Holly Willoughby looked sensational as she prepared to host this week’s episode of Dancing On Ice on Sunday.
The TV presenter, 41, put on a dazzling display as she donned an embellished strapless dress for the show.
The stunning couture piece featured a plunging front while the bottom of the dress was decorated with a dazzling floral display.
Dazzling: Holly Willoughby, 41, cut a glamorous figure as she donned an embellished strapless dress for Sunday’s episode of Dancing On Ice
She wore her tresses in soft waves with a side parting while neatly styling it behind her ear and sporting a radiant makeup palette.
Within minutes, Holly’s dress choice had the approval of her adoring fans as they rushed to compliment the star.
One said: “Absolutely stunning, I love the design of this dress!!”
Natural beauty: Holly looked radiant as she co-hosted the hit ITV dance show
Style icon: Within minutes, Holly’s dress choice had her adoring fans approving as they rushed to compliment the star
Fans: Followers took to Holly’s Instagram to compliment her dress choice
Another commented: “It’s different, I love it”
“Stunning,” another echoed and another fan posted, “perfect as always, love you.”
Holly’s co-star Phillip Schofield looked suave on the night, donning a gray pinstripe suit and basic white polo neck.
As well as being busy presenting Dancing On Ice and This Morning, Holly has also been busy promoting her new show Freeze the Fear with Wim Hof.
Dapper: Holly co-star Phillip Schofield looked suave at night, donning a gray pinstripe suit and basic white polo neck
Chemistry: The co-stars hit the right notes with their sets on the night
High scores: Holly looked stunning in the long dress while Philip looked dapper in his suit at night, while judge Ashley Banjo looked stylish in a brown blazer
She revealed on Friday that she broke down in tears “at numerous points” during filming.
The TV star hosts the adventure program alongside Lee Mack, 53, which sees eight celebrities embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure under the training of extreme athlete Wim Hof, 62.
Wim, also known as The Iceman, will guide VIPs through a series of challenges designed to test their limits, both physical and mental.
Intense: Holly recently revealed that she broke down in tears ‘at many points’ during her new show Freeze the Fear with Wim Hof
Speaking to The One Show on Friday, Holly admitted the show was very “intense” and hard on the celebs.
She said: “It’s not something they get voted for or a popularity contest, they really challenge their minds and bodies.”
“All I can tell you is that it was intense for everyone, there were doctors involved and I was in tears at many points throughout it.
“It was kind of life changing, it’s amazing, it’s one of the best things I’ve ever done.”
Screen stars: The presenter hosts the adventure program alongside Lee Mack, 53, which sees eight celebrities embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure under the training of extreme athlete Wim Hof, 62.
The likes of Strictly Come Dancing pro Dianne Buswell, 32, rapper Professor Green, 38, and actress Tamzin Outhwaite, 51, will be among the group of participating stars.
They will be seen living together in a tent village in sub-zero temperatures, surrounded by dramatic, icy northern Italian scenes.
Joining them will be musical theater legend Alfie Boe, 48, singer Chelcee Grimes, 29, and presenter and former gymnast Gabby Logan, 48.
Challenged: The stars will live together in a tent village in sub-zero temperatures (LR Owain Wyn Evans, Chelcee Grimes, Gabby Logan, Dianne Buswell, Patrice Evra, Alfie Boe, Professor Green and Tamzin Outhwaite)
Welsh meteorologist Owain Wyn Evans, 37, and French footballer Patrice Evra, 40, are also part of the cast.
Each week, they’ll complete grueling challenges, which gradually become more daring as the series progresses.
Under Wim’s encouragement, celebrities will reap the rewards of cold water therapy and face a unique test of mental toughness.
Frozen: Celebrities will embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure under the training of extreme athlete Wim Hof, 62
Wim has dedicated his life to showing others that they can achieve things they thought were impossible.
He has already used special techniques to control his mind and body during a barefoot half marathon above the Arctic Circle, immersed himself in ice for 1h52 and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania only with his shorts and shoes.
Talented: Wim has baffled the world of science for decades with his bizarre ability to withstand freezing temperatures