Holly Willoughby dazzles Dancing On Ice fans in plunging gown during finale

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Holly Willoughby has returned to Dancing on Ice for the grand final.

The 41-year-old presenter was forced to miss the live semi-final two weeks ago after testing positive for coronavirus.

However, she was back on presenting duty on Sunday evening (March 20) alongside her co-host Phillip Schofield.

She logged into her Instagram page to give fans a sneak peek of her latest outfit choice before the show aired on ITV, and it's fair to say she stole the show before it even began.

The mother-of-three looked glam in a golden floor-length dress with a plunging neckline.

Holly styled her trademark blonde tresses in a cropped style, looking all dolled up with a full face of make-up.

Unsurprisingly, Holly's gown caught the eye of her 7.7 million followers, with some rushing to leave a message for the star in the comment section.

Finalists Kimberly Wyatt, Brendan Cole and Regan Gascoigne are willing to go to extreme lengths to be crowned champion.

The trio want to make the final the best one in show history.

They teased that they planned to go all out to impress fans — even if that means risking serious injury on live TV.

Pussycat Doll Kimberly, 40, is set to tackle a move that is so dangerous she could end up smashing her head onto the ice.

She said: "I have been working on doing a kick over Mark’s head in one routine. In training, there have been times when it’s not been going right and I’ve been falling forward with my head going towards the ice.

"That feels quite dangerous. It’s very scary."

Paul Gascoigne's son Regan, 26, will be facing his fears with a spectacular stunt above the ice.

He said: “I’m starting one of my routines on a stage that’s six feet high and I’ll be flipped around above it.

“We want to create amazing routines. We have tried to play with different moves and styles and lifts.”

Professional dancer Brendan, 45, is also set to take on terrifying moves despite previously being hospitalised by injuries during training.

All three of the finalists are performers so they are risking their careers by going all out.

Oti Mabuse, Ashley Banjo, Christopher Dean and Jayne Torvill will also be on hand to offer their expert advise for the last time this series.

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