She's feline fine! Daisy Lowe oozes sex appeal in skin-tight catsuit and fur-trimmed coat as she struts her way to Strictly Come Dancing rehearsals
She put on a rather demure display as she took inspiration from Mary Poppins for her winning performance on Saturday's Strictly Come Dancing.
But Daisy Lowe, 27, vamped up her look as she opted for a complete sex kitten ensemble while heading to rehearsals for the BBC One prime-time show on Friday morning.
The model, who is partnered with professional dancer Aljaz Skorjanec, flaunted the results of her hardcore training regime in a skin-tight catsuit as she arrived at the London studios.
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Ooh la la! Daisy Lowe, 27, opted for a complete sex kitten ensemble while heading to rehearsals for Strictly Come Dancing on Friday morning
Looking like a 60s movie siren, the catwalk queen topped her figure-hugging unitard with a glamorous fur-trimmed coat, cutting off just above the ankles.
Staying true to her rocker roots Daisy wore her favourite lace-up biker boots, while her long chestnut tresses casually billowed in the Autumn breeze.
Completing her sexy look the TV personality opted for large-rimmed cat eye sunglasses and added a pop of colour to the otherwise all-black ensemble with a pink cardigan and matching lipstick.
The brunette beauty kept her accessories simple with silver hoop earrings as she chatted on the phone in one hand and carried a spare black blouse in the other.
Dressed to impress: The model flaunted the results of her hardcore training regime in a skin-tight bodysuit as she arrived at the London studios
All eyes on her: Staying true to her rocker roots Daisy wore her favourite lace-up biker boots, while her long chestnut tresses casually billowed in the Autumn breeze
The daughter of Pearl Lowe and Gavin Rossdale was back to her dancing A-game as she quick stepped straight to the number one slot on Saturday's show- scoring an excellent 31 points from the judges.
The brunette beauty mesmerised the audience and judges alike on the night, as she hopped and skipped across the dance floor to a favourite tune of the movie, A Spoonful of Sugar.
The charming routine featured a more complex Charleston section in the middle, in which she impressed with her precise and sharp footwork in the comfort of Aljaz's hold.
Head judge Len Goodman raved of the routine: 'You pulled out all the stops on that quickstep. Lovely hold, great posture and lovely moment round the floor. Well done!'
Practically perfect! Daisy was back to her dancing A-game as she quickstepped straight to the number one slot on Saturday's show- scoring an excellent 31 points from the judges
Elegant: The brunette mesmerised the audience and judges alike on the night, as she hopped and skipped across the dance floor to a favourite tune the movie, A Spoonful of Sugar
While enthusiastic Bruno Tonioli said the routine had 'such a supreme elegance - like Mary Poppins had been redesigned by Christian Dior!'
Meanwhile notoriously harsh judge Craig Revel-Horwood was a bit more critical, stating the Charleston sections needed to be more 'precise' and less 'heavy', before agreeing with his fellow judges that her and Aljaz dance 'so well together'.
The stunning star recently opened up to The Sunday People about her insecurities over her weight, but has since learned to love her body.
'I think feeling insecure can be completely crippling,' said the star. 'I have had times in my life when I have been unable to get out of bed because I have felt so insecure.
'But I think the most important lesson I’ve learned is that you have only one body, so you might as well enjoy it. My weight yo-yos so much. It always has. I am now a bit trimmer because I’ve been dancing four hours a day.'
Body-confident: The model recently spoke about her insecurities about her body but has since learned to love the skin she is in
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