Bella Thorne proudly shows off cleavage while out and about in New York .
She can constantly be seen in provocative looks.
But Bella Thorne gave fans another reason to raise their eyebrows.
The 20-year-old actress was spotted showing off her unshaven armpit hair while out and about in New York City on Sunday.
The talented star was seen lifting her arm to handcomb her hair as her other bodily hair was in plain sight.
The unconventional body hair should come as no surprise as she is often seen showing off the fuzz in her underarm.
It has been a busy day for the starlet as she was posed up at the SiriusXM Studios in the Big Apple earlier in the day.
The former Disney star complemented her burnt-orange hair with a sheer scarlet top and matching $265 Pinko trousers.
Bella, who is dating the scraggly-haired 31-year-old rapper Mod Sun and shares a puppy called Tampon with him, accentuated her features with makeup.
She slung a red and canary yellow MSGM purse cross-body from her right shoulder, balancing on a sky-high pair of crimson-laced white stilettos.
The Famous In Love starlet gathered her hair back into a high ponytail and clasped on a few necklaces including a cross.
Bella, whose father died in a 2007 motorcycle accident, appears to have an affinity for startlingly older men – before Mod Sun, she briefly dated Scott Disick, 34.
The actress starred opposite Patrick Schwarzenegger – the hunky 24-year-old son of Arnold Schwarzenegger – in Midnight Sun, a film out two months ago.
Directed by Scott Speer, Midnight Sun is a remake of a 2006 Japanese film about a teen girl with the genetic disorder xeroderma pigmentosum.
Because of her condition, she cannot be in the sun and has to live nocturnally.
With a cast that also includes Rob Riggle and Quinn Shephard, this English-language remake of Norihiro Koizumi’s Taiyō no Uta (Song to the Sun) came out March 23 and currently holds a dismal 17% rating on Rotten Tomatoes .
Patrick is Arnie’s son by Maria Shriver, whose late mother Eunice was the sister of John F. Kennedy, Bobby Kennedy and Teddy Kennedy.
Patrick’s pudgy late granduncle Teddy is the subject of the rather better-reviewed film Chappaquiddick, which holds a 79% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Released last month, Chappaquiddick covers the 1969 incident in which Teddy infamously drove into a tidal channel and swam to safety, leaving 28-year-old passenger Mary Jo Kopechne to die in the Oldsmobile.
Jason Clarke stars as Teddy and Kate Mara – reprising her House Of Cards type as a young woman who perishes in a vehicular incident caused by a ruthless, older male politician – plays Mary Joe.