Holly Willoughby hosted Dancing On Ice 2024 on Sunday night and stunned in a plunging red dress.
The 43-year-old presenter stunned on the ITV show, which she currently co-stars with Stephen Mulhern, in a glamorous number that clung to her gorgeous curves.
She completed her look with matching red strappy heels and added an extra touch of elegance with a silver necklace.
Her short blonde hair was worn in a sleek cropped style, and she opted for a glowing makeup look completed with a slicked-in bright pink lip.
Sharing the look on Instagram ahead of the show, she wrote in the caption, “Tonight we celebrate 40 years of @torvillanddeanofficial’s iconic bolero at @dancingonice… So many special moments and memories at tonight’s show It’s packed. @itv See you at 6:24 (accurate!).”
Holly Willoughby stunned in a plunging red dress as she hosted Dancing On Ice 2024 on Sunday night
The 43-year-old presenter wowed in the glamorous number that clung to her gorgeous curves on the ITV show, which she currently hosts with Stephen Mulhern.
Ahead of the show, she shared a beautiful snap of her look on her Instagram, tagging the designer
Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean broke their silence on Wednesday morning about their retirement from ice skating.
Jayne, 66, and Christopher, 65, skated at the Sarajevo Winter Olympics on Valentine’s Day in 1984, winning gold and earning the highest ever score in a single performance.
The British skating duo will embark on their final UK tour next year, but it will be their incandescent song and mark 50 years since they formed their skating partnership in 1975, before officially hanging up their skates. It turns out.
on wednesday Good Morning Britain hosts Ed Balls and Charlotte Hawkins spoke to the pair in their first interview since announcing their retirement.
Live from Sarajevo, where the couple won gold at the Olympics, the iconic duo joined GMB, where discussions began about a final farewell tour.
As for why the duo felt now was the right time, Chris said, “Well, 40 years ago was a long time ago.” In fact, next year in 2025, we’ve been skating together for 50 years and we’re so excited to say, “We’ve had a great time, but it’s time to retire a little bit and hang up our skates.” I thought it was a nice number. .
“I won’t be touring anymore except for the last tour I want to do next year.”
Jayne said: “I feel like this will be our last tour, but it will be a celebration of everything we’ve been through since winning the Olympics in 1984. “The door has opened,” he added.
She completed her look with matching red strappy heels and added even more elegance with a silver necklace
Her short blonde hair was worn in a sleek cropped style and she opted for a glowing makeup look completed with a sleek light pink lip
She was in her element as she opened the show with co-presenter Stephen, who wore a black suit
They were busy showcasing various celebrity acts
she looked gorgeous as always
She’s back on screen after a break after leaving work this morning.
She and Stephen often compliment each other on the show.
Tonight’s show celebrates 40 years since Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean announced their retirement
Jayne, 66, and Christopher, 65, skated at the Sarajevo Winter Olympics on Valentine’s Day 1984, winning gold and earning the highest ever score for a single performance.
The pair looked as charming as ever on Sunday night’s show.
Dancing on Ice’s Roxy Shahidi and Lou Saunders left the series last Sunday night after a shocking double elimination.
In a first for this skating show, the couple in last place withdrew from the competition, and the remaining two skaters finished skating.
Emmerdale’s Roxy and her dance partner Sylvain Longchambon were the couple who received the lowest score and were automatically eliminated from the show after finishing in the bottom three.
Host Holly, who learned of the news that she would be leaving the show, said, “It’s too cruel for her to leave like this.” My heart is broken for you.
Roxy, who previously sprained her shoulder during training, said she was disappointed she didn’t get a chance to perform in the skate-off after being voted out.
She said: “I’m really proud of what I’ve done and the whole experience has been incredible.”
Jayne, who received 24.5 points from the judges, said, “I did an assisted jump in the judges’ challenge, so my score is a little low.”
She added that she would have liked to see more skating, and Christopher Dean agreed, saying he wanted her to be a little more independent.
Judge Oti Mabuse said he was saddened by the performance as he felt it was “a little lacking”.
Comedian Lou Saunders and partner Colin Grafton will be skating alongside Ricky Norwood and Annette Dyitt.
Unfortunately for them, judges Oti Mabuse, Jayne, Christopher, and guest judge American figure skater Johnny Weird chose Ricky as the night’s winner, and Lou’s time on the show ended. Ta.
Dancing on Ice’s Roxie Shahidi (pictured) and Lou Saunders left the series last Sunday night after a shock double elimination
After being eliminated, Lou (pictured) joked: “The important thing is to never give up, so I’ll be back next week.”
After the loss, Lu quipped, “The important thing is to never give up, so I’ll be back next week.”
She continued, “I had the best time of my life, thank you.” [Colin] He said his insurance has gone up since working with me. ”
The jam-packed show started with a shocking twist as host Stephen announced there would be a double elimination.
Holly, who celebrated her 43rd birthday on Saturday, will also be the first on Dancing on Ice as the bottom couple will leave the competition immediately, leaving two more couples to skate. He also talked about that.
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