Denise highlights her curves in a figure-hugging blue dress as she promotes new one-woman show http://goo.gl/xghzUI
She’s currently lighting up the West End with her latest theatrical endeavour, Some Girl I Used To Know.
And on Monday morning, Denise Van Outen, 40, was back on TV as she promoted the new one-woman musical, which recently debuted at London’s Arts Theatre.
For her appearance on ITV’s Lorraine Live, the blonde beauty showed off her curves in a flattering blue dress from Fearne Cotton’s Very range, which featured embroidered patterning throughout
Wearing her wavy locks down with a centre parting, the Essex native was all smiles as she arrived at the London studio teaming her short-sleeved dress with a pair of nude-coloured peep-toe heels.
While going bold with black nail varnish, Denise kept her make-up ligght and natural with a dash of pink lipstick.
After making her appearance, Denise took to her Instagram account to share a shot of herself posing with the show’s host, Lorraine Kelly.
According to the show’s website, Some Girl I Used to Know features a mix tape of songs from the ’80s and ’90s.
The romantic comedy stars and is co-written by Denise, the musical theatre favourite acclaimed for her Broadway and West End roles including Tell Me on a Sunday and Chicago.
The show is co-written by Terry Ronald, who penned Dannii Minogue’s autobiography My Story and acclaimed novel Becoming Nancy.
Denise has been juggling rehearsals with her daily radio show on Magic FM.
Speaking to BBC Breakfast recently, she said: ‘You know what, I had a lot of funny stories from over the years that I wanted to use.
'But it is easier to have that mask and play a character… I can do more with it then, I can elaborate on personal experiences.
'There's definitely a lot of me in it, the emotional side of it, it's quite touching, as much as it's funny.