CAROL Vorderman looked sensational in a skintight denim jumpsuit while filming Have I Got News For You.
The I'm A Celeb star teamed the stunning look with gorgeous wavy hair and black boots.
Carol, 62, was spotted walking out of the studios and linking arms with Ian Hislop.
Steph McGovern was also propping up the beloved TV journalist who clutched a glass of wine, and the trio appeared to be in good spirits, laughing and joking together.
Steph, who is the host of Channel 4's Steph's Packed Lunch, wore black trousers and a bright bomber jacket, which she teamed with white trainers.
Tonight Carol will show her face on Have I Got News for You at 9pm on BBC One.
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Paul Merton and Ian will be joined by the former Countdown presenter and comedian Nabil Abdulrashid.
Have I Got News for You is a panel talk show which has been on our screens since the 90s.
Earlier today Carol wowed her fans as she posed in her gym kit.
It's a new string to her bow, as Carol has been impressing fans with regular appearances on ITV's This Morning, and she recently took part in I'm A Celebrity: South Africa.
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Last week Carol showed off her new curly hairstyle on This Morning.
The former Countdown host joined Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary, as well as her co-star Giles Brandreth, in the studio on Friday.
Many rushed to Twitter to share their love for her locks.
"Carol Vorderman looks stunning, her hair is great," one fan wrote, as another chimed in: "Carol’s giving me 90s assistant manager."
"We love Carol," a third penned, while a fourth chimed in on Instagram: "Vorders best body, face and brain on British TV."
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