Rebekah Vardy looked fitter than ever as she paraded her svelte but toned legs in a sizzling Instagram display.
The 38-year-old wife of Leicester football club star Jamie Vardy, 33, showed fans that she'd certainly been putting in the hard work for the ITV show, flaunting her endless pins.
Rocking a mind blowing red gown, complete with a thigh grazing side slit that gapped open, she certainly demanded attention.
The mum-of-five, who gave birth to daughter Olivia Grace, in December last year, appeared to be in great shape and fighting form, if her latest reveal is anything to go by.
In one snap, she gave fans something to gawp over, as she turned to the side to assemble her shoe, exposing her bare flesh in the process as her fire engine coloured dress fell open.
Adding some serious inches, she popped on a pair gold peep toe shoes that had a larger-than-life heel.
The garment that was squared off across her chest, also plunged low, exposing a glimpse of the bombshell's ample cleavage.
Going for glam, she rocked an abundance of bronzed coloured chains that hung around her midriff, amplifying her killer curves.
Giving fans some behind the scenes action, she shared a snippet and two images from her sophisticated photoshoot.
Rebekah recently announced that she would be competing in Dancing On Ice this year and has been paired with pro figure skater Andy Buchanan.
With Andy firmly in charge, he's certainly been putting his partner through her paces as their training regime ramps up a gear.
Documenting their time spent on the ice, Andy revealed that Rebekah, who is a total skating amateur was now skating all by herself.
Sharing a clip with fans, he filmed the progress the pair had made as Rebekah glided across the rink unaided, looking powerful and strong.
However Rebekah's training could be put on the back burner soon, as she goes head to head with Coleen Rooney in a libel case.
The legal dispute emerged after Wayne Rooney's wife had accused Rebekah Vardy's Instagram account of leaking stories to the press.
With neither party backing down, the hearing is due to take place soon in London's High Court.