The Masked Singer judge Davina McCall stole the show by wearing a stunning white gown for this weekend’s episode.
The telly star, 53, looked incredible in the long dress which was split to the thigh and she proudly showed off snaps of her outfit on Instagram.
The crystal-embellished draped silk-satin maxi dress is by US brand Retrofete and costs £765.
Davina thanked her hair and make-up team for using their “magic” to make her feel “like a princess for the night”.
She was swamped with compliments from her fans and famous friends, with Vicky Pattison writing: “Look at you” with a heart-eye emoji.
TV presenter Angela Scanlon added: “Absolute knock out blow baby” and Melvin Odoom posted three fire emojis.
It was a big night on The Masked Singer last night as Bush Baby was unmasked as Cold Feet star John Thompson.
He’s been disguised as a cute furry animal and left the judges baffled.
Judges Jonathan Ross, Rita Ora, Mo Gilligan and Davina failed to correctly guess John’s identity despite several attempts.
Rita guessed Jamie Oliver, Davina thought it was John Torode, and Johnathan was convinced it was Gino D’Campo.
Mo said he was thrown off by the clues about magic, and John had to explain, saying: “I do magic, I was an amateur magician, but I got to the Blackpool magic convention!”
Bush Baby was in the sing off with the Dragon, and lost meaning fans will have to wait a while longer for the other character to be unmasked.
Many think the Dragon is Drag Race star Courtney Act, after an Instagram blunder seemingly unmasked the character.
The company which manufactured the mermaid-style fabric used in the elaborate character’s costume, Funki Fabrics, shared a picture of the Dragon and tagged Courtney Act.
Fans now think the tagging means Courtney, who rose to fame on as a singer on Australian Idol, must be behind the costume.