Holly Willoughby: Dancing on Ice 2021 presenter stuns in full-length dress on Instagram
Holly Willoughby, 39, shared her look for tonight’s episode with her fans. The presenter donned a full-length ice blue dress for Dancing On Ice. The off-the-shoulder gown is by British luxury womenswear brand Safiyaa.
The host sported winged eyeliner and a smokey eye with bronze eyeshadow dusting her lids.
She wore a nude lipstick on her lips.
Her hair was tied back with loose strands framing her face.
Holly captioned the Instagram post: “Tonight on @dancingonice it’s Dance week… Tango, ballet, quick step all on ice… and a super special performance from Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean… my fav! … See you on @itv at 6pm…”
As ever, fans praised her look. “Looking amazing as always,” one wrote. “Looking stunning Holls,” another said.
In last week’s episode of Dancing on Ice, Holly looked equally glamorous.
The ITV host wowed in a stunning floor-length black gown with short sleeves and a beautiful damask print.
The gorgeous dress was designed by Costarellos, a fashion house launched in 1998, which also offers a bridal collection.
It was accompanied by jewellery from Stephen Webster Jewellery, a high-end British fine jewellery brand known for its “traditional craftsmanship”.
Holly’s shoes, which cannot be seen in the picture, are by Sophia Webster, a designer she has worn in the past.
Holly also provided fans with a zoomed-in photo to show her glamorous, yet simple, make-up look, created by Patsy O’Neill.
She looked breathtaking with simple black winged eyeliner and a pink lip which allowed the statement dress to shine.
This was highlighted further by Holly’s signature “lob” hairstyle, which tonight was coiffed into soft, delicate waves by hair stylist Ciler Peksah.
Holly told her seven million Instagram followers in a post ahead of the show: “It’s Sunday… it’s time for @dancingonice see you on @itv at 6pm.
“It’s extra glam-tastic as we go to the musicals tonight, and man we have missed them!”
The week before, Holly wore a spectacular white, floor-length gown with a Bardot neckline and a bodycon fit.
The dress was from Halfpenny London, which is one of the UK’s leading luxury bridalwear brands, founded by Kate Halfpenny.