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Carol Vorderman, 63, flaunts her incredible curves as she channels Miley Cyrus, 31, in skin-tight leather for a sizzling social media snap


She’s known for her showcasing her jaw-dropping figure on social media

And Carol Vorderman sent temperatures soaring as she slipped into skin-tight leather trousers to channel one of Miley Cyrus‘ gorgeous Grammy looks on Monday. 

The Countdown star, 63, looked sensational in the all black ensemble which also boasted a figure-hugging sweater. 

She accentuated her tiny waist with a chunky belt as she posed confidently for the mirrored selfie. 

Carol captioned the post: ‘Tried to go all @mileycyrus Grammys paying homage to her godmother @dollyparton..for filming’

Carol Vorderman looked sensational as she slipped into skin-tight leather trousers for a sizzling social media snap on Monday

Carol Vorderman looked sensational as she slipped into skin-tight leather trousers for a sizzling social media snap on Monday 

She revealed she was channeling one of Miley Cyrus ' gorgeous Grammy looks

Miley Cyrus pictured at last week's Grammy Awards

She revealed she was channeling one of Miley Cyrus ‘ gorgeous Grammy looks (R)

Carol captioned the post: 'Tried to go all @mileycyrus Grammys paying homage to her godmother @dollyparton..for filming'

Carol captioned the post: ‘Tried to go all @mileycyrus Grammys paying homage to her godmother @dollyparton..for filming’

Before adding: Not sure it worked…BUT I TRIED’.

Carol joined LBC radio to present a new Sunday programme which started last month. 

The TV presenter was axed from her BBC Radio Wales show in November 2023 after she breached the broadcaster’s social media guidelines.

The former Countdown Star has claimed she will continue ‘to hold the corrupt to account’, after previously wowing to keep ‘calling out the disgusting Tories‘ – after she was axed.

Carol has admitted that ‘she will carry on using her voice to cause a commotion’ in her upcoming weekend programme which airs January 14th from 4pm until 7pm.

She said: ‘I’m delighted to be joining LBC and the phenomenal stable of powerful voices on the station. More than ever, live radio is an incredibly important platform for news, so I’m looking forward to returning to a medium that I love. 

‘And what a year 2024 is going to be for news and politics! On Sunday afternoon, I’ll be using my voice – as you might expect – to cause a commotion. 

‘I won’t be shy to say things that others won’t and I’ll hold the corrupt to account without fear or favour. 

She was also inspired by Queen of country music Dolly Parton

She was also inspired by Queen of country music Dolly Parton 

Carol joined LBC radio to present a new Sunday programme which started last month (pictured on Sunday)

Carol joined LBC radio to present a new Sunday programme which started last month (pictured on Sunday)  

The TV presenter was axed from her BBC Radio Wales show in November 2023 after she breached the broadcaster's social media guidelines

The TV presenter was axed from her BBC Radio Wales show in November 2023 after she breached the broadcaster’s social media guidelines

‘And obviously I can’t wait to hear from the listeners – all of it, without apology or embarrassment; their worries, their joys, their ideas. 

‘To quote Bob Dylan, ‘the times they are a-changin’ and I can’t wait to get started – bring it on!’

Carol has previously appeared as a guest presenter on LBC alongside Nick Ferrari, James O’Brien, Shelagh Fogarty, Andrew Marr, Tom Swarbrick, Iain Dale and Matt Frei.

LBC’s Managing Editor, Tom Cheal said: ‘Now more than ever, listeners want candid, intelligent debate where people are free to air their views openly. 

‘LBC’s callers provide a unique insight into what people right across the country are thinking and feeling, and I’m delighted Carol will be debating the big issues with them each week. 

‘Carol’s straight-talking and incisive opinion make her the perfect fit alongside what is already the UK’s best team of speech broadcasters, and I know she will help ensure LBC continues to lead the way as the home of the UK’s best opinion-led broadcasting.’

Carol had been accused of ‘flagrantly breaching’ the BBC’s impartiality rules with her online outbursts, which have included calling ministers ‘a lying bunch of greedy, corrupt, destructive, hateful, divisive, gaslighting crooks‘. 



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