Twerking influencer slammed for honouring war dead by shaking ‘juicy a**e’

A influencer's provocative dance moves have sparked outrage after she shared a clip of her shaking her rear and flaunting her abs to commemorate the war dead.

Bianka Ismailovski was hit with fierce backlash today (Tuesday, April 25) after she posted a video of herself twerking to mark Anzac Day.

Anzac Day is a national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand to commemorate all who served and died in all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations.

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The Australian Instagrammer posted the clip of her twerking in a crop top to mark the memorial day.

Bianka captioned the controversial post: "Spent this morning twerking but then remembered it's Anzac Day so I guess I'm throwing it back for them. Lest we forget x."

The annual event, which is held on April 25, also marks the anniversary of the ill-fated Gallipoli landings in Turkey in 1915 during the First World War, as reports The Mirror.

Despite the stark backlash, Ismailovski defended her decision in another video, insisting that it wasn't disrespectful and that she is "Bette Midler at this point."

"I know some people are going to be that's disrespectful, but is it? Me shaking this beautiful, juicy a**e. I'm doing it for the troops, we all honour in our own way," she said.

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"I'm doing what I think they would like if I'm honest."

Countless people took to social media to call out her actions, including fellow Instagrammers.

Watchdog account Influencer Tea Aus commented: "This ain't it. Comedian or not… humour has its place. I don't think Anzac Day is it."

Australia's Prime Minister Anthony Albanese spoke to more than 30,000 people at the War Memorial in the capital Canberra for the first Anzac Day since his government was elected almost a year ago.

"Gallipoli is just one battle in our history, but in all its stories of valour and resilience, in its simple truth of Australians looking out for each other no matter how bad things got, it has come to stand for something so much bigger in our collective heart," he said.

His government chose the eve of Anzac Day to release a review of the nation's defence force which warned China's growing military strength and assertiveness meant Australia's geographic isolation did not provide the protection from the global conflict that it once did.

In the UK, Prince William attended a dawn service to commemorate Anzac Day.

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The Prince of Wales laid a wreath during the 5 am ceremony at Hyde Park, where members of the Armed Forces and the public also gathered.

Last night, the Royal Family shared a post on its official Twitter page to remember all those who died while serving their country.

It tweeted: "This #AnzacDay, we pay tribute to all the men and women in the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, who served and died in wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations."

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