She wrote:” Well its back … @dancingonice on @itv at 6pm … its extraordinary that the fantastic team, team and celebs have actually made this occurred … its not been easy and I feel so happy.
” Gosh it feels great to put a sequin on! … thanks to the ladies @patsyoneillmakeup @danniiwhiteman @cilerpeksah_hairstylist for making me feel like a princess … Dress @danyatracheofficial Jewels @berganzalondon Heels @renecaovilla.”.
The 39-year-old, who co-host the ITV skating program with Phillip Schofield, had actually divided viewpoint with her gown.
Some audiences expressed their “shock” at the “improper” clothing on Twitter, with some saying that it showed excessive for a household show.
While there were some detractors, the huge majority of Hollys fans remained in raptures at the gorgeous attire and they revealed their love for her when she shared a close up selfie, a couple hours after the show finished.
Another agreed, commenting: “Simply spectacular.”.
Posturing while dipping into her shoulder, the gems on Hollys dress included and flashed shimmer to the dress.
Embellished in pink lace and feathers, the dress clinched in at the waist and flowed down to the flooring.
Holly Willoughby stuns fans with beautiful last take a look at her DOI princess gown
( Image: Holly Willoughby/Instagram).
Holly Willoughby has been labelled “instantly stunning” as she shared a last look of her using the princess gown which triggered controversy throughout the very first show of the brand-new Dancing On Ice series.
Irish TELEVISION presenter Angela Scanlon fasted to applaud Holly, composing: “You look instantly lovely.”.
Holly had offered her 7 million followers a glimpse at her attire prior to the show and it was branded “fantastic” and “stunning”.
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Holly Willoughby had actually divided opinion with her dress.
( Image: Matt Frost/ITV/REX/ Shutterstock).
Publishing a photo of face, offseted the TV program and looking resplendent, she captioned the pic: “See you next Sunday … ❄”
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