The Masked Singer’s Davina McCall ‘loves her saggy bits and feels liberated’

The Masked Singer judge Davina McCall has confessed that she loves her "saggy bits" and finds it "liberating" she looks like she does at the age of 55.

Davina became a fitness freak when she was pregnant with her second child Tilly, taking on a personal trainer and releasing various fitness DVDs and her six-week shape up Own Your Goals.

In a recent interview with Woman, the presenter explained that anyone can look great as long as they put in the effort, saying she celebrates her "lovely bits of saggy skin!"

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The star added: "Do you know what, I love myself more now than when my skin was all tight? It's so liberating liking where you're at and not wishing you were 10 years younger or older.

"People say to me, 'You look young', but that's only because I bounce around like Tigger working out whereas I used to be like a sloth.

"I'm not naturally like this but I train to be like this, and you can too. If you can get motivated to keep fit you will feel more confident and stronger and happier in life.

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"I honestly don't know what I'd do without exercise because it's so good for my head," adding: "It's a no-brainer. Start as small as you like, but please start!"

The Masked Singer viewers have been stunned by Davina's appearances on the hit ITV show, on which she recently wore a leopard print dress, and is known for her social media posts wearing skimpy swimwear.


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