EastEnders babe Jacqueline Jossa made sure all eyes were on her last night as she hosted a VIP bash to celebrate her new collection with In The Style.
The I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! starlet dressed to impress as she partied the night away in central London.
Slipping into a short orange number, the actress looked hotter than ever as she strutted her stuff for the cameras.
Turning the pavement into a catwalk, Jacqueline flaunted her trim frame as paps snapped away around her.
Skimming her thighs, the short dress made sure her killer pins took centre-stage.
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Accentuating her legs, Jacqueline opted for a pair of open-toed heels.
The Queen of the Jungle completed her look by wearing her long brunette locks in tight curls.
Jacqueline's collection has become the fastest selling celebrity In The Style line ever.
The starlet even outsold Geordie Shore's Charlotte Crosby and fellow I'm A Celeb babe Emily Atack.
Inside the bash, Jac and husband Dan Osborne appeared to have put their rocky end to 2019 behind them.
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During her time in the jungle Jac was rocked by fresh allegations that Dan had cheated on her with model Chloe Ayling and his Celebrity Big Brother co-star Natalie Nunn.
While Dan denied the claims, both Natalie and Chloe went into detail about their alleged wild night at the St Martin's Lane Hotel in Covent Garden.
Speaking to Ant and Dec after coming out of the jungle, Jacqueline admitted she was terrified viewers wouldn't like her but she wanted to challenge the perception that she is seen as a "doormat".
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"Will they like me? I do have resting b**** face, sometimes I worry it comes across harsh,’ she laughed.
"It’s so easy to care so much what other people think of you, people who say nasty things for the sake of it.
"I try to change their opinion and it doesn’t make sense, but in here, you have no choice.
"You have to be you. I’ve had amazing people constantly bigging me up,’ she said of her campmates."
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