Dancing on Ice viewers in awe over Oti Mabuses stunning yellow plunging gown

Oti Mabuse was likened to a "ray of sunshine" and a "Disney princess" when she took to the judging panel on Sunday night's instalment of Dancing on Ice.

Before the show began Oti took to Instagram to give her fans a glimpse at her stunning yellow ensemble, writing a caption alongside the snaps which read: "Yellow sunshine," with a sun emoji.

Fans were quick to swoon over Oti's joyous display, which comprised of a striking yellow floaty gown that featured a plunging neckline.

Oti wore her shoulder length hair tousled, down and framing her face, while she sported a natural makeup look that left her glowing as she sat beside Arlene on the judging panel for Musicals Week.

Flocking to the comments on her Instagram post, one follower said: "Wow. You look like a Disney princess," while another agreed and penned: "You look like a princess…..no seriously."

A third fan commented and asked: "Beauty and the beast reboot?" While a fourth said: "Wow! Stunning dress worn by a STUNNER!"

Someone else then penned: "YOU ARE A RAY OF SUNSHINE," while a sixth said: "You are sunshine, and you brighten up my day to no end."

Another fan then commented on the dress and it's risqué nature by penning: "Beautiful dress. Hopefully won't fall out of it. I could never be brave enough to wear it."

Sunday night's show saw Oti on the judging panel alongside skating legends Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean, Ashley Banjo from Diversity, and guest judge Arlene Phillips from Strictly Come Dancing.

Oti's joyous display came as host of the popular skating show Holly Willoughby donned a dress that was reminiscent of another Disney character.

With princess dresses fast becoming a theme on the ITV programme, last week Holly donned a pink tulle gown, and this week she wore a stunning white floor-length number.

Dancing On Ice airs every Sunday at 6pm on ITV.

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