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Holly Willoughby and Amanda Holden post snow snaps as stars enjoy winter wonderland

Mirror logo Mirror 24/01/2021 Sam Elliott

Holly Willoughby warmed up for Dancing On Ice tonight with a chilly trip outside before filming.

She was ready to start building a snowman as the white stuff finally fell in London.

The presenter stepped out to see the snow for herself and treated her fans to a cute wintery selfie.

Posting the snap with the snow coming down, she was wearing a warm brown jumper and braved the elements with a light coat.

She started a Frozen singalong as she captioned the picture: "You wanna build a snowman..."

Her seven million followers know she's in for a really cold day.

Holly Willoughby with pink hair looking at the camera: Holly WIlloughby in the snow on Instagram © hollywilloughby /Instagram Holly WIlloughby in the snow on Instagram  

Holly will soon be setting off to film tonight's Dancing On Ice as fans wonder what show number two has in store.

Her co-host Phillip Schofield had already headed to the studios by the time the snow it, and he filmed himself standing out in it as the flake came down.

Another star enjoying the weather was Amanda Holden, who shared a picture of her garden on Instagram and wrote: "And just like that the world suddenly felt a bit more hopefuly."

© noholdenback/Instagram John Bishop taking a selfie in the snow © johnbish100/Instagram

EastEnders star Lacey Turner shared a picture of her young daughter Dusty playing outside, while comedian Jon Bishop posted with a pair of pigs.


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Laura Whitmore posted a snap of herself and her husband Iain Stirling wrapped up warm.

Ulrika Jonsson also shared a video of her dog playing in the snow in her garden, while Stacey Solomon also shared a picture of her outdoor space.

a close up of Laura Whitmore © thewhitmore/Instagram a bird that is sitting in the snow: Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling's garden © thewhitmore/Instagram Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling's garden

The former X Factor star said she was hoping the snow would settle so she could take her sons out to play.

However, it's not been all fun and games in the wintry weather.

Heavy snow in Hertfordshire gave ITV a headache with fears growing that stars of Dancing On Ice could become stranded at the studios.

Former contestant Gemma Collins, 39, is making a guest appearance on the show tonight and she filmed her journey into the studios as the weather worsened.

a person walking in the snow: Dancing on Ice star Vanessa Bauer having a snowball fight at the studios © vanessabauer_skates/Instagram Dancing on Ice star Vanessa Bauer having a snowball fight at the studios

She was initially excited to see a few flake, but her excitement turned to anxiety as the roads leading up to the studio were blanketed in thick drifts.

Gemma told her followers she was worried about getting snowed in at the site if the snow continues to fall.

She said: "When I get out of the Dancing On Ice studios tonight, will I ever make it home? This is just unbelievable."

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