Tallia Storm was left red-faced by a hilarious nudge as she stuns in a plunging black corset

THIS is the awkward moment Tallia Storm was left red-faced by a hilarious snub as she stunned in a plunging black corset.

The Scottish singer went out into the street Glasgow weeks after she landed them first radio appearance at the Capital Scotland Breakfast.

Tallia spotted a photo of herself on a passing bus


Tallia spotted a photo of herself on a passing busPhoto credit: Instagram
The singer took the snub on Instagram lightly


The singer took the snub on Instagram lightlyPhoto credit: Instagram
She shared the hilarious moment with her Instagram followers


She shared the hilarious moment with her Instagram followersPhoto credit: Instagram

The blonde bombshell noticed a picture of herself on a passing bus as she tried to stop and chat to the public.

Points to the vehicleshe exclaimed in the clip, “Sorry I didn’t mean to bother you but I’m on the bus.”

But when the punters didn’t seem bothered by her success, her face turned red.

She captioned the video, “If absolutely nobody cares.”

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Tallia looked stunning in a black corset and low-rise cargo pants.

Speaking to her 545,000 followers, she said: “What do you mean guys?

“Jokes aside, I can’t believe the buses that took me to school are floating around Glasgow with my face on them.

“What a pinch-me moment! Here’s to a million more laughs on the brand new Capital Scotland Breakfast show Monday to Friday 6am to 10am. I hope to make you all proud.”

Fans of the Scottish beauty flocked to the comments to react to the hilarious blunder.

One wrote: “Awesome have a great day.”

Another added: “I love this moment for you.”

A third added: “People are just rude!”

A fourth said: “Haha you made me laugh.”

A fifth commented: “Brilliant. Keep smiling, it helps a lot.”

Tallia previously opened up about her excitement about her own radio show and what it was like “a dream becomes true”.

Following the announcement, she said: “My first-ever radio gig at Capital in my hometown with Fat is a dream come true and coming full circle moment. I grew up listening to Capital on my way to school, so that means.” The world is back in Scotland and part of the Capital family.

“Scotland has such a special place in my heart and I’ve been looking for the right opportunity to come back home, so I’m really looking forward to this new role – teasing pranks with Fat and waking up the nation.”

“We’re both obsessed with music and pop culture, so this is a match made in heaven, literally. We’re hoping to have some famous guests on the show as well, I’d love to take that with me.” Lewis Capaldi I can’t stop listening to his new album and watching his hilarious videos.

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“We’re going to bring energy, mayhem and hits all morning long and I’m super excited to get going and make some new friends along the way.”

We also told how Tallia recently passed her driver’s test and told fans how she herself drove to work on the freeway for the first time.

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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