Alison Hammond flaunts her amazing weight loss in a sparkly blue dress as she shares a radiant snap
Alison Hammond looked amazing in a snap shared on her Instagram on Saturday, ahead of the BBC’s I Can See Your Voice, on which she is a judge.
The TV personality, 47, showed off her astonishing weight loss as she posed in a sparkly blue dress and matching sheer striped shawl.
Having previously said that she weighed more than 20 stones, she turned heads in the dazzling outfit, while flashing a beaming smile into the distance.
Wow! Alison Hammond flaunted her amazing weight loss in a sparkly blue dress as she shared a beaming snap on Instagram on Saturday.
Tune in! In her caption, she wrote: ‘Tonight @bbcone 9.10 pm I can see your voice [microphone emoji’
In her caption, she wrote: ‘Tonight @bbcone 9.10 pm I can see your voice [microphone emoji.’
It comes after Alison candidly spoke about her weight and said although she might die ‘a little bit sooner’, she plans to live her life ‘to the fullest’.
The TV star admitted she is trolled on a daily basis about her size but refuses to slim down for others as she likes taking up ‘a little bit of extra space in the world’.
Speaking to Lorraine Kelly and her daughter Rosie Smith on the What If? podcast, Alison said she is going to try and eat healthier to avoid knee pain but added ‘we’re all going to die eventually’.
Looking good: Having previously said she weighed more than 20 stone (L: 2022, R: 2019)
She vowed to live her life to the ‘fullest’ and promised that she was going to have a ‘wonderful life’ in the candid chat.
Alison said: ‘I take a little bit of extra space in the world and I don’t think I’m hurting anyone.’
Back in 2019, Alison was unveiled as a Weight Watchers ambassador.
The TV presenter previously admitted that she was embarrassed by her more than 20-stone weight and struggled to see the ‘light at the end of the tunnel’.
Ambassador: Back in 2019 (pictured), Alison was unveiled as a Weight Watchers ambassador
Alison, who is loved for her sunny disposition, said she wanted to prioritise her health and wellbeing whilst juggling her on-the-go lifestyle.
She said: ‘My WW journey is focused on getting healthier for myself. I feel rubbish when I don’t eat properly or exercise and WW helps me with what I eat and do.
‘I know I’ll also lose weight by following the WW programme, but that’s not the be-all and end-all for me.
Progress: The television personality previously kept her followers updated on her progression on Instagram (pictured in 2019 working out)
‘I want my journey to empower others to think about making changes to their lifestyle to become the best version of themselves.’
She continued: ‘It’s been 17 years since I began working in TV, and I’m busier than ever, especially juggling my duties as a mum.
‘WW is the only programme that works for me, with the Online WW Coach there for support whenever you need it, 24 hours a day.’
Back in 2016, Alison spoke about her weight, saying she is ‘so embarrassed by it’ and admitted she weighs more than 20 stone.
She told Planet Radio: ‘When you get really big like me, you don’t see any light at the end of the tunnel.’
That same year, she lost 10lbs and 22″ off her body at boot camp. A decade before that, she had a gastric band fitted in 2006, but her body rejected it.
She added: ‘I’d love to weigh 12 stone, that’s the ideal weight for my height, I’m 5ft 9in, but if I was 15 stone and around a size 14 to 16 I’d be over the moon.’
Admissions: Back in 2016, Alison spoke about her weight, saying she is ‘so embarrassed by it’ and admitted she weighs more than 20 stone. Pictured recently