Alex Scott dances in vampy vinyl catsuit and knee-high boots
Alex Scott took to Instagram to wish her close friend and former Arsenal teammate Leah Williamson a happy birthday on Wednesday, unveiling several unseen clips of the duo.
The One Show presenter, who shares a close relationship with the Lioness captain, looked phenomenal in one clip as she rocked a silhouette-skimming bodysuit. Complete with black mesh, swathes of latex and buckled detailing, Alex's hell-for-leather ensemble was in honour of a Halloween party she attended back in October - and she seriously pulled it off.
Take a look at her edgy getup as she dances with Leah in the clip below…
The star levelled up her futuristic look with lace-up arm cuffs, fingerless gloves and knee-high leather boots. As for hair and makeup, the BBC pundit looked unrecognisable with a cute combo of space-buns and a block fringe, bringing the glamour with a beguiling blue eyeshadow and fluttery false lashes.
Other clips showed Alex rocking an incredible glittering striped T-shirt dress and sky-high red leather boots as she danced in a restaurant with her former teammate.
The video was captured at her 37th birthday bash last year, and Alex looked like she just stepped off the Strictly Come Dancing ballroom in the sizzling sequinned number, which featured a stitched German Shepherd across the chest.
Alex's playful post in honour of her friend's birthday comes just after the footballer-turner-presenter opened up to HELLO! about her recent struggles with mental health as a result of online trolling.
"What I’ve experienced [online] the last two years from when I transitioned from sport into broadcasting was the really dark, negative side," Alex said as part of the HELLO! Kindness Summit on Friday.
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"People constantly trolling, the abuse that I was getting and realising how much that got to me. "I got into a dark place myself and learning how to cope with that and overcome that."
The Football Focus co-host revealed that she had turned to therapy in order to cope, saying: "It pushed me into a place in terms of pushing me to therapy which has now made me grow as a human being and become a better person."
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