Buxom Rhian Sugden flaunts some serious sideboob in a revealing swimsuit as she dresses as a coyote to take a stand against animal cruetly outside Canada Goose store

Alexandra Burke recently caused a stir for wearing a real fur Canada Goose coat, and subsequently published an apology online.

And Rhian Sugden has now taken a stand against the brand, stripping down to just a swimsuit as she posed dressed as a coyote in an anti-animal cruelty protest.

The glamour model, 31, painted herself white and brown, emulating the North American canine's fur and sporting a giant coyote face on her back.

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Anti-fur protest: Rhian Sugden has now taken a stand against Canada Goose, stripping down to just a swimsuit as she posed dressed as a coyote in an anti-animal cruelty protest
Anti-fur protest: Rhian Sugden has now taken a stand against Canada Goose, stripping down to just a swimsuit as she posed dressed as a coyote in an anti-animal cruelty protest

Anti-fur protest: Rhian Sugden has now taken a stand against Canada Goose, stripping down to just a swimsuit as she posed dressed as a coyote in an anti-animal cruelty protest

The beauty, who recently went from blonde to brunette, carried a sign reading, 'Coyotes suffer for Canada Goose'.

Rhian turned heads on the busy pedestrian street, standing with one leg caught in a faux trap.

Her hair was pulled back in a loose braid, and her features were accentuated with a bronze shadow and a nude lip.

Rhian's action is part of PETA's campaign urging Canada Goose to drop coyote fur and switch to innovative, cruelty-free faux fur.

Campaign: Rhian's action is part of PETA's campaign urging Canada Goose to drop coyote fur and switch to innovative, cruelty-free faux fur

Campaign: Rhian's action is part of PETA's campaign urging Canada Goose to drop coyote fur and switch to innovative, cruelty-free faux fur

Taking a stand: Rhian turned heads on the busy pedestrian street, standing with one leg caught in a faux trap

Taking a stand: Rhian turned heads on the busy pedestrian street, standing with one leg caught in a faux trap

She first found fame as a glamour model, but in April, earlier this year, Rhian revealed she had made the decision to retire from topless modelling. She took to Twitter to announce the move, telling fans: 'It's the end of an era for me! I've decided to move on from topless modelling.'

'Thank you to everyone who made my 11 yr career possible,' she continued, before adding: 'Rhi-tirement day. HA! See what I did there!'

Rhian has been happily engaged to ex Coronation Street star Oliver Mellor since 2014.

Statement: The beauty, who recently went from blonde to brunette, carried a sign reading, 'Coyotes suffer for Canada Goose'?

Statement: The beauty, who recently went from blonde to brunette, carried a sign reading, 'Coyotes suffer for Canada Goose'?

Beauty: Her hair was pulled back in a loose braid, and her features were accentuated with a bronze shadow and a nude lip

Beauty: Her hair was pulled back in a loose braid, and her features were accentuated with a bronze shadow and a nude lip

He proposed to her by getting down on one knee in front of a packed audience at the Manchester Opera House after performing his stage show Black Coffee at the venue.

It came after Rhian achieved new heights of fame after she was caught in a sexting scandal with married DJ, Vernon Kay - prior to dating her husband-to-be Oliver.??

Meanwhile, Alexandra - who has previously posed naked in support of animal rights for PETA - took to Twitter on Monday to admit she didn't know the history of the garment, confessing: 'I’ve just learned the sad truth of how a coat I wore recently was made.'

The former X Factor winner, 29 remorsefully continued: 'I am an animal lover, as most of you will know I have 4 dogs. I should have asked how it was manufactured and now I know, I will never wear it again. I am really sorry for any hurt or upset I have caused xx.'?

Sticking up for herself: Alexandra Burke - who has previously posed naked in support of animal rights for PETA - has defended herself after she came under fire from Strictly Come Dancing fans for wearing a fur coat

Sticking up for herself: Alexandra Burke - who has previously posed naked in support of animal rights for PETA - has defended herself after she came under fire from Strictly Come Dancing fans for wearing a fur coat

Response: The former X Factor winner, 29 - who has previously posed naked in support of animal rights for PETA - took to Twitter on Monday to admit she didn't know the history of the garment, confessing: 'I?ve just learned the sad truth of how a coat I wore recently was made'

Response: The former X Factor winner, 29 - who has previously posed naked in support of animal rights for PETA - took to Twitter on Monday to admit she didn't know the history of the garment, confessing: 'I’ve just learned the sad truth of how a coat I wore recently was made'

Alexandra wore a Canada Goose jacket, featuring a removable North American Coyote fur ruff, when she arrived at the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool last week.

Since then, several eagle-eyed viewers have branded the star 'disgusting', a 'fake' and a 'hypocrite' for her choice of outerwear attire.?

'Alexandra Burke is a #fake. She was seen on her VT last night wearing fur on her jacket #CanadaGoose,' one fan wrote, leading the backlash against the star.

'Clearly she only did the PETA thing just for PR. #StrictlyComeDancing 2017 #strictly #scd #scd2017 #StrictlyComeDancing.'

Alexandra went completely naked for a People for a Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) campaign against animal cruelty in October 2013.?

'She's a hypocrite':?The singer wore a Canada Goose jacket, featuring a removable North American Coyote fur ruff, when she arrived at the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool on November 18

'She's a hypocrite':?The singer wore a Canada Goose jacket, featuring a removable North American Coyote fur ruff, when she arrived at the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool on November 18

The poster was emblazoned with the slogan promoting the cause:?'I'd rather go naked than wear fur.'

Yet four years after the promotion in November 2017, the West End beauty was spotted sporting her own real fur Canada Goose jacket.

As a result, the Bodyguard leading lady could face losing the support from viewers at home as Twitter was awash with backlash against her attire.

'Alexandra Burke, 2013 anti fur, 2017 wearing fur #hypocrite #fashionvictim #uglypeoplewearfur,' one fan wrote.

Others remarked: '@bbcstrictly hope that nobody will vote for #AlexandraBurke she was spotted wearing #CanadaGoose coat. I don't want to watch a #fur who thinks that wearing a dead dog round her neck is cool.'?

'Just throwin it out there that Alexandra Burke wears real fur coats made from skinned wolves even after joining a campaign against fur. Disgusting #Strictly @bbcstrictly.'

'@alexandramusic What is wrong with you?? #fur #fauxfur #wearyourownskin #AlexandraBurke #crueltyfree #ThanksgivingEve.' (sic)

?'Nobody will vote for her':?As a result, the Bodyguard leading lady could face losing the support from viewers at home as Twitter was awash with backlash against her attire

?'Nobody will vote for her':?As a result, the Bodyguard leading lady could face losing the support from viewers at home as Twitter was awash with backlash against her attire

MailOnline has approached Alexandra Burke's representatives for comment.

Canada Goose explained why they use real Coyote fur ruff detailing on their products on their website.

The company wrote: 'In the coldest environments, a fur-trimmed hood creates turbulent air, which helps protect the face from frostbite.

'We recently implemented a traceability program to ensure our fur is sourced from animals that have not been subjected to any unfair practices, willful mistreatment or undue harm, and materials are fully traceable throughout the supply chain.'?

'Nobody will vote for her': Eagle-eyed viewers have blasted the dancing contestant as 'disgusting', a 'fake' and a 'hypocrite' for her choice of outerwear attire

'Nobody will vote for her': Eagle-eyed viewers have blasted the dancing contestant as 'disgusting', a 'fake' and a 'hypocrite' for her choice of outerwear attire

Alexandra has been topping the leader board with her near perfect scores each week in the arms of her professional dancer Gorka Marquez.

Yet on Saturday, she only secured fourth place when she only scored a seven from Craig Revel Horwood.?

And the songstress found herself in a shock dance-off with Susan Calman and her partner Kevin Clifton on Sunday's pre-recorded show.

Backlash:?'Alexandra Burke, 2013 anti fur, 2017 wearing fur #hypocrite #fashionvictim #uglypeoplewearfur,' one fan wrote

Backlash:?'Alexandra Burke, 2013 anti fur, 2017 wearing fur #hypocrite #fashionvictim #uglypeoplewearfur,' one fan wrote

Fans rushed to social media to defend the star's dancing technique with gushing compliments about her ability.

Followers wrote:?'Alexandra is the best dancer ever on Strictly but how did she end doing the dance off? Racist voting?'

'Why do the audience at home hate Alexandra Burke so much? What exactly has she done wrong? what did I miss?'

'#AlexandraBurke on dance off? This is the point I get confused with the voting public! She has delivered week after week!'

Alexandra sailed into the Musicals week after she was saved by all four judges.??

Revealed: The songstress found herself in a shock dance-off with Susan Calman and her partner Kevin Clifton on Sunday's pre-recorded show

Revealed: The songstress found herself in a shock dance-off with Susan Calman and her partner Kevin Clifton on Sunday's pre-recorded show

'She is the best dancer':?Fans rushed to social media to defend the star's dancing technique with gushing compliments about her ability

'She is the best dancer':?Fans rushed to social media to defend the star's dancing technique with gushing compliments about her ability

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