Holly Willoughby’s boob-baring DOI dress sparks flurry of Ofcom complaints

Dancing on Ice has been hit with hundreds of Ofcom complaints after the launch show after Holly Willoughby sparked outrage as she donned a dangerously plunging pink gown to present the show alongside Phillip Schofield.

Holly, 39, put on a very busty display as she wowed in a low-cut Dany Atrache gown, worth a whopping £6,240.

The blonde presenter ditched her bra to show off her famous curves in the embellished dress, but it seems many viewers weren't impressed.

Holly came under fire as many fans took to social media to deem the dress inappropriate for a family TV show.

Ofcom has disclosed that 341 complaints were made from viewers, with some made about Holly's low-cut dress, but it has not been made clear whether an investigation will follow.

Other complaints were also about the set-up of the show given the new Covid regulations.

Fans took to social media during the show to comment on Holly's dress, as one said: "Does Holly realise this is a family show?"

Another added: "Holly put them away," while a third said: "Holly is half undressed."

Comedian Rufus Hound's comments also sparked a number of complaints with the watchdog, as he used his airtime on the show as an opportunity to slam the government.

As he accepted the first Golden Ticket of the series, he said: "I’ve spent most of this year not emotionally stable because the world does not make sense and this does not make more sense of it."

"We live in a world where the people we elect don’t want to feed hungry children, this is the least mad thing that has happened to me in a long time."

After the show, Rufus took to social media to defend his comments after they sparked a heavy backlash from fans.

He wrote: "To the people who want to be cross with me, you were never going to be my friend.

"I wish it were different, but such is the world we now live in.

To everyone else, thanks for all your lovely messages. I will try to keep doing funny ice dances for you x."

Meanwhile, Lady Leshurr was revealed to be the celebrity who came bottom of the public vote and judges' vote, sparking shock after her show-stopping performance.

She will be in the Skate-Off against whoever of the final six contestants lands in the bottom two this weekend.

Dancing on Ice continues on Sunday at 6pm on ITV.

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