Carol Vorderman goes makeup-free to reveal incredible transformation as she shows off her curves in glam gown | The Sun

Carol Vorderman goes makeup-free to reveal incredible transformation as she shows off her curves in glam gown | The Sun

CAROL Vorderman showed off her natural beauty before having a very glam transformation to film a special episode of Taskmaster.

The 61-year-old star got all dolled up in a figure-hugging blue frock that showed off her hourglass figure.

She wrote on Instagram: "Last night we filmed a very special new years treat for @taskmaster… 🤩🤩.

"Make sure you tune in on New Years Day and watch Greg Davies and Alex Horne challenge us all 👀."

The look was a hit with Helen Flanagan who commented with love heart eyes emojis, while Kelly Brook called Carol "beautiful".

Carol is taking on Alex Horne's daft challenges alongside Radio 1 DJ Greg James, Olympic Gold- medal runner Mo Farah, singer Rebecca Lucy Taylor, aka singer-songwriter Self Esteem, and comedian and journalist Amelia Dimoldenberg.


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The winner gets the Greg’s Golden Eyebrows trophy, modelled on the Taskmaster himself, Greg Davies.

Carol joined Countdown for the very first episode in 1982 when she was in her twenties.

She got the gig after her mum arranged for the then 21-year-old to have an audition for the show after seeing a newspaper ad looking for women with good numerical skills.

Despite her young age Carol bagged the job and appeared on Countdown with the late Richard Whiteley from 1982 until his death in June 2005.

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She then carried on alongside Des Lynam then the late Des O'Connor.

But on July 25, 2008, Channel 4 announced that Carol was stepping down from Countdown.

She later said she had resigned after failing to agree terms with Channel 4 for a new contract, and it was reported that she had been asked to take a cut of 90% from her previous salary, estimated as £900,000.

She had considered leaving the show when the show's original host Richard Whiteley died in 2005, but remained on until O'Connor quit.

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