Dancing On Ices The Vivienne shares result of 2st weight loss in shirtless snap

Dancing on Ice star The Vivienne has showcased her incredible weight loss in a snap posted on Twitter.

The Welsh drag queen, 30, has been wowing fans with her skating skills over the past eight weeks and will take to the ice in tonight's final against TOWIE's Joey Essex and Olympic gymnast Nile Wilson.

The Vivienne – real name James Lee Williams – has lost a whopping two stone since taking part in the ITV skating competition and unveiled the dramatic transformation with a shirtless snap.

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"2 and a bit stone down (30 pounds) I will carry on skating forever! Best shape I’ve ever been in and feel so comfortable in my own skin," she wrote in the caption.

The post was immediately flooded with messages from fans who couldn't wait to praise the star on her incredible transformation.

"Wow ! I always thought you looked terrific, but well done, especially if it makes you happier," penned one user.

Another added: "Still can’t believe how much weight you’ve lost WOW".

"You are doing so well & you look amazing, I hope you win the trophy," gushed a third.

Someone else shared: "I was thinking when watching DOI last week how healthy and happy you were looking. It’s lovely to see you shining on TV xx".

Echoing this, a fifth person commented: "You look amazing!!! Well you’ve always looked incredible but im so glad you’re feeling comfortable in your own skin!"

The RuPaul's Drag Race UK champion will take to the ice for the final time tonight alongside partner Colin Grafton.

But the reality star was dealt a huge blow before the final after suffering a nightmare fall in training.

The fall resulted in rehearsals being cut as worried medics quickly checked her over.

A source told The Sun: "Viv's knee is turning into a bit of a nightmare.

"Thursday's rehearsal was going really well up until she lost her balance and her knee buckled while trying to perfect her routine.

"She hit the ice hard and landed like she did on last week's show – going down on the same knee."

Thankfully, the TV star was given the all clear and was instructed to rest up and apply ice to help with any pain or swelling.

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