X Factor babe Janet Devlin strips naked to bare all for new music video

X Factor's Janet Devlin has well and truly shed every part of the sweet and innocent persona she rose to fame on the ITV talent show with.

The Scottish songstress has shown off her artistic side in a captivating video for her new single Honest Men.

During the haunting new clip, Janet 25, showcases her stunning vocals as she strips down to flaunt her trim frame.

Wearing nothing but a tiny pair of knickers, Janet covers herself in gold paint before dancing around a single light bulb.

Covered her to down in paint and glitter, Janet leaves little to the imagination as she belts out the track.

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Meanwhile, a second scene sees Janet rock a bright lip and nothing more as she performs in the nude.

Keen to keep the clip artistically tasteful, the former ITV star can be seen sprawling on the floor with nothing but white rose petals to keep her modesty intact.

Posting a segment of the video on her official Instagram page, Janet wrote: "Link in my bio to watch the music video for Honest Men.

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"It’d mean the world if you could."

Gushing over the video, one fan praised: "Amazing! Plastic and musically spectacular. Impacting, extraordinary. We are living wonderful moments! Congratulations, Janet."

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Another added: "I love the fact that you are paying for all of these yourself, that you are independent. This is fantastic. I hope you get the recognition you deserve."

"This is such an amazing piece of music. It has a real "crowd" feel to it, you could easily hear a crowd sing along to the chorus – which makes it very powerful," a third praised.

Janet Devlin's Honest Men is available to stream now

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