Carol Vorderman stuns as she strips off to leopard print bikini top and goes make-up free | The Sun

CAROL Vorderman sent fans wild as she shared her process of choosing swimwear for I'm a Celebrity South Africa.

The 61-year-old is one of famous faces taking part in the 'all stars' spin off off I'm a Celeb.

Today Carol took to Instagram to share a video recorded last year as she prepared to enter the jungle for a second time.

In the clip the former Countdown host tried on a variety of swimwear, showing off her a famous curves in a leopard print bikini.

She also slipped into a sequinned Union Jack two piece, before changing into a figure-hugging grey swimsuit.

Carol wrote: "I dread the shower bits in camp, absolutely dread them but it’s hot and sweaty out there and you get filthy when you’re doing a trial…

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"So time on my hands, used the next few days to choose some bikini things… and I’m glad I did… there were a few that were just a little too tight and a little tricky to get off!!! Jeez 😂😂."

Commenting on the clip, one fan wrote: "Vorders about to break the internet and she knows 🔥."

Another said: "You look bloody great girl , keep doing what your doing 💜."

And a third added: "You look fab ❤️."

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As well as trying on her jungle looks, Carol spent her time in isolation before the jungle working up a sweat with some intense yoga.

Yesterday she posted another throwback clip, showing off her washboard abs in a skintight red lycra gym set.

She finished off the sporty look with a pair of bright neon orange running trainers.

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