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Oti Mabuse's figure-hugging leather dress is such a show-stopper

She stunned on Steph's Packed Lunch!

Oti Mabuse always looks gorgeous for her presenting spots on Steph's Packed Lunch!

The Strictly Come Dancing star wowed us as she appeared on the show on Wednesday, looking beautiful in a fitted faux leather pencil dress from Zara, which she teamed with Office ankle boots.

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Oti's fabulous dress originally cost £49.99 from the high street retailer, though it's sadly a past-season buy and no longer available to shop. We're loving the fact that she's recycled her wardrobe for the show, however.

Oti looked fabulous in her Zara dress

We have spotted some similar versions online, if you fancy stealing Oti's style - we love this ASOS style, which is currently £48.95 in the sale.

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The dancer has even been getting Strictly-level glam on her Instagram page, as she continues to host online dance lessons. Earlier in January, she rocked a one-shoulder red top with crystal embellishments and some glitzy earrings to finish the look.

MORE: Motsi Mabuse just stunned us in her glamorous thigh-split dress

The professional dancer's recent appearance on Steph's Packed Lunch saw her get visibly emotional as she revealed how coronavirus has impacted her friends and family.

SHOP SIMILAR: Faux leather dress, £48.75, ASOS


She told Steph: "My family's back in South Africa so because of the travel bans I haven't been able to see them in a couple of years.

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"My best friend, closest to my heart, he lost his mum over Christmas… We couldn't go back to South Africa because their borders are closed, and he couldn't leave America. He's alone, no friends, no family, he went there just for work…"

Oti with her two sisters Motsi and Phemelo (right), who lives in South Africa

A tearful Oti continued: "What was worse was that we then had to attend her funeral and because we can't travel, that had to be over YouTube. Now YouTube is a place we go to learn, to have fun, to dance, never in a million years do you think you have to say goodbye to your mum, the queen of your heart – it makes me so emotional – over YouTube."

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