She is set to make her Dancing On Ice debut on Sunday.
And Myleene Klass cut a casual figure in a longline padded coat on Thursday as she squeezed in some last-minute skating training.
The radio host, 42, braved the chilly January weather in a black hoodie, leggings, and knitted legwarmers after admitting she hopes to walk away from the ITV skating show with a ‘bum like Jennifer Lopez‘.
Low profile: Myleene Klass cut a casual figure in a longline coat and loungewear on Thursday as she squeezed in some last-minute training before her Dancing On Ice debut on Sunday
Myleene styled her chocolate tresses in a sleek straight bob, and she enhanced her visage with soft make-up as she was seen clutching a ceramic coffee mug.
The mother-of-three donned casual footwear and draped a sports bag over her shoulder before entering her training venue.
The radio host’s appearance comes after she admitted she is hoping to walk away from Dancing On Ice with a ‘bum like J-Lo’s’.
Jennifer, 51, left fans around the world aghast, as she showed off her incredibly age-defying figure in all its glory during a recent vacation to Turks and Caicos.
Staying warm: The radio host, 42, braved the chilly January weather in a black hoodie, leggings, and knitted legwarmers
Talking ahead of the show start on Sunday, Myleene said: ‘When else would I get this chance? I’m a mum of three, a step-mum of two, there’s seven of us in our blended family.
‘When else would a mum like me get the chance to learn a new skill. And I spent all of lockdown teaching children and teaching my music classes that went viral and now it’s time for me to learn a new skill.’
Myleene hilarious added: ‘And to be able to walk away with a bum like J-Lo’s… that’s the real reason I’m here, I am going to work so hard!’
Despite her plans for a peachy posterior, the musician also admitted that she is ‘terrified’ of getting her piano fingers ‘rolled over’.
Natural look: Myleene styled her chocolate tresses in a sleek straight bob, and she enhanced her visage with a slick of make-up as she was seen clutching a ceramic coffee mug
Ready for action: The mother-of-three donned casual footwear and draped a sports bag over her shoulder before entering her training venue
She said: ‘Oh, I’m terrified of all of it! I’m terrified of my piano fingers getting rolled over. I don’t know why that’s a recurring fear but it just is.
‘I think any time I’ve done a concert I’ve had to sign an indemnity insurance clause and I’ve had to sign all of these things that look after my fingers and now I’m actually in the line of fire I feel like I’m really going to have to look after my fingers.
‘By the nature of what it is I feel quite protective over my fingers. As a pianist I have to look after my fingers but I also have to life my life and I love the fact that I’m going to walk away with a new skill, new butt and fabulous wardrobe!’
Myleene added that the only other thing she has done as scary, was her stint on I’m A Celebrity in 2006.
Sensational figure: Jennifer, 51, left fans around the world aghast, as she showed off her incredibly age-defying figure in all its glory during a recent vacation to Turks and Caicos
She said: ‘I did the jungle and I remember when they asked me what my fear was I said dying.
‘I thought if I say rats or spiders or snakes they’re going to land those on my head but it turned out they locked me in a coffin anyway so I’ve done that!’
Newly released images of the ITV show’s studios last week saw large screens placed in front of the judges chairs to shield Ashley Banjo, John Barrowman, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean.
Studio first look: The new series of the ITV skating show will see the judges protected by perspex screens and no studio audience amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic
The judging panel will also be sat far apart, keeping in line with social distancing measures.
For the first time in its history the studio at Bovingdon Airfield in Hertfordshire will have no audience, a move mirroring that of Strictly Come Dancing.
The skating celebrities will also watch each other perform from socially-distanced tables to keep everyone safe from COVID-19.
Dancing On Ice 2021 starts this Sunday at 6pm on ITV.
Dancing On Ice 2021: Who are the celebrities?
Profession: Musician and radio host
Myleene says: ‘My girls have always wanted me to do this but I’ve always been too scared someone will skate over my fingers!’
Profession: Actor and singer, best know for playing Scott Robinson in Neighbours
Jason says: ‘To be able to learn a skill and spend some time focused is quite exciting, and I’m looking forward to seeing you guys.’
Profession: Actress best known for her role as Kate Connor in Coronation Street
Faye says: ‘I’m so excited! The producers get to know you and this is the first time I think people are just going to see me, not being a character… Just being me – Faye!’
Profession: Former sprint and hurdling athlete, who has since carved out a career as a TV personality
Colin says: ‘You go out there, you enjoy yourself and you learn a new skill and to hone the skill of skating will just be a huge, huge plus. I’m looking forward to it.’
Profession: TV personality
Rebekah says: ‘I’m really looking forward to getting my teeth into that. I’m going to give my 100% effort for it all.’
Rufus says: ‘I’m doing it for the money. I don’t know if you’ve heard but about six months ago this global pandemic hit and made just about everything I’ve ever done to earn a pound note disappear!’
DENISE VAN OUTEN
Profession: Performer and presenter, best known for The Big Breakfast
Denise says: ‘I’m really excited. Finally, I get to tell people. I’ve kept this a secret from most of my friends and family. Betsy [her daughter] doesn’t even know….’
Profession: Singer and radio presenter, best known for his daily Breakfast Show on Capital Radio
Sonny says: ‘I don’t want to fall over, not in front of the nation. I don’t want to be a meme the next day!’
Profession: Actor best known for his role as Jacob Gallagher in Emmerdale
Joe-Warren says: ‘I’m super excited. I’m glad I have the time off Emmerdale to really focus on training…’
Profession: Former Olympic skier, who is also a TV presenter, adventurer and journalist
Graham says: ‘Ice doesn’t scare me, it’s the dancing… [My experience was confined to] ‘dancing on tables, wearing ski boots in après ski. It’s not graceful and elegant!’
Lady says: ‘I’m petrified, (but) I’ve always wanted to ice skate so what’s better than doing it in front of millions of people.’
Profession: Television personality
Billie says: ‘I am soooo excited to announce that I will be taking part. I still can’t believe I am actually doing it!!’