Dancing On Ice’s Holly Willoughby likened to a princess in pink fairytale gown

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This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby looked straight out of a fairytale in the gown as ITV show Dancing on Ice returns to screens for its fifth week

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Dancing On Ice: Holly Willoughby looks like a princess in pink tulle gown

Holly Willoughby stunned ITV viewers as she glammed up for the fifth week of Dancing on Ice this Sunday.

The This Morning presenter will be at the helm of the ITV skating show tonight alongside Phillip Schofield, after she was accompanied by guest presenter Stephen Mulhern last week while Phillip isolated with Covid-19.

As she prepared for the show, Holly shared a snap of herself in her stunning figure-hugging dress.

Posing backstage, Holly looked like a real life princess as she smiled in the head to toe pink tulle gown, designed by Iris Serban.

The This Morning presenter accessorised the look with jewellery from Susannah Lovis Jewellers.

She captioned the snap: “It’s Valentines… Why not… … See you on Dancing on Ice.”

Her followers were quick to like and comment on the snap, with one person writing: “What a Barbie dream”, as another said: “Obsessed with this dress.”

A fellow fan wrote: “You look gorgeous. Happy valentines.”

This evening the remaining celebrities will be performing a new routine with their professional partners, with each couple’s performance on the rink inspired by their favourite things.

The ice skating competition will see the remaining contestants perform, with Coronation Street ’s Sally Dynevor, Happy Mondays star Bez, Paralympian Stef Reid, pro dancer Regan Gascoigne and Love Island ’s Liberty Poole still in the running.

They will be joined by Strictly pro Brendan Cole, Pussycat Doll Kimberley Wyatt, Olympian Kye Whyte and The Vamps member Connor Ball.

Betfair spokesperson Sam Rosbottom has said that Regan Gascoigne is holding on to the top as the favourite to win the series, after his odds were slashed from 7/4 to 5/4.

He said: “However, he’s closely followed by strong contender Kimberly Wyatt 12/5 who’s recently moved into second favourite.

“But they both face stiff competition from Strictly star and third favourite Brendan Cole who sits at 4/1 to take this year’s skating crown.”

Connor Ball, Liberty Poole, Kye Whyte and Bez all follow behind, with Stef Reid and Sally Dynevor at the bottom with odds at 33/1 and 50/1 respectively.

Last week saw S Club 7 singer Rachel Stevens become the latest celeb to be eliminated.

The Dancing on Ice panel of Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, Ashley Banjo and Oti Mabuse had to decide between Rachel and Kai Whyte – with Rachel going home in the end.

Her exit came after a bumpy journey in the competition for the 43-year-old, as she was forced to miss the first round of the show due to a wrist injury.

Dancing on Ice returns on Sundays on ITV.