Bella Hadid bares her bum in a thong bikini during a break in Florida after the festival in Bahamas she promoted was cancelled

BELLA Hadid has been spotted soaking up the sun during a break in Florida after the festival in Bahamas which she promoted was cancelled.

The model was one of the celebrity faces of the Fyre Festival, which was called off at the last minute reportedly leaving party-goers out of pocket and stranded.

Bella was seen frolicking by the pool in Miami, Florida and showing off her bum in a thong bikini as revellers attempted to get home from the Bahamas after the plug was pulled on the exclusive event in Exumas.

The festival was billed as a “cultural moment created from an alchemic blend of music, art, and food” and had been due to take place this weekend.

Organisers include rapper Ja Rule and a host of supermodels, including Bella, were hired to promote the event.

Guests had paid up to £10,000 a ticket, but reports suggest the site was unfinished by the time party-goers turned up and many were left facing squalid conditions before heading home.

Many took to social media to blast the event which has been branded “rich kids of Instagram meets Lord of the Flies”.

Some revellers are demanding a refund and claim they have been stranded at the airport as flights to the island have reportedly been cancelled.

Top supermodels including Emily Ratajkowski, Bella and Hailey Baldwin, were hired to promote the troubled event and are featured on the festival’s website.

Fyre's organisers released a statement via their Instagram account confirming the event has been cancelled and promising refunds to customers.

The statement read: "Fyre Festival set out to provide a once-in-a-lifetime musical experience on the islands of Exuma.

"Due to circumstances beyond our control, we must postpone this experience.

"We are working tirelessly to ensure each guest leaves the island safely and ask for everyone’s patience and cooperation as we continue to provide ongoing updates via email and our official social media channels as they become available, including refund information.

Earlier, the festival bosses blamed "growing pains" for the inaugural event's implosion.

“Thank you for bearing with us as we work through the growing pains that every first year event experiences," the statement read.