Holly Willoughby cut an elegant figure in a one-shoulder pink gown as she shared her traditional pre-show outfit snap ahead of hosting Dancing On Ice on Sunday.
As she prepared to grace the stage for a second week running, Holly, 42, took to Instagram to show off her glamorous attire.
She stunned in a chic maxi dress which detailed an animated bow on her shoulder, while she teamed her look with matching pink nails.
The TV presenter captioned her post: ‘On Sundays we wear pink! @DancingOnIce 6:30pm on @itv… see you soon’.
Holly recently shared a poignant post about ‘blossoming in dark times’ after making her TV comeback the ITV show.
Holly Willoughby, 42, cut an elegant figure in a one-shoulder pink gown as she shared her traditional pre-show outfit snap ahead of hosting Dancing On Ice on Sunday
As she prepared to grace the stage for a second week running, Holly took to Instagram to show off her glamorous attire
Holly had been absent from screens for more than two months before returning to co-host the ITV skating competition alongside Stephen Mulhern.
Holly had a break from TV after quitting This Morning in October after she learned of an alleged plot to kidnap and murder her.
After her TV comeback, Holly’s lifestyle brand Wylde Moon shared an Instagram post about ‘resilience, strength’ and ‘blossoming in dark times’.
Posting a picture of a moonflower on their Stories, the caption read: ‘The moonflower has become a symbol of blossoming in dark times.
‘These fragrant, white flowers have evolved over millions of years to open only at night and their ethereal, nocturnal beauty is a powerful symbol of how resilience, strength and growth can flourish during the darkest and most challenging moments.’
According to The Sun, Holly re-shared the post to her own Instagram Stories, alongside the words: ‘Even in the dark… she grows… nature is beautiful.’
Holly returned to TV screens for the Dancing On Ice launch show on Sunday as she made her debut with her new co-host Stephen, who has replaced Phillip Schofield.
Holly had been absent from screens for nearly three months, ever since she left This Morning in October after 14 years on the sofa.
The TV presenter captioned her post: ‘On Sundays we wear pink! @DancingOnIce 6:30pm on @itv… see you soon’
Holly recently shared a poignant post about ‘blossoming in dark times’ after making her TV comeback on Dancing On Ice
After her TV comeback, Holly’s lifestyle brand Wylde Moon shared an Instagram post about ‘resilience, strength’ and ‘blossoming in dark times’
The TV presenter had been absent from screens for more than two months before returning to host the ITV skating competition
Her Dancing On Ice return also saw her reunite with Stephen Mulhern, who has replaced Phillip Schofield as her co-host on the skating show
She quit the show after an alleged plot to kidnap and murder her emerged, which followed Phillip Schofield leaving ITV after his affair with a younger show runner came to light.
Gavin Plumb, 36, has pleaded not guilty to charges of soliciting murder and incitement to commit kidnap the former This Morning host. The security guard will remain behind bars after being denied bail.
During a short hearing at Chelmsford Crown Court, Gavin Plumb, from Harlow, Essex, who was not present, was refused a bail application. He has a trial date fixed for June 24 next year.
Dancing On Ice bosses were said to have offered Holly heightened security and wanted to make sure she felt completely ‘secure’ on the show, according to The Sun.
The publication also claimed that Holly has signed a one-year rolling contract with an option to step back in the future in case she wants a longer break.
Holly signed a deal over Christmas after weeks of deliberating over whether to present the show, and is said to be ‘excited’ about to getting back to work on the show that she previously hosted with her former friend Phillip.
An ITV insider told MailOnline: ‘Holly is a star and everyone was so very much hoping that she would decide to come back.
‘After many discussions and a lot of thought, she thought that getting some normality into her life would be a good thing.
Holly quit This Morning after an alleged plot to kidnap and murder her emerged, which followed Phillip leaving ITV after his affair with a younger show runner came to light
‘There are obvious worries about going on live television, her main priority is her family, ITV have been hugely understanding and have not put any pressure on her at all.
‘They wanted to give her all of the time she needed but it has been a rough decision for her. Time was ticking but the bosses were trying to remain calm.’
As she returned to TV last week, an expert told The Sun she appeared ‘more grown up’ and could ‘relaunch her career’ with a move to her own solo show in the future.
Expert Nick Ede told the publication: ‘Having her back on our screens establishes her as a leading broadcaster in the UK. It felt like it was her show – she owned the rink.
‘She’s not Queen of daytime TV anymore – it looks like she’s Queen of primetime. It felt like Holly had somehow matured and I can see her branching into more serious stuff now.
‘She’s always been able to do light entertainment with serious topics on This Morning and I can now see her doing documentaries or big sit-down interviews with stars, which would be really compelling viewing.’