Rachel Riley dazzles Countdown fans in figure-hugging dress on Channel 4 show | The Sun

Rachel Riley dazzles Countdown fans in figure-hugging dress on Channel 4 show | The Sun

RACHEL Riley dazzled Countdown fans in a figure-hugging dress on the Channel 4 show today.

The 36-year-old was once again in charge of the letters and numbers alongside host Colin Murray.

Rachel looked as lovely as ever in a colourful floral dress featuring blue and purple colours.

The silky number had a low cut wrap front and a matching belt at the waist to show off the mother-of-two's enviable figure.

The dress was a hit with Countdown viewers as well, with one writing on Twitter: "@RachelRileyRR wearing a beautiful dress on today’s countdown. Where is it from?"

Rachel and Colin opened the show by wishing each other a happy St Andrew's Day.

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Colin asked: "Right, gonna do a test on you, Scotland…who pops into your head straightaway?"

Rachel replied: "You of course."

Colin – who is from Northern Ireland – laughed and said: "What do you mean?"

She replied: "If I had a penny for every time someone said 'Who's hosting Countdown now?' and I say 'Colin Murray' and they say 'Oh the Scottish guy!'"

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Colin continued to laugh as Rachel then gave her actual answer: "Sir Alex, King of the Scots, Alan Hansen, Graeme Souness, you know, all the people you wouldn't mess with."

Colin replied: "You'd go sports straightaway, I understand. I'd go 'The Big Yin' Billy Connolly pops into my head, Rabbie Burns the poet, Braveheart too."

Colin then told Rachel that despite being from Northern Ireland, a lot of the words he uses do crossover with Scottish slang.

Countdown airs weekdays at 2.10pm on Channel 4.

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