DOI star Rachel Stevens wows in figure-hugging sequin dress for festive display

Dancing on Ice star Rachel Stevens has taken to Instagram to show off a dazzling gown that left her fans speechless – with the dress even selling out before one fan could get their hands on it.

Wearing a floor length wine hued gown, Rachel posed up a storm while showcasing her new sequin gown that she said is great to "throw on and feel fabulous".

With her honey blonde hair down and ever so slightly curly, her tresses fell to just below her shoulders. She teamed the look with a pink-hued nude lip and a dark yet glam eye look.

The singer-turned-skater captioned the post: Loving this gorgeous @oasisfashion sequin midi dress! Such a great throw on and feel fabulous dress and this colour is [perfect emoji]."

Fans were quick to comment on the post, gushing over her style and beauty, with one saying: "You look absolutely beautiful."

Another said: "SO Beautiful Rachel."

While a third wrote: "You look lovely. Lovely dress. Hope you have a lovely Christmas," complete with an abundance of red heart emojis.

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And a fourth said that they tried to get the dress but it had sold out before she could checkout: "Gorgeous! Went to get it, sold out."

This comes as the former popstar is enjoying a well-deserved Christmas break after wrapping up her final rehearsal with her “gorgeous” skating partner Brendyn Hatfield to enjoy some time away from the ice.

The stunning star took to Instagram to update her followers as she posed on the ice with partner Brendyn and gushed about their perfect partnership.

“What an amazing experience being part of @dancingonice has been so far! It was my last session of the year yesterday with this gorgeous human @brendynhatfield.

“I love our partnership so much and I can’t wait to continue our adventure together in the new year… Bring it on!”

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