Davina McCall's fans go wild over her swishy halterneck minidress for The Masked Singer

Lauren Clark
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Davina McCall is currently a judge on ITV's The Masked Singer. (Getty Images)
Davina McCall is currently a judge on ITV's The Masked Singer. (Getty Images)

She is back on our screens as a judge on ITV’s The Masked Singer, but Davina McCall ensured it was her gorgeous dress that stole the show this weekend.

The TV star, 53, slipped on a 1920s ‘flapper’-style fringed white halterneck minidress.

The mother-of-three paired the look with strappy silver heels, a messy up-do and bright red lipstick.

Sharing the outfit in a post on Instagram with her 1.2 million followers, McCall revealed the dress is by frock brand Halston and was picked out by stylist Angie Smith, who is also behind Holly Willoughby’s wardrobe.

The swishy ensemble was a hit with her fans, who left more than 50,000 ‘likes’ on the snap.

Famous friend Louise Redknapp left heart and flame emojis, while This Morning’s Dr Zoe Williams wrote “shimmy girl” and presenter Andi Oliver told her “gorge darling”.

Another commented: “Stunning as always.”

A fourth shared: “Looking amazing!”

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And a fifth added: “You’re my inspiration!! Fab in your 50s!!”

It comes as McCall has been revealing snippets of her intense workouts with fans this month.

In a post on Instagram earlier this week, the star shared a clip of herself shadow-boxing wearing weighted gloves while exercising in her kitchen via her fitness platform Own Your Goals Davina.

In September, she revealed that she feels “better” than she did in her 20s.

Speaking to Women’s Health magazine, the former Big Brother host explained: “I don’t look as good naked as I did in my 20s. But I feel better, and that’s the difference.

“I walk around like a foxy minx now because I feel like a foxy minx.”

She also opened up about sex after the menopause, insisting: “Women over 50 feel sexy, we can dress sexily and we can wear underwear and we still enjoy orgasms.

“People say, ‘Oh, it’s all gone... menopause... you’re finished with your wizened, dried-up ovaries.’ I feel like it’s really important to say that people in their 50s are having the time of their lives.”

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