The Masked Singer's Davina McCall shows off her incredible legs in daring dress as she's forced to wear trainers again

THE Masked Singer's Davina McCall showed off her incredible legs while flashing her comfy footwear tonight.

The show detective said her foot was still sore as she was forced to wear trainers again following a nasty fall.

She jazzed up her trainers with a sequin dress that split at the sides, displaying her toned pins.

Davina, 54, posed for fans on Instagram and said: "It’s @maskedsingeruk tonight TAKE IT OFF!!!notebooks at the ready ❤️"

She revealed she still had a "very sore ankle" but was enjoying teaming trainers with "posh dresses".

But fans were distracted by the blonde streaks in her poker straight hair.

One said: "Love love love the hair colour 😍"

Another wrote beneath her post: "Trainers and posh dresses are the future 🙌🏽 You look amazing as always Davina , love the blonde 😍"

Davina and her fellow panellists Rita Ora, Mo Gilligan and Jonathan Ross were left gobsmacked tonight when Keane frontman Tom Chaplin was unmasked as Poodle.

The star managed to make it through the whole show with not a single one of the judges guessing it was him.

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So many were stunned when Tom, 42, took off Poodle's mask on tonight's nail-biting show.

Speaking about appearing on The Masked Singer he said: "I’ve got to a point in my life where I don’t take myself too seriously anymore.

"I think that’s pretty important if you’re going to dress up as a seven foot multicoloured poodle.

"I’ve also become much more interested in embracing different challenges – being in a band is like living on a little island, so it’s good to try things that are out of your comfort zone!"

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