Carol Vorderman wows in bikini top as she steps in to help Myleene Klass

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Carol Vorderman, 62, shows off her sensational figure tonight as scenes are set to air of her wearing a minuscule green bikini top, while coming to the aid of I’m A Celebrity South Africa co-star Myleene Klass, 45.

The former Countdown host showed off the results of her gruelling work-outs as she stepped in to make dinner for her campmates, after her co-star said she wanted out of the cooking.

In a clip from this evening’s instalment, the mother-of-two was seen walking around in her bright, halterneck top, which she teamed with a towel.

The former Hear’Say singer looked visibly unhappy when asked by Fatima Whitbread if she would help out making food for the camp.

Myleene complained that she had already cooked dinner the night before and set upon asking Carol to pick up the slack.

The radio presenter said: “Carol you like cooking, don’t you? Do you want to do the cooking with Fatima tonight?”

Carol rushed to Myleene’s aid as she walked over to the piano player’s hammock and was happy to accommodate her request.

The mathematician answered: “No I don’t, but of course I’ll do the cooking.”

“I’ll do the washing up,” added Myleene gratefully.

“Long as you braid my hair later,” teased Carol.

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It comes after the latter, who returned to the all-star ITV reality series after first appearing in 2016, said she has not known her weight “this century” having thrown away her scales 24 years ago.

She said: “I only go on dress size. I threw mine out in 1999.”

Myleene also said she had done the same “the second I had daughters”.

She said: “No way, I’m not going to have them ruled by numbers. Those numbers.

“People ask me about my weight all the time and I don’t know it. Why would you let your children measure themselves, their value, and their contribution by numbers on a scale?

“I was like, no, get rid, I don’t want it in the house.”

Carol responded: “Good for you.”

Myleene added: “Body positivity is so important. I want my girls to be empowered by what their abilities are and what they have to say for themselves and how they think.”

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