RACHEL Riley dazzled Countdown viewers in a bold floral dress as she brought the Glam to the Channel 4 show today.

The 37-year-old maths whizz always brings colour and style to proceedings and Mondays show was no different.

Rachel dazzles in a bold floral print dress


Rachel dazzles in a bold floral print dressCredit: channel 4
Colin reads Rachel a limerick he wrote


Colin reads Rachel a limerick he wroteCredit: channel 4
John Cooper Clarke is this week's guest in the dictionary corner


John Cooper Clarke is this week’s guest in the dictionary cornerCredit: channel 4

Rachel wore a brightly patterned 70s style midi dress which featured large floral print, short puffed out sleeves and twin hidden pockets.

The garment came in blue, white and pink design with a belt at the waist to show off her hourglass figure.

Rachel added a touch of extra glam with her golden curly hairstyle and rosy Makeup look.

She teamed the dress with a pair of pink coloured high heels.

Rachel Riley stuns Countdown viewers in low cut floral mini-dress
Rachel Riley dazzles Countdown viewers in striking red minidress

Her Countdown co-host Colin Murray spoke about how they made a list of ideal dictionary corner guests they wanted.

Colin revealed: “You might sense excitement here because Rachel… when we first started doing this together, the three amigos, we ruled up a little list, a secret list of dictionary corner guests we all agreed in we have to get.

“And we have one of those today, don’t we? For all week the bard of Salford is here, John Cooper Clarke.

“So in honour of John Cooper Clarke being here, I wanted to honour him in the best way that I know, which is with the purest form of poetry, which we all know is the limerick.”

Colin revealed he wrote a limerick about Rachel and asked if he could read it to her.

He said: “There was a maths women called Riley, who does numbers in consummate stylee.

“If they are large or small, she works out them all, and when she doesn’t she loses her smiley.”

Rachel didn’t looked impressed and asked John to rate his poem, which took 45 seconds to write.

John answered: “100%” which the audience applauded.

Riley quipped: “Did you pay him a fiver for that?”

“It was set up in advance,” Colin joked.

Countdown airs weekdays at 2.10pm on Channel 4.


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