Presenting legend Carol Vorderman showed off her stunning figure and "great rear" for her 293K Instagram followers.

Wiggling her bum while she wore skin-tight black leggings, heeled black boots and a leopard print peplum top, belted at the waist to accentuate her curves.

After the 62-year-old completed her raunchy dance, she spun around in slow motion laughing as though she'd been caught off guard.

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Carol shared the video to promote her weekly quiz, adding the caption: "We’re back with another week of @perfect10carol. Remember… 10 questions. 10 points. All in 10 minutes,"

"Come back and let me know how you got on, I love hearing your scores," she ended.

"Great rear view!", one fan commented.

A second wrote: "Bum of the Century!"

"Omg stop it! I've only just woken up," a third put with heart-eye emojis.

Her dancing video comes after she revealed that she wanted to be "dancing away at 87."

“I don’t understand why my behaviour should change just because I’m getting older," she told the Sun. “There are people dancing away at 87 and having a good time. They’re not harming anyone.”

She went on to say that after her two marriages and some long-term relationships, she's explored a "freer" way of dating.

"Every romcom tells women to look for love and live happily ever after," Carol started. "It’s all nonsense. We sell every little girl the message: ‘Cinderella needs a prince to save her.’ Yet half of marriages end in divorce."

“I get frustrated when women are told to find a man. It’s b*****ks, because the goal is not to be in love, the goal is to be happy", she continued.

Carol added: “I want to be able to genuinely say: ‘I love my life.’ And I can say that. So I don’t need to be validated by this nonsense. Love comes in many forms.

Carol confessed that she's been having 'no-strings attached' relationships with 'multiple men' and calls herself a Boada, the terms she's coined for a female 'player'.

She told the Sun: "In the past, you’d be called horrible words as a woman. A man is a ‘player’, but there is no female equivalent word. So I’ve made one up. I call it ‘Boada’, which is like [ancient warrior queen] Boadicea."

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