GEORDIE Shore star Chloe Ferry took to Twitter to post a tribute to her dead nan today.
But the tribute to her grandmother backfired when she was branded 'disrespectful' for sharing a picture of her nan in hospital.
In the photo, Chloe is smiling next to her nan who is lying in a hospital bed with an oxygen mask over her face.
"RIP nanna love you so much! Never forgotten," Chloe Ferry wrote in the tweet shared with her 513k Twitter followers.
And fans were quick to criticise Chloe's post – which she later deleted.
"Disrespectful," one fan commented.
"It's not even a nice photo, her nan is proper flopped over," another wrote.
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Chloe gets fans speculating with revealing snap accompanied with a cryptic tweet [Chloe Ferry/Instagram]
From posing naked on Instagram to getting hot and steamy with Charlotte Crosby on Geordie Shore, we take a look back at Chloe Ferry's most outrageous moments
While a third fan tweeted: "You silly girl, think before you tweet about sensitive things in future."
The 21 year old wore a nude bodysuit that clung to her every curve.
She teamed the Kim Kardashian-style outfit with thigh-high boots.
But despite Chloe Ferry's eye for cutting-edge style, fans were left confused by her outfit.
"What the heck is Chloe wearing?" one fan asked.
"WTF is Chloe wearing? Looks like granny undies," another observed.
"Don't even look like her in this," another said.
But despite the comments on her New Year's Eve look, Chloe had a great time at the bash with her Geordie Shore friends.
Charlotte Crosby, Marnie Simpson and Sophie Kasaei all rang in the New Year together.
Charlotte took to Instagram to share a video of her and Chloe dancing around the kitchen like chickens.
"Seeing in the new year like chicken," Charlotte commented on the video shared with her 5.4m followers.
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