She recently gave up her glamorous life to appear on Channel Seven’s upcoming military-style show, SAS Australia.
But on Sunday, Arabella Del Busso had surfaced all over again when she stepped out to attend a private event in Melbourne in honor of the 2020 Brownlow Medal.
The 30-year-old showed off her incredible figure in a dazzling neon orange dress with a single sleeve and a thigh-high slit.
Looks good! Arabella Del Busso put on a dazzling show in a plunging neckline dress when she went to the AFL Brownlow medal on Sunday
The heavily inked stunner wore a face full of makeup for the outing, including foundation, bronzer, dark eyeshadow, and nude lip gloss.
Wearing her dark brown locks loosely curled, she accessorized her look with square earrings and sheer heels.
Arabella’s showstopping look comes just a day after she shared a completely different photo – one where she was covered in mud and carrying a heavy backpack on the set from SAS Australia.
Sizzling: The 30-year-old showed off her incredible figure in a dazzling neon orange dress, with a single sleeve and a thigh-high slit
She captioned that photo: ‘Carrying 30kg of Bergen … soaking wet, covered in mud … needless to say, this was clearly not the glamorous experience I expected’.
SAS Australia will see its famous participants endure sleep deprivation, interrogation techniques and a variety of physical challenges to see who cuts the mustard.
The lingerie model will be joined by a huge list of celebrities, including Schapelle Corby and publicist Roxy Jacenko.
Au! Arabella shared a photo of the set from SAS Australia. She put it this way: ‘Carrying 30 kg of Bergen … soaking wet, covered in mud … was clearly not the glamorous experience I expected’
Arabella told Daily Mail Australia of the grueling show: ‘Everything was tough, but I’m afraid of heights, so the helicopter [drop] was hectic. ‘
She first made headlines in May when her bitter divorce from NRL star Josh Reynolds took place on Channel Nine’s 60 Minutes.
Arabella, whose real name is Donna Preusker, hopes her upcoming performance in Seven’s SAS Australia will help rebuild her public image.
SAS Australia will premiere Monday, October 19 at 7:30 pm on Channel Seven
Tough: The military-style show allows participants to endure sleep deprivation, interrogation techniques, and physical challenges