Dancing On Ice star Liberty Poole sends temperatures soaring as she wears jaw-dropping red gown.
The former Love Island star showcased her incredible figure in the skintight backless gown as she posed next to a Christmas tree.
The 21-year-old wowed as she faced away from the camera revealing the open back dress.
The blonde beauty is seen wearing a full face of glam makeup including long lashes and a nude lipstick.
She completed the look with a small pair of gold hoop earrings.
Liberty shared the pulse raising snap to her 1.5 million followers on Instagram.
She wrote: "Having my Bond girl moment in front of the Christmas tree."
Friends and fans were quick to gush over the reality star, including former Love Islander Faye Winter, she penned: "You are THE Bond girl," followed by a white heart.
One fan added: "Stunning queen."
Another said: "Wow absolutely beautiful."
"You'd be the perfect Bond girl," gushed another fan.
A fourth said: "Wow killing it girlll," followed by the fire emoji.
"You could be a Bond girl any day, so beautiful xx," wrote another.
Since leaving ITV dating programme Love Island, Liberty has lined up some great brand deals and a contract with the channel's annual ice skating show.
The Dancing on Ice babe, has recently been training in Solihull's ice rink in Birmingham for her upcoming stint on the ITV hit show with her skating partner, Joe Jackson.
Recently, Liberty has been handed a huge boost from the bookies ahead of the show's first episode which is set to start in January.
She has already been tipped as one of the favourites to win the popular skating show.
The former Love Islander has been with odds of 7-2 – according to bookmaker William Hill.
Liberty will be competing against former Strictly Come Dancing pro Brendan Cole, Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt, The Vamps star Connor Ball, former S Club Seven star Rachel Stevens, Corrie actress Sally Dynevor and many more.
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