Holly Willoughby seems to be continuing her bad run of fashion choices on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
Despite working with a stylist, the TV presenter’s latest ensemble on Tuesday’s episode was largely panned by fans and viewers.
During the live segment of the ITV reality show, Holly showed off her legs in an Ellery denim and PVC A-line skirt, teamed with a La Redoute checked shirt and black ankle boots.
One fan even described the Western-themed ensemble as "Darth Vader goes country".
While the shirt was a relatively affordable £39, it was the £485 skirt that most people seemed to take offence at.
During the show, Holly posted the outfit on her Instagram account with many of her followers sharing their dislike of the ensemble in the comments.
One fan wrote: "Clothes that you have on the show are rank. You’re usually looking fab too."
Another one commented: "Worst outfit ever. You need to change your stylist."
One follower said: "That skirt is awful. I love your style on This Morning but 80 per cent of tour outfits on I’m A Celeb have been just terrible."
However, some liked that Holly was taking risks in the different setting of the Australian jungle.
One fan enthused: "I love that you don’t follow the crowds and you wear what you like. Nice one Holly. I’m just the same, I like to be different."
Another praised the shirt, but slammed the skirt: "Shirt is fab. Skirt needs to be placed on the jungle camp fire. But then again, you’re more than likely getting paid thousands just for wearing it on TV so can’t blame it."
Holly teamed up with stylist Angie Smith to create 40 different looks for her guest hosting stint on I’m A Celebrity.
It looks like Angie has been heavily influenced by the Wild West with Holly rocking a lot of denim, checked shirts and cowboy boots during the past couple of weeks.
Angie also works with Holly on her This Morning and Dancing On Ice wardrobe, which has been largely received well and contributed to the presenter landing a new role as a Marks & Spencer spokesmodel.
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