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Liz Cambage sets pulses racing as she dances in a gingham bikini while debuting a new fringe haircut

She’s one of Australia’s most glamorous female basketball players. 

And Liz Cambage certainly hit a slam dunk with Instagram fans on Wednesday when she uploaded a video of herself dancing in a bikini on the set of a photo shoot.  

Setting pulses racing, the 29-year-old WBNA star showed off her incredible figure in the gingham-print two piece, while also debuting a new fringe hairstyle. 

Slam dunk! Basketball star Liz Cambage, 29, set pulses racing on Tuesday as she danced in a gingham bikini while debuting a new fringe haircut on Instagram 

During her performance, Liz was seen mouthing along to the song ‘Not The Bayang’ by ItsJustNyissa & Yung Bleu, while ruffling up her fringe for the camera.  

The word ‘bayang’ is a slang term referring to a fringe.

In her caption, Liz wrote: ‘Oop we did it again,’ while making sure to tag her hair and makeup artists.  

New 'do: During her performance, Liz was seen mouthing along to the song 'Not The Bayang' by ItsJustNyissa & Yung Bleu, while ruffling up her fringe for the camera

New ‘do: During her performance, Liz was seen mouthing along to the song ‘Not The Bayang’ by ItsJustNyissa & Yung Bleu, while ruffling up her fringe for the camera 

It’s unclear whether Liz was wearing a wig for the photo shoot or whether she’s cut a permanent fringe into her own hair. 

It comes after Liz joked she’d be raking in the money should she join subscription-based site OnlyFans. 

According to The Herald Sun, the brunette made the comment during an Instagram live chat with NBA trainer Chris Johnson in April, where she said: ‘The amount of money I could be making off Only Fans is crazy – what am I doing sitting here?’

Permanent change? It's unclear whether Liz was wearing a wig for the photo shoot or whether she's cut a permanent fringe into her own hair. Pictured on Wednesday with her fringe hairstyle

Pictured: Liz is previously posing without a fringe

Permanent change? It’s unclear whether Liz was wearing a wig for the photo shoot or whether she’s cut a permanent fringe into her own hair. Pictured left on Wednesday with her fringe hairstyle, pictured right previously without a fringe 

Missing out: It comes after Liz joked she'd be raking in the money should she join subscription-based site OnlyFans in April

Missing out: It comes after Liz joked she’d be raking in the money should she join subscription-based site OnlyFans in April 

OnlyFans is a subscription-based adult website where content can range from something as innocent as a suggestive selfie, all the way to hardcore pornography.

But Liz went on to joke that while she may consider joining a subscription site in the future, it would be a standalone site of her own.

‘It would need to be called something else though,’ she added. ‘If I was going to do something like that, like sell members only content, I’d build my own base. Why not.’

Making money: Liz went on to joke that while she may consider joining a subscription site in the future, it would be a standalone site of her own

Making money: Liz went on to joke that while she may consider joining a subscription site in the future, it would be a standalone site of her own

A number of stars have made millions out of using the adult subscription service, including former professional surfer Ellie-Jean Coffey and Love Island star Vanessa Sierra.

Former V8 Supercars driver-turned-OnlyFans star Renee Gracie, 25, told Daily Mail Australia in October that she had raked in close to $2million in less than a year.

Liz, who is believed to earn more than $650,000 per season in the WNBA, is no stranger to stripping down to lingerie for slinky photoshoots.

In October, she stripped down for a steamy shoot for Playboy, where she opened up about her sexuality.

Stunner: Liz, who is believed to earn more than $650,000 per season in the WNBA, is no stranger to stripping down to lingerie for slinky photoshoots

Stunner: Liz, who is believed to earn more than $650,000 per season in the WNBA, is no stranger to stripping down to lingerie for slinky photoshoots

‘I’ve never embraced my sexuality in public. Me doing Playboy is me celebrating my sexuality like, ‘Yeah, I am a straight six-foot-eight woman who likes to have sex.’ I’m a human, it’s what we do,’ she said.

‘As a female athlete, I feel like I’m not allowed to be sexy and I’m not allowed to be that person. All society wants from me is to sit down, shut up, go to training and play my sport,’ she added.

Liz went on to say she has felt ‘a lot of pressure on my sexual identification’ and she’s ‘spent years confused’.

‘Am I straight? Am I bi? Is there something wrong with me that I’m not attracted to girls? Everyone’s always expecting me to be gay. I’m like, ‘No, I love men’,’ she said. 

Speaking out: 'I've never embraced my sexuality in public. Me doing Playboy is me celebrating my sexuality like, "Yeah, I am a straight six-foot-eight woman who likes to have sex." I'm a human, it's what we do,' she said. Pictured in 2019

Speaking out: ‘I’ve never embraced my sexuality in public. Me doing Playboy is me celebrating my sexuality like, ‘Yeah, I am a straight six-foot-eight woman who likes to have sex.’ I’m a human, it’s what we do,’ she said. Pictured in 2019

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