Holly Willoughby had a wardrobe malfunction as she attended the Dancing On Ice launch on Tuesday night.
The presenter, 37, wore a stunning red satin gown as she hit the red carpet alongside telly partner Phillip Schofield.
But Holly's red dress appeared to have a small mark near her leg, which was highlighted by the paparazzi cameras.
Despite the slight mishap, Holly still looked glowing as she swapped her jungle wardrobe for glitz and glam.
Holly and Phil attended the event at London's Natural History Museum alongside next year's contestants and their professional skating partners.
Skaters Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean also attended the launch.
The brand new series will return in January with the likes of TOWIE star Gemma Collins, former EastEnders actor Richard Blackwood and Westlife's Brian McFadden taking to the ice.
Joining them will be Love Island's Wes Nelson, Loose Women star Saira Khan, X Factor's Saara Aalto, Grease icon Did Conn, Corrie's Jane Danson, Neighbour's star Mark Little, Pussycat Doll Melody Thompson, cricketer Ryan Sidebottom and Strictly's James Jordan.
Holly has just returned home from Australia following her stint on this year's I'm A Celebrity.
It was a one-off, once in a lifetime adventure. I'll be at home with everyone else having a glass of wine watching it.
During last night's Dancing On Ice launch, the mum-of-three confirmed she won't be returning for another series of the jungle and instead will be watching from the comfort of her sofa.
She said via The Sun: "It was a one-off, once in a lifetime adventure. I'll be at home with everyone else having a glass of wine watching it.
"That was the thing I was most jealous of. Here I am standing here while you're all drinking red wine at home in front of the fire and I'm in the rain in the jungle."
Holly is expected to return to our screens next month for This Morning and Dancing On Ice.
At the weekend, ITV responded to reports that Holly may leave This Morning and triple her estimated £11m fortune with an all-new show.
Speaking to The Sun, a spokesperson for the broadcaster said the reports are "simply not true", adding that there have been "no conversations" about Holly leaving.
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