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alert-–-joy-corrigan-thought-her-bikini-modeling-career-‘would-be-over’-after-removing-breast-implants-10-months-ago-but-it’s-‘better-than-ever’Alert – Joy Corrigan thought her bikini modeling career ‘would be over’ after removing breast implants 10 months ago but it’s ‘better than ever’

Joy Corrigan thought her bikini modeling career ‘would be over’ after removing her breast implants 10 months ago, but her new body was applauded when she walked the runway at the annual Paraiso Miami Swim Week.

‘My health has improved greatly,’ the 35-year-old 3D Model – who boasts 1.6M social media followers – wrote on Monday.

‘I feel more vibrant, full of life, and most importantly healthier than ever! I was nervous coming back to Swim Week this year with a different look. Walking down the runway and doing beach photo shoots in swimsuits had me worried about how I would be perceived. 

‘I pushed through and was brave despite my fears. I embraced my new self. I’m falling in love with the way I look because I feel amazing about my health and how I feel, and that’s what matters to me.’

Joy is ‘beyond grateful’ that her career ‘is thriving’ with recent modeling gigs for Beach Bunny Swimwear and Cupshe during Paraiso Miami Swim Week, which took place from May 30 to June 2.

Joy Corrigan thought her bikini modeling career 'would be over' after removing her breast implants 10 months ago, but her new body was applauded when she walked the runway at the annual Paraiso Miami Swim Week (pictured June 2)

Joy Corrigan pictured at Paraiso Miami Swim Week in June 2023

2024 vs 2023: Joy Corrigan thought her bikini modeling career ‘would be over’ after removing her breast implants 10 months ago, but her new body was applauded when she walked the runway at the annual Paraiso Miami Swim Week

‘I’ve learned that even if you have insecurities, push through and be strong because that’s what makes you beautiful and strong,’ Corrigan continued.

‘I hope this post encourages at least one person to realize you don’t need to alter your body to have a successful career or to be loved. We all have fears — be brave and do the thing that scares you the most! You are beautiful just the way you are. Thank you to everyone who has supported me on this journey! Love you.’

Last August, the Naked Species swimwear co-founder underwent an explant with total capsulectomy procedure (costing $12K) at Dr. David Rankin’s Aqua Plastic Surgery clinic in Jupiter, FL.

Joy documented her medical journey on September 5, revealing she ‘was terrified to go into surgery’ but ‘as soon as it was done their was a huge sense of relief and freedom, I instantly knew that I made the right choice.’

Corrigan has been an outspoken advocate of breast implant illness which has a long list of symptoms including joint and muscle pain, adrenal fatigue, brain fog, unexplained skin rashes, dry eyes, and gastrointestinal problems.

Other BII symptoms include breathing problems, sleep disturbance, dry mouth, anxiety, depression, headaches, and hair loss – according to breastcancer.org.

The Massachusetts-born beauty was supported throughout her medical ordeal by her family, friends, and boyfriend – Stealth CEO Ted Dhanik – whom she hasn’t been pictured with since.

Joy and her sister Gina Corrigan Smith co-founded the clothing company Naked Species, which donates 10% of all proceeds to the non-profit organization for endangered species, Wild Tomorrow Fund.

Corrigan – who commands $475 on Cameo – is every bit the influencer with paid partnerships for brands like Alo, Soursop Nutrition Supplements, G-DEFY clothing, Innersense Organic Beauty, and Clarins cosmetics.

The 5ft8in blonde bombshell grew up on a small farm in North Carolina with her nine siblings before being scouted at age 14 in a Raleigh mall.

The 35-year-old 3D Model wrote on Monday: I feel more vibrant, full of life, and most importantly healthier than ever! I was nervous coming back to Swim Week this year with a different look. Walking down the runway and doing beach photo shoots in swimsuits had me worried about how I would be perceived' (pictured June 2)

The 35-year-old 3D Model wrote on Monday: I feel more vibrant, full of life, and most importantly healthier than ever! I was nervous coming back to Swim Week this year with a different look. Walking down the runway and doing beach photo shoots in swimsuits had me worried about how I would be perceived’ (pictured June 2)

Joy continued: 'I pushed through and was brave despite my fears. I embraced my new self. I'm falling in love with the way I look because I feel amazing about my health and how I feel, and that's what matters to me' (pictured May 31)

Joy continued: ‘I pushed through and was brave despite my fears. I embraced my new self. I’m falling in love with the way I look because I feel amazing about my health and how I feel, and that’s what matters to me’ (pictured May 31)

Corrigan is 'beyond grateful' that her career 'is thriving' with recent modeling gigs for Beach Bunny Swimwear and Cupshe during Paraiso Miami Swim Week, which took place from May 30 to June 2 (pictured May 31)

Corrigan is ‘beyond grateful’ that her career ‘is thriving’ with recent modeling gigs for Beach Bunny Swimwear and Cupshe during Paraiso Miami Swim Week, which took place from May 30 to June 2 (pictured May 31)

The Naked Species swimwear co-founder added: 'I've learned that even if you have insecurities, push through and be strong because that's what makes you beautiful and strong' (pictured May 30)

The Naked Species swimwear co-founder added: ‘I’ve learned that even if you have insecurities, push through and be strong because that’s what makes you beautiful and strong’ (pictured May 30)

Last August, Joy underwent an explant with total capsulectomy procedure (costing $12K) at Dr. David Rankin's (L) Aqua Plastic Surgery clinic in Jupiter, FL

Last August, Joy underwent an explant with total capsulectomy procedure (costing $12K) at Dr. David Rankin’s (L) Aqua Plastic Surgery clinic in Jupiter, FL

Corrigan documented her medical journey on September 5, revealing she 'was terrified to go into surgery' but 'as soon as it was done their was a huge sense of relief and freedom, I instantly knew that I made the right choice'

Corrigan documented her medical journey on September 5, revealing she ‘was terrified to go into surgery’ but ‘as soon as it was done their was a huge sense of relief and freedom, I instantly knew that I made the right choice’ 

The Massachusetts-born beauty has been an outspoken advocate of breast implant illness which has a long list of symptoms including joint and muscle pain, adrenal fatigue, brain fog, unexplained skin rashes, dry eyes, and gastrointestinal problems

The Massachusetts-born beauty has been an outspoken advocate of breast implant illness which has a long list of symptoms including joint and muscle pain, adrenal fatigue, brain fog, unexplained skin rashes, dry eyes, and gastrointestinal problems 

Joy was supported throughout her medical ordeal by her family, friends, and boyfriend - Stealth CEO Ted Dhanik (R) - whom she hasn't been pictured with since

Joy was supported throughout her medical ordeal by her family, friends, and boyfriend – Stealth CEO Ted Dhanik (R) – whom she hasn’t been pictured with since

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