CAROL Vorderman has been showing off her famous curves in a skin-tight leather jumpsuit
The former Countdown presenter’s daring outfit perfectly revealed her award-winning bum and tiny waist.
Carol Vorderman posed for a sexy mirror selfieCredit: Instagram
Carol, 60, shared snaps of herself filming Six Nations Sin Bin, stood in front of a white board titled Carol’s Calorie Conundrum.
She captioned the snaps: ‘Been doing a few VERY IMPORTANT sums on SIN BIN with @GabbyLogan @gareththomas14 and @GreggAWallace
“Watch tomorrow ok @BBCOne Wales or @BBCiPlayer…. Yesssssssss.
“t’s a good rugby laugh.”
She threw herself into filming for the BBC showCredit: Instagram
Carol is no stranger to showcasing her sexy outfits and recently urged fans to “dress how the F you want”.
And her latest snaps impressed her followers who praised her “ageless” looks.
One said: “Have you actually not aged in 20 years got to 40 and just stayed stunning.”
Another added: “Wow nice catsuit gorgeous.”
Someone else said: “Rear of the year.”
And fans couldn’t help but notice her famous ‘rear of the year’Credit: Instagram
Carl recently revealed she has signed up for celebrity matchmaking service Raya at age 60 after previously shunning dating apps.
And she’s not been short of offers from men – and women.
The network for elite singletons counts Hollywood actor Channing Tatum, Normal People star Paul Mescal, singer Lewis Capaldi and BGT’s David Walliams amongst its famous clientele.
Carol told The Sun she made it clear to potential suitors she wasn’t looking for anything longterm during a brief stint on the app.
She said: “A mate of mine said it would be a laugh. A lot of LA people made contact, men and women funnily enough, but it’s not my scene.
“I’m quite happy with my usual way of doing things. But life is never dull.”
Carol is no stranger to posing in the mirrorCredit: Instagram
Although her usual antics have been ruled off limits thanks to the ongoing stay-at-home Covid curbs.
But Carol has admitted the lockdown restrictions have stopped her “getting up to mischief”.
Carol told BBC1’s Morning Live: “My mum lived with me for decades, you know I was my mum’s full time carer. I’m very sad she died a few years ago.”
She then added with a cheeky smile: “But I don’t have those responsibilities now and I always say I love getting up to mischief which lockdown has put a stop to.”
Laughing, show host Gethin Jones interrupted her and said: “That’s probably a good place to stop as you’re about to start talking about mischievous stuff.
“Maybe for another day. Carol, thank you.”