FORMER countdown host Carol Vorderman has shown fans she's still got the goods with a saucy snap.
The 60-year-old took to social media to flaunt her curves after she announced that her days of presenting are over.
The star posted a mirror selfie to her Instagram Stories (@carolvorders) in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Carol showed off her slinky figure and curves in a skintight red, white and black jumpsuit.
She let her long tresses flow freely as the television star accessorised with a large black belt.
Vorderman captioned the post: "Time for the radio…YESSSSSSSS. Join me at 11.30 BBC radio Wales…[email protected]".
She also posted the sultry snap to Twitter, adding the message: "We're talking 1970s big time today…so QUESTION What is your best thing about the 70s???"
"Anything at all….tell me now.. I'm in a spandex onesie today in homage"
Fans replied with: "The punk explosion in 76/77 and all the New Wave bands that followed."
Another fan complimented Vorderman's look, joking: "Good figure (I mean good at figures)."
The star recently admitted that she was quitting her career in television, finding herself getting "beyond tired" during filming after being diagnosed with long covid.
Carol told The Mirror: "In January I said to my agent: 'I’m just not doing that any more. I don’t see the point."
"I’m going to concentrate on my health', so that’s what I’ve been doing.".
The TV favourite shot to fame when she landed her first ever TV role on Countdown in 1982, which she starred on until 2008.
She has also appeared on Strictly Come Dancing, Loose Women, and I'm A Celeb over the years.
Speaking of long covid: "I would be gasping for breath, for probably three months."
Fortunately, the star has now fully recovered.
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