Holly Willoughby looks radiant in slinky white off-the-shoulder gown for Dancing On Ice

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Holly Willoughby was a vision in white as she donned a slinky full-length gown for Dancing On Ice. She hosts the show alongside Phillip Schofield. 

The star posted a photo on Instagram ahead of the live show as the celebrities take to the ice for musicals week.

She showed off her glorious outfit, tagging designer Emilia Wickstead. 

“It’s musicals week on @dancingonice and we welcome the wonderful @arlenephillips to the judging panel,” Holly wrote.

“See you on @itv at 6pm… #hwstyle dress by @emiliawickstead jewellery by @yokolondonpearls shoes by @ginashoesofficial,” she added.

Holly’s blonde bob was styled into ca classic side parting with flicked up sides. 

She paired her simple white gown with a red lip and dainty gold necklace. 

The mum-of-three closed her eyes and beamed as she raised one hand up to her tresses. 

Laura Adlington replied: “The dress,” alongside love a heart eyes emoji. 

Fan account Holly Wills UK added: “You look great !!” 

Joanne wrote: “Stunning”. 

This week, former Strictly Come Dancing star Arlene Phillips will be joining as a guest judge. 

It will be the first time the programme has had five judges on the panel, as she joins Olympic ice legends Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, Ashley Banjo and Oti Mabuse.

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Arlene told The Express: “As a choreographer, I think Jayne and Chris’s Bolero at the Olympics will never be surpassed.

“When you talk about perfection, that piece was the most beautifully crafted piece of dance on ice.

“It remains as iconic today as it was when they first performed it. The timing they created within the music, and the way they used the music is stunning.

“People can recreate it as many times as they like but what they did was just incredible.

“I’ve met them quite a few times but I’m looking forward to working with them.”

The 78-year-old also told The Sun: “I’m most excited to be sitting in the judge’s chair but I love movement of dance and if it’s on ice, even better.

“I am going to be honest and fair and coming from my own place and where scoring should be.

“I may not match anybody else but I’ll be me. I think I’m going to be the straight talker.”

  • Dancing On Ice continues Sunday, February 20 at 6pm, on ITV

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