Carol Vorderman looks incredible as she shows off her curves in see-through red and orange dress | The Sun
CAROL Vorderman sent her fans into meltdown yesterday as she showed off her curves in a colourful bodystocking.
The TV star, 62, invited fans to guess her new project which was being filmed at Maidstone Studios.
She wrote on Instagram: "FILMING TODAY….CAN YOU GUESS THE SHOW?
"Clues: He's not with The Chasers tonight
Cheque book and pen anyone?"
Many were convinced she is a guest star on Blankety Blank, which is presented by Chase star Bradley Walsh and famously rewards contestants with a cheque book and pen.
Carol's look went down a treat with her following, who complimented the red and orange outfit that was completed by a dress vest.
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She was called the "U.K.’s hottest woman" and one overzealous fan declared: "Look at that figure. Love seeing you in tight outfits."
Late last week, Carol paid a heartfelt tribute to former Blankety Blank host Paul O'Grady after his sudden death.
Speaking via a video link on This Morning, a teary-eyed Carol spoke about how friend of 20 years Paul had worked as a social worker and spent his early career helping children and babies.
She said: "I really started to get to know him in the 90s. The thing that we really must talk about Paul is that he was a fighter, he never judged the weak, he never judged the vulnerable, and he never judged the misunderstood.
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"He would be there like a lion for them because back in the day he was a social worker and he rescued babies and children from domestic abuse, he had lived all that, he wasn’t just a showbiz person.
"He actually had an entire other life. I think it was that fighter in him, a fighter for the good, as well as being funny, as well as all those things. His rants were famous.
"We fell in love with him because we trusted him, we knew that with Paul, whatever he was having a go about, he would always be speaking the truth."
Carol added: "He was the most honest and sincere person I have ever met in the showbiz industry."
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