Carol Vorderman shows off her unbelievable abs at 62 as she poses in bunny ears at Easter | The Sun
CAROL Vorderman showed off her toned tum in a throwback to her sexy Easter bunny look last year.
The 62-year-old enjoyed revisiting her 2022 style that saw her wearing a pair of black bunny ears to go with a long-sleeve crop top and leggings.
Bunny ears were back in play this weekend as Carol wore a pink and white pair while strutting at home in skintight leather trousers to promote her Perfect 10 podcast.
The Easter fun came hot on the heels of Carol giving fans a first look at her in the upcoming I'm a Celebrity South Africa series.
She is one of the celebs taking part in the pre-recorded all-stars special of the show which is set to air later this month.
The blonde beauty looked the part in a khaki jacket, red T-shirt and dark trousers, and followers rushed to share their excitement over the new series.
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One wrote: "Looking good Carol!"
Another said: "Gorgeous woman."
And a third added: "Carol ❤️❤️ best of luck!!!"
Former Countdown host Carol teased the celebs were put through hell during filming.
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Sharing an update with her 324,000 Instagram followers, she wrote: "We filmed late last year. I haven't told a soul what happened. But I can tell you it was brutal."
The show, which will be fronted by Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly, will air for three weeks.
Unlike regular series', all the participants have already experienced camp life before in Australia and are giving it another go.
The Sun revealed the full line-up last year, which includes Andrew Whyment, Dean Gaffney, Gillian McKeith, Georgia Toffolo, Myleene Klass and Joe Swash.
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