Myleene Klass strips to an orange bikini on I’m A Celeb
It comes after Myleene hit back at trolls who accused her recreating her iconic shower scene to win the show.
The presenter, 45, looked incredible in the triangle top which showcased her toned stomach and cleavage as she cooled off in camp.
Teaming the look with a hat and trousers, Myleene showed off her gym-honed figure.
Elsewhere, Carol Vorderman revealed she hadn’t weighed herself this century, with Myleene echoing her thoughts on how damaging it can be to become fixated on how much you weigh.
She told the former Countdown presenter how she speaks positively about herself so as to set an example for her three children.
It comes after Myleene clapped back at trolls who slammed her for recreating her iconic white bikini scene from 17 years ago.
One wrote: ‘You’re an intelligent bright girl but so disappointing that you feel that you have to strip down to your bikini to win the show!
‘You really are so much better than that. Such a shame Mylene.’
Myleene couldn’t resist replying to the troll and took to her Instagram Story to write: ‘Intelligent bright girls know they can’t shower in a boiler suit.’
She added: ‘You can win trials, play a piano, raise a family and wear a bikini. They’re not mutually exclusive.
‘Women should feel unapologetic of who they are and fearless in the body they’re in. Wear what you want to wear, live how you want to live…. and let your sisters do the same’.
Myleene was originally known for wearing the white triangle skimpy bikini in the shower during her first time on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in 2006.
Ahead of entering the camp, Myleene spoke about her white bikini.
She explained: ‘After doing the programme I saw the photo and I was like ‘”y goodness, it does look glamorous”, but it certainly didn’t feel like it – far from it!
‘There are worse things to be known for than being really clean! Since then, I have had three babies and I don’t look like that now.’
She added: ‘I am really proud of how strong my body has been. It has been through lots of trials and tribulations since and part of the reason for doing this all star version is I want to remind myself of that.
‘I do feel like a different person, I was in my 20s when I first came into the jungle and now I’m in my 40s.
‘I think I will smell the campfire and it will be like yesterday!
‘I’ve got so many great memories to pick from but I liked some of the things you don’t see on camera – like at night when the jungle came alive. All you could see was a wall of green dots, green eyes, reflected by the moonlight.’
While touching on the iconic bikini from her 2006 series, she said in her pre-entry interview: ‘I bought that white bikini for £40. After the show I sold it off – for £7,500!’
The celebrities in the All Stars ITV series have to compete and win the trials to keep their place on the hit show unlike the Australian version there is no public vote.
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