Love Island's Liberty Poole is gutted she didn't get to keep any of her Dancing on Ice outfits – so she has hatched a plan.
The blonde bombshell starred on the show earlier this year and did well in the ITV competition.
Talking exclusively to the Daily Star at the Pride of Britain Awards on Monday (October 23), she revealed what she plans to do.
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When asked if she managed to keep any of her looks, she said: "I didn't take any, but I do still want my red one because I loved it so much, it looked so good, I'll message them you know and try to get it back."
The 23-year-old shared how much she adored her racy red look but she did receive some fan backlash at the time for the outfit.
After her first performance, some viewers branded the low-cut red dress she donned as "inappropriate".
Liberty was partnered with Joe Johnson and made an impressive debut, but her boobs seemed to distract viewers.
Fans took to social media, with one writing: "#DancingOnIce Liberty’s boobs will help when she tumbles…"
While another added: “Liberty Poole looks like the stereotype of a blonde bimbo #DancingOnIce.”
However, Liberty stood her ground and backed herself against people's opinions and stated that she'd "always had big boobs".
She added: "I'm not going to stop being myself to please other people or change myself in any way. I'm me at the end of the day, and I've always had naturally big boobs and that's the way it is."
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However, other fans backed the Islander and wrote: "Can’t wait for there to be loads of comments and complaints about Liberty’s cleavage but absolutely no complaints about Ben flashing his chest. Double standards as per usual! #DancingOnIce."
"People judging liberty for showing a bit of skin and cleavage didn’t see you moaning when Ben ripped his shirt open, got to love double standards #DancingOnIce," another tweeted.
She also revealed that she will be backing her showbiz pal Joey Essex this year and bets he will do well in the competition after he's already been branded the series' "dark horse".
Dancing on Ice is expected to return to ITV in January 2023
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