Holly Willoughby turns Jessica Rabbit as she wows in plunging red dress
Looking stylish as always, Holly Willoughby opened tonight’s Dancing On Ice in a bold and beautiful red gown.
Designed by Iris Serban, the gorgeous, flowing red dress features a daring thigh-high split, an off-the-shoulder sleeve and nipped in at the waist to accentuate the TV host’s slender figure.
Holly wore the dress with matching strappy red sandals from designer Sophia Webster and finished off the look with a simple pair of William & Son earrings.
The This Morning host styled her trademark blonde hair into a shoulder-length, classy wavy hairdo paired with understated and glam makeup made up of red lips and long lashes.
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Fans rushed to social media to share comments on Holly’s outfit tonight.
One fan posted a picture of Holly’s look tonight alongside the caption: "My favourite time of the week, always looking forward to the amazing Holly Willoughby on Dancing on Ice.
"Admiring her lovely gowns, along with her beautiful makeup and hair… A natural beauty, a red lip always males a more glamorous look."
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One fan tweeted saying: "All I can say is, Holly Willoughby in that red dress… WOW."
While another said: "It doesn’t matter what Holly Willoughby wears; she always looks amazing.
"Beautiful red dress tonight on a beautiful lady," Followed by the hashtag "Dancing On Ice".
The TV host, who presents Dancing On Ice with Phillip Schofield, opened tonight’s show with an emotional tribute to long-term ITV colleague Caroline Flack, who tragically took her own life on Saturday (February 15).
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Former Lover Island host Caroline was asked to step down from the show after she was arrested on suspicion of assaulting her boyfriend Lewis Burton at her north London flat in December last year, which both her and Lewis denied.
An emotional Phil said: "Welcome to Dancing On Ice. We’d like to begin tonight’s show by taking a moment to remember Caroline Flack in light of yesterday’s awful news. All our thoughts are with her family."
Holly added: "Many of us knew her personally as a friend. As Caroline once posted, in a world where you can be anything, be kind."
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