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Dove Cameron, while doing some marketing for her singing career, gave her fans an eyeful on Instagram.

The actress took a provocative photo of herself wearing a sparkly blue dress that revealed a hint of cleavage on the social media platform. The picture below, with a curtain in the background and some amazing blue eyeshadow to match, seemed to show her posing for a photo shoot.

The snap gained some viral attention, but also helped to promote her new project to Cameron.

With Cameron’s followers, the snap was a huge success, racking up more than 100,000 likes in just 10 minutes after she had posted it.

To lavish praise on Cameron for her jaw-dropping appearance, many took to the comments section.

“Love all of this,” one fan commented.

Others flooded the comments section with emoji of fire and heart-eyes, using the photos to spell out their affection for the good looks of the actress and singer.

Cameron’s posts attract a lot of coverage on a regular basis, both on social media and between celebrity news outlets.

“Hi all, we know there have been some rumors and confusion lately about the status of our relationship and we wanted to set the record straight. In October, Thomas and I decided to part ways,” she told fans. 

“The decision was incredibly difficult, but we still have love for each other and will remain friends. Thank you for allowing us our privacy in this time,” she shared in an Instagram story.

The image also caught some viral publicity, racking up in about an hour almost a quarter of a million likes.

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Social media is used by Cameron to do more than just post those intimate glimpses of herself. She uses her broad reach regularly to share positive messages, supporting body positivity and self-discovery.

Cameron suggested, as Just Jared Jr. wrote, that “We Belong” is also a way to inspire individuals to be more associated with their inner needs. She said that before entering a link with anyone else, a person needs to be able to “feel your own chemistry and your own true north and your own compass”

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