The boobylicious Queen and former Celebrity Big Brother star seems to be up to something as she squeezes her gorgeous assets into scantily-clad outfits with the help of an assistant.
Boobs goddess Chloe wears a blue lace bra that looks ready to burst against her 32HH surgically-enhanced chest.
Paired with a dental floss-like thong and killer black heels, the attention-grabbing outfit makes an impact.
Writhing around on a grey couch, Chloe showcased her modelling skills while displaying her Betty Boop silhouette.
Trying a different (but equally revealing) look, the model — who first captured our attention while auditioning for The X Factor in 2010 — stepped into a boob-hugging dress.
Barely containing her cleavage, it's fair to say the outfit was a snug fit.
Other pictures show the selfie-lover struggling to get into a second dress — but it's not her boobs getting in the way, it's her bum.
The assistant looks as though she is having to tug on the fabric to fit it over Chloe's booty.
The reality TV star looks at ease with the setting, which is hardly surprising considering her background.
Chloe has previously appeared in Playboy magazine, earning herself a starring role on its cover more than once.
The self-titled millionaire now owns a webcam company, hiring girls with a similar look to hers.
But despite running her own business, Chloe still likes to be in front of the camera, no doubt showing her employees how to get the job done.
The reality TV personality often shares revealing snaps of herself on Instagram.
However, last month she was forced to take a break from the social media site when a hacker took control of her profile.
After starting a campaign titled 'Reactivate Chloe Khan', the star successfully regained her page and is now back to her selfie-sharing ways.
Commenting on her return, Chloe said: "Thank you so much to everyone who helped me get my account back. I honestly can't thank you enough."
"I feel like it happened for a reason because now the stalker situation is out in the open, it's finally getting dealt with properly," she added.