By JODY THOMPSON
It's a knock-out: Kerry Katona looked stunning in her LBD at the London premiere of Harrison Ford's new movie Morning Glory
She's had more knock backs over the years than most prize fighters - but it was Kerry Katona's turn to knock out the crowds in a stunning black dress on the red carpet last night.
The star has slipped into the marabou-trimmed off the shoulder LBD for a night out with her Dancing On Ice partner Dan Whiston at the London premiere of Harrison Ford's new movie Morning Glory.
Accessorising with a pair of black satin peep toes, barely-there make-up and with jewellery kept to a minimum, 30-year-old Kerry looked classy as she rubbed shoulders with the Indiana Jones legend and his co-star Rachel McAdams.
Meet and greet: Kerry signed autographs and posed for fans at the premiere in Leicester Square
In fact, Kerry was positively glowing for the cameras - and it wasn't just the Dancing On Ice fake tan.
The reality TV star appears thrilled with her new image and proud to show off her toned body, earned through diet and exercise last year and being maintained by her ice training now.
Two to tango: Kerry with her Dancing On Ice partner Dan Whiston
Dan certainly seemed more than happy to accompany his charge on the night out - with some bookies already reckoning that the pair will be a couple before the end of the show.
William Hill are offering off of 1/2 that they end up in each other's arms away from the rink before the series comes to a close.
Close: Dan has been helping the newly-trim mother-of-four get to grips with the ice and her attempts have already won her new fans
The former Atomic Kitten star made her debut on Dancing On Ice on Sunday night, and was a hit with both the panel and the public, finishing third on the judges' scoreboard.
Talking on ITV1's This Morning on Monday, the mother-of-four Kerry described the positive support she had received on the programme as 'overwhelming'.
She gushed: 'I'm not used to the praise and I'm finding it difficult to take compliments and it's overwhelming - the support that I'm getting - and it's such a nice feeling.'
Judging by the way she looked on the red carpet last night, it looks like she'd better get used to it...
Good feeling: Talking on This Morning on Monday, Kerry said that the support she'd got since her Dancing On Ice debut at the weekend had been overwhelming
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