Holly Willoughby’s plunging Dancing On Ice outfit has fans swooning yet again

Holly Willoughby's latest addition to her Dancing On Ice wardrobe is another home run for fans.

Holly's gone for a plunging, sparkly black gown, her blonde tresses pulled back but with a loose strand tumbling down one side of her head.

She shared a snap of herself before heading out for the show, penning: "See you at 6pm for @dancingonice on @itv…dress by @berta jewellery by @susannahlovisjewellers."

Fans flocked to the comments section, barely able to contain themselves over the killer new look.

"Absolute girl crush," one gushed.

Another fawned: "Yasssssss you always #slay gurrllllll."

"Gorgeous as always," a third wrote.


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Holly's other oufits have been just as show-stopping, including a Cinderella-esque flowing gown last week for Fairytale Week, and a bridal white dress for the show's third week.

A fourth urged Holly to give co-host Phillip Schofield, who recently came out as gay, a big squeeze: "Beautiful. Please give @schofe a hug and tell him his fans love him."

Phillip came out on Friday, and gave a candid and honest interview with Holly, who he also hosts This Morning with – he's since been flooded with messages of support from adoring fans.


The show sent their best to Phillip ahead of this evening's show, tweeting out a message of support.

They wrote: "Sending our love and support to you and your family, @Schofe."

Dancing On Ice has faced difficulties this series, with the controversy surrounding the now-quit contestant Caprice Bourret.

Among the other contestants are Stacey Solomon's beau Joe Swash, Diversity dance Perri Kiely and former Love Island star Maura Higgins.

It's also the first series to feature a same sex couple – US pro Matt Evers is taking to the ice with Steps singer Ian "H" Watkins.

Their first performance was an emotional one, with judge John Barrowman reduced to tears.

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