Carol Vorderman, 58, looks sensational as she displays her hourglass curves in skintight leather trousers to show off her new haircut
Carol Vorderman took to Twitter to share her new hairdo with followers and quickly set pulses racing with her bombshell curves.
The Countdown presenter, 58, looked nothing short of sensational in the snaps where she displayed her hourglass figure.
Showing off her newly dyed blonde locks, Carol donned a camo long-sleeved top with skin-tight dark green trousers.
Beauty: Carol Vorderman, 58, took to Twitter to share her new hairdo with followers and quickly set pulses racing with her bombshell curves
The TV star let her blonde tresses fall loose down her shoulders and she also wore a pair of black ankle boots.
Carol looked in high spirits as she struck a series of poses showing off her new hairdo.
One follower wrote: 'What a woman (wolf whistle)' while singer Imelda May said: 'You're on fire babe!'
Carol has previously downplayed discussion of her famous derriere and has denied accusations she has had it surgically enhanced.
Stunning: The Countdown presenter looked nothing short of sensational in the snaps where she displayed her hourglass figure
Reaction: Twitter users couldn't help but compliment Carol on her stunning figure
In a previous interview with MailOnline, she said: 'I’ve always had a huge a**e. I promise I haven’t had bottom implants. It’s the same old bottom.'
'In my family, loads of us have it: the Vorderman A**e. My daughter Katie has it. My nephew has it. We’re all sticky-out-bottom people.
‘And I’ve been working out for decades, so the shape of mine is down to years of keeping fit.
‘I walk seven miles a day and I try to do a 15-mile walk once a week as well, up the Brecon Beacons or along the River Cam. It makes me so happy.'
Style: Showing off her newly dyed blonde locks, Carol donned a camo long-sleeved top with skin-tight dark green trousers
Fun: Carol looked in high spirits as she struck a series of poses showing off her new hairdo
Speaking previously on This Morning, Carol told how she believes we still live in an ageist society.
'I think we’re becoming less so, but I don’t think social media has helped, as we all know, as we all get a bit of the brunt of that. It doesn’t help people who are at the receiving end,' she said.
Despite facing online criticism from trolls, Carol admitted that she doesn't respond to her haters.
'I just mute. Lorraine [Kelly] taught me that trick, she said “Don’t block, mute." And then they carry on doing their thing,' she said.
Speaking about life in her fifties Carol explained: 'The best decade. I feel fantastic. Obviously tragedy happens, but that’s life. But I feel freer than ever before.'
(pictured in May 2019)