Dancing on Ice's Rebekah Vardy shows off her toned body in sexy underwear selfie

Dancing on Ice's Rebekah Vardy shows off her toned body in sexy underwear selfie

DANCING On Ice's Rebekah Vardy showcased her incredibly toned figure as she shared behind-the-scenes shots on Instagram yesterday.

Posing for a mirror selfie, the 38-year-old displayed her enviable gym-honed body in black underwear following months of training for the physical show.

Rebekah donned a black vest which she pulled up to show off her abs with a pair of knickers and fishnet tights, while the burgundy dress she had worn on last night's Dancing On Ice was wrapped around her ankles.

The star sported a glamorous curly wig with a deep berry lipstick as she beamed for the selfie ahead of her group performance.

She captioned the post: "And I also fake tanned only the bits that I needed to – back (thanks for the help @vardy7), shoulders, chest, head and stomach.

"I never usually wear fake tan as I’m naturally quite tanned. So now I need to wear it I can’t face doing my whole body.

"We wear tan dance tights with our costumes so I can skip my legs and I knew I’d be wearing long sleeves so left my arms out too."

Rebekah also shared a snap of her alongside her pro skating partner Andy Buchanan while they sorted face shields.

"Team Buchardy Pre show and no @andybuchana2 did not steal his trousers from Sandy at the end of Grease," she penned alongside the snap.

Last week, Dancing On Ice viewers watched the moment Rebekah slashed her partner's face open with her skates.

The I'm A Celeb alum made her figure skating debut last Sunday (Jan 17) alongside her pro partner Andy.

But just days out from the show's premiere, Andy suffered a massive gash to his face as Rebekah's skate slashed him.

Andy was attempting to flip the mum-of-five when the shocking accident happened.

As he rushed off the ice, Becky, 38, looked very concerned and told the camera, "I can't describe the feeling of having hurt him."

But a brave Andy told Holly after their performance that he was doing fine.

"It's ok, this is what we do, it's dangerous. She's wanting to push it and so am I," he said on Sunday's show.

The pair bravely performed despite Andy's gruesome injury and earned good reviews from the judges.

Before her debut, Becky wrote about how "terrified" she felt on her blog , but that "bizarrely it’s not the actual skating that terrifies me".

"Of course I’m scared of falling but I’m mainly terrified of knowing that millions of people will be watching from home," she wrote.

"I’m terrified because I’m sporty, not a performer or an entertainer. I can’t do jazz hands.

"What if I just don’t ‘entertain’ enough? What if I don’t show any emotion on my face other than PETRIFIED? What if I let Andy down? What if my boob pops out?"

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