She rose to fame in 2006 when she appeared in the seventh series of Big Brother.
And Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace looked worse for wear as she headed home in a taxi following the National Reality TV Awards in London on Monday night.
The TV personality, 40, wore a daring green gown with thigh-high splits and a perilously plunging neckline, giving a glimpse at her ample assets and long pins.
Late night: Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace, 40, looked worse for wear as she left the National Reality TV Awards in London in a cab on Monday night
Aisleyne looked a tad out of sorts in the back of the cab as she was seen giggling and pouting after the plush awards ceremony at Porchester Hall.
The star, who is also a model and columnist, coupled her green number with a pair of black strappy heels and a matching Gucci belt.
She wore her blonde tresses in a loose and flowing style, and accessorised with a small black leather bag.
The reality star was seen out and about back in July wearing multiple bandages after a series of surgeries.
Eye-popping: The TV personality wore a daring shimmering green gown with thigh high splits and a perilously plunging neckline, giving a glimpse at her ample assets and long pins
Blurry: Aisleyne looked a tad out of sorts in the back of the cab as she was seen giggling and pouting after the plush awards ceremony in Porchester Hall
She also donned a black compression garment which was wrapped around her face and neck, and the creases of eyelids appeared to be severely burnt.
The outspoken television personality wore a tight, three-quarter length sleeve shrug made from the same type of material, and a cream bandage was wrapped around her bosom beneath a white sports bra.
In March, Aisleyne suffered a PTSD attack after fearing her home was being burgled, which left her scrambling for a knife.
The former Big Brother star took to Instagram to share a selfie of herself sitting on the ground holding a kitchen knife, which covered her face, as her dog stood between her legs.
Rain-soaked: Aisleyne wore her blonde tresses long and flowing at accessorised with a small black leather bag
The reality star got candid about the moment she'd believed she was being robbed again and said fearing for her life every evening is 'no way to live', urging anyone suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to not 'suffer in silence'.