Carol Vorderman, 60, showcases her hourglass curves in a sizzling skintight jumpsuit for BBC Radio appearance
She isn’t one to shy away from figure-hugging outfits.
The TV presenter looked sensational in the sizzling selfie uploaded to social media before the show.
Set pulses racing: Carol Vorderman, 60, didn’t disappoint on Saturday as she displayed her hourglass curves in a skintight jumpsuit for her appearance on BBC Radio Wales
Her statement one-piece boasted scarlet red panels, brown patterned fabric and a zip in the centre of the bust.
Carol accessorised with a belt cinched at the waist and an unusual bracelet.
She left her brunette tresses in a relaxed natural wave and wore minimal make-up.
The former Countdown presenter captioned the upload: ‘Time for the radio…YESSSSSSSS. Join me at 11.30 BBC radio Wales…[email protected]’
Retirement? The presenter said earlier this month that she is considering retiring her prestigious TV career to focus on her health
She also shared the image to her Twitter page and penned: ‘We’re talking 1970s big time today…so QUESTION What is your best thing about the 70s???
‘Anything at all….tell me now.. I’m in a spandex onesie today in homage.’
Carol said earlier this month that she is considering retiring her prestigious TV career to focus on her health.
The former Countdown presenter said she was finding her commitments ‘unpleasant’ as she battled long Covid.
Stepping away from the screen: Carol is best known for co-hosting the game show Countdown for 26 years from 1982 until 2008 (pictured in 2006)
In a new interview Carol said she was left feeling bloated and ‘beyond tired’ from her hectic schedule last year and is considering giving it all up for the sake of her well-being.
Carol told The Mirror: ‘I’m not that bothered about being on the telly any more. I worked my butt off last year and I don’t want to do it any more.’
The presenter said having a hectic schedule filming The Maths Factor, various TV shows including Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel, and making new books caused her to feel burnt out.
She added: ‘I found lockdown difficult – like everybody. By last Christmas I was bloated and not well. Tired beyond tired, and I was finding filming not pleasant.
‘In January I said to my agent, “I’m just not doing that any more. I don’t see the point. I’m going to concentrate on my health”, so that’s what I’ve been doing.’
Carol is best known for co-hosting the game show Countdown for 26 years from 1982 until 2008.
Her lasting success on the show led to her becoming one of the highest-paid TV women in Britain, ultimately earning her an estimated £1 million per year.
She also went on to anchor Loose Women and appeared on Strictly Come Dancing and I’m A Celebrity. Carol was also guest host on Lorraine.
Tough: The former Countdown presenter said she was finding her work commitments ‘unpleasant’ as she battled long Covid