Dianne Buswell stunned fans when she stripped completely naked for her recent Instagram post.
The Strictly Come Dancing pro took to the social media site on Sunday to promote company ODDBOX and she certainly caught people's attention.
Sitting on the stairs in her birthday suit, Dianne got her boyfriend Joe Sugg to hold up an aubergine in front of the camera lens in order to protect her modesty.
The 31-year-old Australian dancer captioned the saucy snap: "How aubigenius is this dress ! And my earrings are kale’in it! Not to mention that edgy veggie handbag! Ready for a night on the dance floor turnip the beets.
"Since I have been receiving my ODDBOX delivery I have realised how much perfectly good fruit and vegetables go to waste – just because they're too 'odd' or surplus!
"I love my ODDBOX delivery as I feel like I’m helping out the environment whilst being able to enjoy the amazing fruit and veg straight from the farm."
Dianne continued: "The boxes have so many different fruit and veg and I love the fact that sometimes I’m trying new things for the first time that I would have never have bought at the shops.
Strictly's Dianne Buswell in 'naked' display as she wishes fans a happy Easter
"ODDBOX have now recently expanded from London so they are now delivering to postcodes around south east England including Bournemouth and Reading.
"Remember to use my code DIANNE for 50% off your first box," she added.
No doubt YouTuber Joe – who met Dianne on Strictly back in 2018 – was more than happy to take the picture for his red-headed lady.
Dianne is currently gearing up for the 2020 series of Strictly Come Dancing, with rehearsals now in full swing.
She's clearly feeling excited about the upcoming show as she took to her Instagram Story to share posts that featured memories from the 2019 series.
It's not clear who Dianne will be partnered with this year, but some celebs taking part include Jamie Laing, Jason Bell and Max George.
The BBC’s Charlotte Moore previously revealed that there was “a lot of work” being done behind the scenes to make the show possible following the Covid-19 pandemic.
She told The Times: "We’re looking at how that would work. Could you quarantine people? Can we test everyone before filming? There’s a lot of work being done. It’s a big task."
Dianne and her fellow professional dancers are thought to have already pre-recorded their routines that will be shown each week.
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