Paige Spiranac stripped down to a tiny bra and hot pants as fans saying, “We’re all winners.”

During the Super Bowl this year, Paige Spiranak stripped down to a tiny bra and hot pants, leaving fans gushing with “we’re all winners.”

Known for sharing golf tips and glam photos of herself on social media, Spiranac was recently included on the Maxim Hot 100 list for her influencer career.

Currently, she has 4 million followers on Instagram, 940,000 followers on X and 1.5 million followers on TikTok.

To celebrate the arrival of the Super Bowl, the biggest game in the USA, she put on a bold performance.

During the match, Paige wore a tiny bra and hot pants, bearing both Chiefs and 49ers logos on her outfit.

During the match, Paige wore a tiny bra and hot pants, bearing both Chiefs and 49ers logos on her outfit.

She received praise for her saucy outfit, with one saying, “Thank you queen. We’re all winners.”

Another noted: “Good God Paige, I’m at church, now distracted.”

One person commented: “I’d rather see the camera cut to you in the box seats than Taylor Swift any day of the week.”

Another said: “I’m going for her team.”

(Image : Instagram @_paige.renee)

Earlier this month, Paige showed off her driving simulator on X and challenged her followers to beat it.

A tight-fitting black leggings and crop top covers her physique as she drives the ball 282 yards before walking off with a big smile.

The clip received a lot of love in the comment section, with one fan commenting, “In overdrive.” “Beautiful!” was another comment.

A third wrote, “Yes, but I do not dress as flashily as you do!”

A fourth added, “I’m up for the challenge!”

Earlier this week, Paige showed off her driving simulator on X and challenged her followers to beat it.
(Image : X / @PaigeSpiranac)

About Paige Spiranac :

A former professional golfer, Paige Renee Spiranac (born March 26, 1993) is an American social media personality and golf instructor. She played Division 1 college golf at both the University of Arizona and San Diego State University, winning All-Mountain West Conference honors during the 2012–13 and 2013–14 seasons, and leading the Aztecs to their first Mountain West Conference Championship in 2015.