Liberty Poole has wowed fans in a racy red number as she poses for her Instagram fans ahead of her upcoming Dancing On Ice stint.
The former Love Island star looked beautiful in her new sneaps as she wore a red blazer, body and matching shorts.
She captioned the post: "Nothing better to get you in the festive mood than this gorg little red blazer set from my @inthestyle collection! They currently have up to 50% OFF all party wear!"
Liberty's fans flock to the comment section, including Dancing On Ice co-star and Pussycat Doll, Kimberley Wyatt who said: "Cutie!"
Her Love Island pal Abigail Rawlings also hit her up and said: "Here she isss."
Other fans wrote: "Pretty girly," and: "So gorgeous," as they piled in to support the star.
Since leaving the ITV dating programme, Liberty has lined up some great brand deals and a contract with the channel's annual ice skating show.
The Dancing on Ice babe, 21, has recently been training for her upcoming stint on the ITV ice rink with her skating partner, Joe Jackson.
However, she managed to take some time away from rehearsals to try out some glamorous dresses during a photoshoot for the beauty brand – Lola's Lashes.
The blonde babe decided to sneak away for a minute during the shoot to show off her latest look to her 1.8m followers on Instagram – and she stunned in the gorgeous red dress.
The plunging piece showed off Liberty's fabulous figure – a long gown held up by thin straps on her shoulders.
She held up the camera to film a short video of herself in the dress – flashing a pout for the lens as she panned the camera down to her legs.
The skating stunner placed her hand on her hip, highlighting her incredible curves as she did so.
Liberty looked like a Hollywood movie star in the glamorous dress – which was fit for any red carpet – oozing class with the photoshoot in the background.
She channelled her inner Marilyn Monroe with her thick blonde hair styled in curls that flowed onto her chest, sporting red lipstick to match the dress.
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