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Lizzie Cundy flashes her assets in very plunging dress


She’s a knockout! Lizzie Cundy suffers a wardrobe malfunction as she flashes her ample assets in VERY plunging dress at charity boxing match

She’s no stranger to a skin-baring ensemble.

But Lizzie Cundy flashed a little more than intended on Thursday night, as she attended the Rumble In The City boxing match in aid of the Back On Track Charity in London.

The 47-year-old former WAG gave onlookers an eyeful of her ample assets as she threatened to spill out of her deeply plunging feathered gown while climbing into the ring. 

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Avert your eyes! Lizzie Cundy flashed a little more than intended on Thursday night, as she attended the Rumble in the City Boxing Match in aid of the Back On Track Charity in London

Avert your eyes! Lizzie Cundy flashed a little more than intended on Thursday night, as she attended the Rumble in the City Boxing Match in aid of the Back On Track Charity in London

Letting her semi-sheer nude gown do all the talking, she accessorised with a decadent diamante choker necklace.

Styling her raven locks in a sleek straight ‘do, she framed her eyes with lashings of mascara and bronze eyeshadow.

Slipping on a pair of boxing gloves, the radio presenter seemed more than prepared to tackle her opponent in the ring at the event, held at the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane.

Chest a glimpse: The 47-year-old former WAG gave onlookers an eyeful of her ample assets as she threatened to spill out of her deeply plunging feathered gown while climbing into the ring

Chest a glimpse: The 47-year-old former WAG gave onlookers an eyeful of her ample assets as she threatened to spill out of her deeply plunging feathered gown while climbing into the ring

Lizzie’s outing comes after she took part in a heated debate with Stacey Solomon about airbrushing on Good Morning Britain.

The former X Factor star, 28, was of the firm belief that Photoshopping pictures sets unrealistic standards for youngsters, while Lizzie argued there was no harm in using a filter or altering images to boost your own self-esteem.

The frosty debate between the two was avidly followed by viewers at home, who largely sided with Stacey, yet some were quick to point out it was ‘hypocritical’ of her to filter her own Instagram posts – and Lizzie revealed to MailOnline that she agrees.

Ready for action: Letting her semi-sheer nude gown do all the talking, she accessorised with a decadent diamante choker necklace

Ready for action: Letting her semi-sheer nude gown do all the talking, she accessorised with a decadent diamante choker necklace

You go girl: Slipping on a pair of boxing gloves, the radio presenter seemed more than prepared to tackle her opponent in the ring

You go girl: Slipping on a pair of boxing gloves, the radio presenter seemed more than prepared to tackle her opponent in the ring

Lizzie was skeptical about Stacey’s claims during the TV debate not to edit her own pictures. Explaining her side of the story, Lizzie told MailOnline:  ‘It did became very heated on set as the argument built up.

‘My point was that everyone wants to look their best and want their best angle if you are honest. Stacey claimed to never use a filter… hmmmm.

‘It became quite tense and that’s why I tried to bring some humour into the debate!’

During the segment, Stacey said she was worried about young people being influence by photoshopping in the media.

Glam: Styling her raven locks in a sleek straight 'do, she framed her eyes with lashings of mascara and bronze eyeshadow

Glam: Styling her raven locks in a sleek straight ‘do, she framed her eyes with lashings of mascara and bronze eyeshadow

She said: ‘They see all these influencers or celebrities and they say, “Why don’t I look like that?”

‘Everyone wants to look good’, Lizzie counteracted, adding, ‘These apps are never going to make you perfect, they’re just enhancing what you’ve got which isn’t a bad thing.’

Stacey wasn’t backing down, saying: ‘But I think it’s dangerous, there’s so much pressure on young people.’  

Clash: Stacey Solomon and Lizzie took part in a heated debate about airbrushing on Thursday's edition of Good Morning Britain

Clash: Stacey Solomon and Lizzie took part in a heated debate about airbrushing on Thursday’s edition of Good Morning Britain

Why not? The brunette insisted it was only natural that 'you have the best lighting, the best make-up' where possible 

Why not? The brunette insisted it was only natural that ‘you have the best lighting, the best make-up’ where possible 

 

 

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-4976010/Lizzie-Cundy-flashes-assets-plunging-dress.html

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