Davina McCall has confessed she “doesn’t care what people think” in a candid interview as she addressed the backlash she received for her killer outfits on The Masked Singer.

The Big Brother and talent show judge, 54, claims she is ready to stop “giving a damn” now that she’s in her 50s.

During her time on the ITV talent show, the mum-of-three faced a wave of hate online for some of her wardrobe choices when she joined Rita Ora, Mo Gilligan and Jonathan Ross on the star-studded judging panel.

But now, in an unearthed interview from December last year, the TV presenter has confessed that she is embracing who she is and couldn’t care less what anyone else has to say about it.

In an interview with Women’s Health UK, Davina opened up about “shedding the shackles of inhibition” as she entered the next phase of her adult life.

As she brought up the topic of how life has changed since she entered her 50s, the star told the publication: “It’s a time of liberation. It's a time of shedding the shackles of inhibition and of giving a damn…

“Because I haven’t always felt like that. It’s not just being on telly and it’s not just being a show off. It’s that I don’t really care what people think, which is very liberating.

“When we’re left to our own devices, we are very bloody funny,” she explained.

When asked about her emotional health as she enters her 50s, she added: “I have no drama…no stress. I’m just in a really good, happy, balanced state.

“Sometimes I feel a bit guilty…but I've got nothing to complain about,” she added.

Earlier this year, the brunette beauty was forced to defend her glamorous outfits after some of The Masked Singer hit back at cruel users on social media.

One garment that divided fans online was a low-cut white dress with a daring thigh-high slit as she paraded her endless legs on the show.

Another dress that sparked controversy was a long semi-translucent black frock which showcased her enviable figure in full view of her 1.5million viewers online.

Davina defended her fashion decisions in an interview with The Sun, as she argued that some people will “complain about anything.”

She told the publication: “I have a line where I think, ‘I wouldn’t wear that, that’s too risky, or I don’t feel comfortable in it.

“I just don’t think any of the outfits that I was wearing were that shocking. I didn’t think they were that outrageous…

“There’s always going to be a few people that complain about anything, about everything. Social media is so brilliant in so many ways, but it can be so destructive.”

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