Dancing On Ice's Myleene Klass couldn't hold back her laughter as she took to Instagram to showcase her red-faced wardrobe mishap.
The age defying 42-year-old, could hardly believe that she'd shown up to training and her usual attire had shrunk.
It wasn't just her clothing that seemed to be a lot smaller, Myleene's pro-skating parter Luasz Rozycki, 41, had also suffered the very same blunder with his own garments.
Standing in front of the camera the pair giggled as they showcased noticeably tighter and minuscule tops that now appeared to finish half way at their navels.
The amusing post showcased the strength of the former Hear'Say stars bond with Luasz as they both might light of the epic wardrobe error.
Sharing the snippet to her Instagram story, Myleene could be seen struggling to fit into her sports finery as she dressed herself in front of the camera.
Looking less than impressed with how her clothes were fitting, she flapped the garment up and down in hope of stretching it out a tad more.
With Luasz now in view too, she joked: "We've both shrunk our clothes," as they both showed off their training clobber.
The Dancing On Ice stars have wasted no time with getting back into a regime after breaking for the Christmas period which probably came as a needed rest for Myleene who had previously suffered a calf muscle injury.
With Dancing On Ice 2021 set to kick off in just a few days time, the mum-of-three took to Instagram to update her 375,000 fans that she'd suffered a torn muscle.
Sharing a sweet picture alongside Luasz, who appeared to be reaching out for her hand as she stood with a straight face, Myleene penned: "Uh oh. And the reality, torn calf muscle.
"Honestly, the respect I have for ice dancers is through the roof," she finished the post with a flame emoji.
Meanwhile, Dancing On Ice bosses denied speculation that the show has been cancelled following England's new nationwide lockdown.
ITV put an end to any rumours that the show wouldn't be going ahead as planned, however, it now seems some drastic Covid-19 changes may be firmly in place.
According to The Sun, the broadcasting giant has already "pulled out all the stops" to ensure the safety of crew and cast while filming.
The same publication also revealed that a source had suggested that there will be no live audience surrounding the ice skating rink each week.
Other claims indicated that judges Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, Ashley Banjo and John Barrowman will now all be divided by protective perspex screens, in keeping with government guidlines.
Dancing On Ice 2021 kicks off ITV, January 17