HOT Hollywood Celebrity Imogen Thomas Sizzling Topless Bikini Pictures

Imogen Mary Thomas is a Welsh glamour model, beauty queen and television personality. She rose to fame in 2003, after winning Miss Wales, and achieved further note in 2006, when she appeared, and lasted three months, in the seventh series of reality TV series Big Brother.

Glamorous Imogen Thomas poses in a tiny bikini as she shoots photographs for her new calender in Marbella, Spain. The ex-"Big Brother" contestant has confirmed that she has landed a role in a Hollywood production - but is keeping tight-lipped on any details of her new big screen venture. Ain't she looking so HOT. Enjoy

Thomas had a relationship with American model Tyson Beckford, whom she first met at the Sanderson Hotel. Since her appearance on Big Brother she has dated Russell Brand, polo player Jamie Morrisson, and footballers Matthew Collins of Swansea City, and Tottenham Hotspur's Jermain Defoe.

In July 2009, it was reported that Thomas was diagnosed with swine flu following a holiday in Marbella. On return to the UK, she was quarantined in her flat.[8]

Thomas actively supports the children's hospice, and will be climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in June 2011 for them.

In April 2011, Thomas was reported in The Sun to have had a six month relationship with an unnamed and married Premier League footballer. A gagging order, known as CTB v News Group Newspapers, was granted in the High Court of England and Wales by Mr Justice Eady, preventing the footballer from being named in the media; it was reported in non-UK media sources that the footballer in question was Ryan Giggs. Thomas subsequently took advice from publicist Max Clifford, who commented: “Imogen never had any desire nor intention to sell her story, however if she had and was able to name the footballer she could easily command £250,000".

On 22 May 2011, the Sunday Herald, a Scottish newspaper, published a thinly disguised photograph of Ryan Giggs on its front page, effectively ending the anonymous court order CTB v News Group Newspapers‎ involving Imogen Thomas. The paper added in its editorial column, "Today we identify the footballer whose name has been linked to a court superinjunction by thousands of postings on Twitter. Why? Because we believe it is unsustainable that the law can be used to prevent newspapers from publishing information that readers can access on the internet at the click of a mouse." On 23 May 2011, Giggs was identified in the House of Commons as the footballer concerned.