Dancing on Ice fans have stepped in to defend Holly Willoughby after she was hit with Ofcom complaints about her dress.
Since the new series of the show began last month, Holly’s outfits have been a bit of a talking point.
During the first week, 52 viewers complained to the TV watchdog as were that unhappy about Holly’s beautiful pink embellished floor-length gown.
On the same night the programme was also hit with another 346 complaints over Rufus Hound’s blistering attack on the government for initially refusing to give hungry school children free meals.
During last weekend’s instalment, the This Morning host wowed in a pale mint one-shoulder gown, made by luxury womenswear brand Safiyaa.
Before every live show, Holly gives her Instagram followers a glimpse of what she is wearing that night.
On Sunday she penned along with the snap: ‘Tonight on @dancingonice it’s Dance week… Tango, ballet, quick step all on ice… and a super special performance from Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean… my fav! … See you on @itv at 6pm.’
The 39-year-old was showered with praise from her celeb pals and followers, with many complimenting the presenter on how beautiful she looked.
Davina McCall commented: ‘Sooooo pretty.’
Emma Bunton said: ‘Stunning.’
While Alan Carr simply added: ‘Gorgeous.’
However, as soon as the show began, some viewers thought they would make a joke out of Holly’s dress by saying they were going to call Ofcom and complain.
One viewer joked: ‘I would like to complain about @hollywills dress. There is too much material in it.’
‘Hi @ofcom I’d like to complain about Holly Willoughby’s attire,’ another penned.
‘I don’t think that a woman flaunting her shoulder is suitable for a Sunday evening family television show.’
Dancing on Ice returns on Sunday at 6pm on ITV.
Credit: Original article published here.