Seeming ecstatic to be Down Under on the first day of summer, the singer was seen beaming as she raised her hands in delight.
The bi-racial beauty, whose mother is Mexican American and father is African American, tied her locks back in a tight ponytail and shielded her eyes with a large pair of shades.
Last year she appeared on UK reality show Celebs Go Dating alongside Kim's best pal, Jonathan Cheban.
They'll immediately appear in celebrity magazines and on entertainment programs and be touted as the Next Big Thing, and they'll give interviews in every medium possible. They'll show up to host 's list of the 50 Most Beautiful People and, if they're female, the "Top 100 Hottest Women" list of any men's magazine. The Hollywood Hype Machine is very fickle, but has a never-ending supply of willing young stars and starlets ready to take the place of the old one.Meanwhile, failed stars will suddenly drop off these lists. The reason that magazines, tabloids and TV shows (even ones unaffiliated with Hollywood studios) get into it is because, by pushing these new big stars, they can have big headlines and have paparazzi follow around, thus selling more magazines and getting higher ratings.Just days after France banned unhealthily thin models as part of a new law targeting “unrealistic body images”, yet another dangerous social media campaign putting undue body image pressures on women has come to light.We’ve had the thigh gap, the bikini bridge and even the a4 paper craze, but this latest thinspiration trend could be the most worrying yet.First came the thigh gap; a campaign which saw young girls and women posting thigh-gap selfies on social media to prove that the tops of their legs didn’t touch.
Then came the bikini bridge; a trend which involved lying down and taking a picture of the space between your bikini bottoms and your hip bones.In retrospect, Melody's cameo seems quite ironic given she was later linked to Kanye West, who is now married to the show's star, Kim.However, the stunner told The Sun newspaper last year she hasn't had a serious boyfriend since high school.A related term in Professional Wrestling is referred to by fans as "pushed to the moon." Basically, when the people backstage take a particular shine to a new wrestler, they're hyped ("pushed" in wrestling slang) and promoted well beyond their current skill set (both wrestling ability and characterization and ability to cut promos, known as "mic work.") Some can catch up and become superstars, others sadly can't.Many examples of actors and directors from all folders can be found in "What the Hell Happened?The brunette beauty, 33, is currently in Australia filming for reality show I'm A Celebrity... but her saucy session at the beach surely had local men wishing she would linger a little longer.