy thing to actually commit to but I’m ready,’ she said.
Alana explained that she feels like it was ’empowering’ for women to join the subscription based website.
The primary school teacher has spent the past few weeks teasing her appearance on the platform.
Too hot to handle! On Monday, Alana told Daily Mail Australia that fans can expect to see bikini-clad photos that are too racy to share on Instagram
‘Personally right now, I wouldn’t really consider it, but I’m definitely supportive of the women who do it,’ she said back in April.
During the Instagram Q&A, Alana also revealed that her ample assets were surgically enhanced.
‘My boobs are not natural. That question gets asked a lot,’ she said.
‘My boobs are not natural’: Back in April, the Gold Coast based beauty revealed her ample assets were surgically enhanced during an intimate Q&A with fans
Since her time on MAFS, Alana has amassed a whopping 100k followers and could make a comfortable living on the platform with the right amount of subscribers.
While OnlyFans has made a name for itself through its adult content, there are creators on the platform that use it for other forms of content, including fitness videos and racy bikini snaps.
Alana would be the first bride of her season to join the platform, following in the footsteps of past brides Stacey Hampton, Hayley Vernon and Ines Basic.
Wow! The busty school teacher-turned-reality star isn’t afraid of showing off her sensational physique on social media