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Former Playboy model Joy Corrigan heats up the runway modeling bikinis during Miami’s Paraiso Swim Week

Joy Corrigan is heating up the Sunshine State.

The former Playboy model, who has nearly a million followers on Instagram, strutted down the runway Thursday for Beach Bunny Swimwear. The fashion show is part of the annual Paraiso Miami Swim Week, where swimwear designers showcase their new and upcoming collections.

The statuesque blonde unveiled her chiseled physique on the catwalk while rocking a medley of bikinis.

The star displayed her sun-kissed features and beachy waves while sporting a black halter bikini she paired with jewels and satin opera gloves. For another look, she slipped into a sparkling bubblegum pink two-piece alongside shimmering hot pink boots. The pinup also made heads turn with a coral bedazzled bikini paired with strappy jeweled stilettos.

In 2020, Corrigan spoke to Fox News Digital about how her parents reacted to her Playboy appearance.

A side-by-side photo of Joy Corrigan modeling a coral bikini

Joy Corrigan was among the stars of Beach Bunny Swimwear’s fashion show Thursday night. (Getty Images)

“I brought a few magazines home, and as soon as my dad saw Playboy, he just walked right out of the room and didn’t say a word,” Corrigan recalled at the time. “I said, ‘Dad, don’t worry, it’s not nude.’ I did the non-nude issue even though it was quite revealing. But it didn’t matter because I grew up in a quite religious environment where we went to church every Wednesday and Sunday. My dad wasn’t happy about it. My mom yelled at him, ‘Baby, times have changed! It’s different now!’ She was trying to make it sound OK.

“She was so proud of me,” Corrigan chuckled. “I think my dad was proud of me too, but he just didn’t want to say so.”

Corrigan also revealed her no-nonsense workout routine.


“I love to put MCT coconut oil in my coffee,” Corrigan explained. “I feel it gives me energy and curbs my appetite. I also feel like I can jog farther and harder. I also make sure my diet is 70% veggies and 30% anything else. Filling up on fruits and veggies gives me the nutrients and energy I need, and I’m not craving pizza and cake as much. I also work out every day. Jogging and yoga are my favorites. But I try not to be too hard on myself. If I indulge, then well, tomorrow is a new day.”

“I remember just crying over it. Then I had to stop myself because if I want to continue with this career, I can’t let myself cry or be hurt every single time someone says something negative about me. I made that decision right then and there. Of course, it sometimes still hurts, but I no longer cry over it. I just put my focus and energy on the positive things in my life.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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