'I didn't have any roast potatoes at Christmas!' Heidi Range reveals her terror over donning THAT catsuit for Dancing On Ice
She wowed fans when she skated on to the rink on last weekend's Dancing On Ice wearing an entirely unforgiving skintight gold catsuit.
But Heidi Range revealed today she was so terrified about getting into the all-in-one that she dieted over Christmas to ensure there were no unsightly lumps and bumps.
The 28-year-old Sugababes star told Kate Garraway and Dan Lobb on Daybreak this morning that the thought of wearing the catsuit on the ITV talent show was enough to put her off her roast dinner over the festive season.
Slender: Heidi Range showed off her slender figure in a pair of skintight black leggings as she arrived at the ITV studios this morning
She said: 'I tried that catsuit on before Christmas so there was no roast potatoes Christmas day.
Terror: The skintight gold catsuit was entirely unforgiving
'I had a fear about that catsuit for a long time.'
Heidi has lost a stone since she started training for Dancing On Ice, and showed off her newly svelte figure on Daybreak this morning in a pair of super-tight black leggings and sky-high heels.
Talking about her changing shape, Heidi said: 'I've lost a stone since I started and I'm not complaining, I'm loving it.'
Heidi, who was joined on the sofa by skating partner Andrei Lipanov, also spoke about the Dancing On Ice twist this weekend which will see the celebrity contestants 'duel' against each other.
She explained: 'It's two couples per song and you are competing against someone else so we are competing against Charlene and Matt.
'But I'm really enjoying it. I don't want to go out of it – I love it.
'So if Charlene beats me please keep me in because I love it!'
Skinny minnie: The 28-year-old singer has lost a stone since she began training for Dancing On Ice last year
Ready for the duel: Heidi and Dancing On Ice partner Andrei Lipanov on Daybreak this morning
Heidi added that the most exciting duel of the show will be between Jorgie Porter and Matthew Wolfenden, who were paired together due to their similar standards of ability.
She said: 'It's going to be exciting to watch Jorgie and Matthew against each other. both of them don't deserve to go.'
Dancing On Ice is on ITV1 this Sunday at 6.45pm and 9.30pm.