Holly Willoughby rocks plunging pink gown in stunning Dancing On Ice appearance

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Holly Willoughby has stunned fans by rocking a bright pink gown for her the latest episode of Dancing On Ice.

The This Morning beauty looked sensational as she joined co-host Phillip Schofield on the prime time ITV show.

Featuring a plunging neckline, Holly teased her infamous sex appeal while keeping her modesty firmly intact.

Thanks to the gown's Cinderella style skirt, the blonde babe looked ready for a fairytale romance as the show celebrated the greatest love stories on ice to celebrate Valentine's Day.

Showing off her look via Instagram before the ITV show kicked off, Holly wrote to her army of fans: "Happy Valentine’s Day… tonight on @dancingonice we are celebrating the greatest love stories ever told… see you on @itv at 6pm."

The former children's TV presenter has been accused of failing cover up on a prime time family show by a handful of annoyed viewers.

The first episode of Dancing On Ice 2021 sparked 341 complaints – with the majority being linked to comedian Rufus Hound's comments about the government's stance of free school meals.

Other's moaned about Holly's plunging attire.

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Twitter was also awash with annoyed viewer accusing Holly of deliberately not 'covering up'.

A further 52 complaints were logged in week two.

At the time of publication Ofcom have not upheld any of the complains or launched an official probe.

Holly's backlash mirror's that often seen by Amanda Holden on Britain's Got Talent.

The TV judge often joked about people obsessed with her chest – telling Good Morning Britain she now even has a team of people to make sure he doesn't pop out of her outfits.

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Despite being a hit in terms of ratings, Dancing On Ice has had a rough ride this year.

The show has been plagued with illness and accidents.

Denise Van Outen was forced to drop out after shattering her shoulder in training with her professional skating partner Matt Evers.

Rufus Hound and Billie Shepherd have also pulled out of the show.

Meanwhile, Emmerdale actor Joe-Warren Plant is the latest celeb to call time on his Dancing On Ice days for good after testing positive for Covid-19.

Joe-Warren said in a statement: "Having tested positive for Covid this now means the end of the competition for Vanessa and I.

"I have loved every minute of being a part of Dancing On Ice and I am disappointed as I feel I had so much more to give and was working hard to perfect each performance.

"Thank you so much to Vanessa for being a fantastic teacher and although it's been cut short, I've thoroughly enjoyed this experience."

In another blow, hours before this week's show ITV confirmed that Jason Donovan would not be competing on this evening’s episode, though will be back next week.

The singer is said to be suffering back pain and has been advised to rest.

He is currently expected to make a full return to the series next week.

Talking about his injury, Jason said: “I’ve had back pain the past couple of days and I’m under doctor’s orders to take it easy and sit this week out.

"I’m resting up, I’ll be watching from home and cheering everyone on and I look forward to returning next week"

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