Strictly Come Dancing’s Saffron Barker puts on a busty display at YouTube event

Strictly Come Dancing star Saffron Barker often shares most aspects of her life with her loyal followers through her social media and YouTube channel and this weekend was no different.

Saffron, who boasts a staggering 3.6million YouTube subscribers appeared on stage at the annual YouTube convention, VidCon held at London's ExCel centre.

Over the course of the weekend, the blonde bombshell kept her 1.4million Instagram followers up to date with the convention which saw her host panel talks as well as a meet and greet for those lucky enough to secure her in a "random ballot".

Sharing a string of snaps to her Instagram, Saffron, 19, oozed glamour in a pink vest top, Power Puff Girls jeans and a pair of pink killer stiletto heels.

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She wore her blonde locks in loose waves, cascading down her back as she smiled away from the camera.

The online sensation captioned her snap: "See you all soon @vidcon bby".

Her snap which has racked up almost 140,000 likes was instantly inundated with compliments from fans.

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One of her follower's commented: "Beautiful".

A second added: "What a beautiful person to wake up to! Love you darling!"

While a third went on to say: "Looking hot as ever!"

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Saffron, who recently appeared on This Morning claimed that making YouTube videos is "absolutely" her real job.

She went on to reveal that her job on social media has "opened so many doors" such as Strictly, which saw her partnered with AJ Pritchard.

Speaking to host Ruth Langsford, Saffron said: "I work all day, every day. Whether it be creating content or doing other things as well. I think the great thing with social media is it can lead to so many other opportunities, like Strictly.

"It's cool because I'm doing YouTube, but I'm also doing mainstream media, so it's great. A lot of people ask, 'is it sustainable?' And I think definitely because it opens so many doors."

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