Myleene Klass named sexist woman alive as she recreates Im A Celeb bikini pic

Myleene Klass has been dubbed the "sexiest woman alive" by fans after recreating her iconic I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! bikini picture.

The former Hearsay star, 44, appeared on the ITV series in 2006, famously posing in a white two-piece bathing suit while taking a shower.

The scene has gone down in history as one of the show's most iconic moments.

Sixteen years on, Myleene has recreated the memorable look to launch her new swimwear collection with Next.

Posting to Instagram on Monday, the mother-of-two shared a stunning video of herself modelling a number of looks from the range.

The ad sees Myleene frolicking in the ocean and on the beach in a number of different designs.

One of the looks includes a white bikini similar to that she donned in the jungle.

Walking out of the ocean, the radio presenter is all smiles as she tucks her wet hair behind her ears, which are adorned with large gold hoop earrings.

Myleene wrote in a caption alongside the video: "Lift off. My swimwear collection has launched."

Quick to compliment Myleene on the stunning commercial were admirers from within her 408,000 followers.

One impressed follower wrote: "You are such a Goddess," while another commented: "Stunning."

Meanwhile, a third said: "Looking fabulous, Myleene."

"Sexiest woman alive," another fan concluded.

The video follows Myleene previously revealing how fate played a major hand in her iconic I'm a Celeb bikini moment.

Posting to Instagram in 2020, Myleene wrote: "I remember one of the show's producers looking at my bikinis in the hotel before I went to camp. One was covered in stripes. 'We’ll have to stop at the shops as that's probably going to strobe on camera'.

"I ran into the shop en route to the jungle, asked the shop assistant for the plainest bikini she had.

"Best $40 I ever spent… especially as it raised so much for charity afterwards," she added.

After her appearance on the show, Myleene auctioned the two-piece off for charity – raising £7,500 which helped some of the 150,000 people who lost out on millions when Christmas hamper company Farepak collapsed.

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