The former X Factor star has made no secret of her love of cosmetic surgery, having undergone a number of procedures over the years.
Taking to Instagram, the 26-year-old put her new enhanced bottom on full display as she posed for a selfie.
The former glamour model flew out to Turkey for the procedure and discussed her reasons for having the operation with her 1.6million followers.
In a number of Instagram stories, she explained: “So guys, I’m one day after surgery.
“I did have to have my butt implants out because they had dropped so much and they were causing me a lot of problems shape-wise.
“I had them replaced with higher, better-shaped, better-positioned slightly larger implants.”
However, the babe also dished out some words of advice for her followers.
In a separate snap, she explained: “I really don’t want to promote young girls to get surgery and stuff because it’s not always going to be better.”
Chloe also hinted that she had had a second procedure done during her trip but wouldn’t reveal what it was.
“I’ll be explaining all about that soon”, she teased.
The former Celebrity Big Brother star admitted that she “can’t sit down for a couple of weeks” following her latest surgery which saw her go from 330cc implants to 440cc implants.
The former singer has spent more than £100,000 on sculpting her figure, including multiple nose jobs and breast implants.
However, the busty babe hasn’t always had a good experience with her surgeries and was left with medical issues after her nose job in 2017.
Speaking on This Morning, she revealed to hosts Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield that a recent rhinoplasty had left her unable to breathe and smell properly.
“I can’t smell and I can’t actually breathe through my nose anymore. I woke up during surgery. It was a disaster from the get-go. I have to tape it 20 hours a day with a roll of medical tape.
She later went for full reconstructive surgery, using tissue taken from her ear and despite her unfortunate incident has revealed she would still consider having further cosmetic enhancements in the future.