ITV’s new show The Games raked in a peak of 2.5 million viewers on the launch of its first episode on Monday.
And host Holly Willoughby was seen gearing up for another night of presenting the hit show as she arrived at the London Aquatics Centre on Tuesday.
The presenter, 41, looked effortlessly chic as she paired a grey blazer with a black lace front top and skinny jeans.
Getting ready: Holly Willoughby, 41, rocked an elegant chic vibe with her ensemble, draping a charcoal grey blazer over a black top as she arrived at the London Aquatics Centre on Tuesday
She added to the look with wayfarer shades and a pair of Chanel ballet flats worth £660.
An average 2.1 million tuned in to see the presenter and co-host Freddie Flintoff on Monday, when they were joined in the studio by two-time world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.
The Games sees celebrities compete against each other in a series of Olympic-style events.
Keeping it simple: The star casually paired her outfit with jeans, donning cream ballet pumps as she got ready for the show
Ready for action: Olivia Atwood, 30, showed off her tanned and toned abs while Christine McGuiness donned tight leggings as they arrived for filming
Spotted arriving for the second day of the competition were the glitzy competitors, including Love Island alum Olivia Attwood, 30, and model Christine McGuinness, 34.
Olivia looked ready for action in a grey sports bra and matching track-bottoms, which she accessorised with a Louis Vuitton duffel bag and bulky sliders from the designer.
She threw a cream sweater over her shoulders, carrying a huge blue water bottle in one hand.
Athletic designer: Olivia threw a cream sweater over her shoulders, carrying a huge blue water bottle in one hand
Glam: Christine matched Olivia with a Louis Vuitton bag for her belongings, dyed honey hair blowing in the wind
The whole gang: Colson Smith (pictured), 23, Wes Nelson, 24, Rebecca Sarker, 47, Lucrezia Millarini, 46, and Kevin Clifton, 39, were also snapped on site
Victory: Wes Nelson, 24 (pictured) topped the leader board on Monday while Chelcee Grimes stormed the women’s 100m race
The fresh-faced star had her highlighted locks slicked back, complementing her toned, tanned abs, which were on display.
Christine also showed off her athletic side in tight, camouflage print leggings, sneakers and a black hoodie.
She matched Olivia with a Louis Vuitton bag for her belongings, dyed honey hair blowing in the wind.
Ready, set, go! Lucrezia Millarini, 46, held onto a coffee cup as she arrived on site in an athletic taupe overcoat, her belongings in a leather Adidas backpack
Pretty in pink: A toned Rebecca Sarker, 47, arrived on the site in tight black leggings and a magenta top, showing off her toned, athletic figure
On Monday, Holly looked flawless in an asymmetric draped top with stripe detail for her debut show, teaming the look with a pair of fitted black trousers while she elevated her height with a pair of Gianvito Rossi heels.
Wes topped the leader board on the night while Chelcee Grimes stormed the women’s 100m race.
The songwriter, 30, was neck-and-neck with Mel B ‘s daughter Phoenix Chi, 23, and admitted she knew the celebrity offspring would be one to watch in her winner’s speech.
Uniform: Kevin Clifton, 39, sported an all-grey ensemble as he arrived at the London Aquatics Centre
Stealing the show as she beat her rivals to the finishing line, she had been up against Rebecca, Olivia, Christine and Lucrezia.
In the men’s hammer competition, Ryan Thomas was crowned the winner with a throw of 28.91m after he competed against Wes, Colson, Kevin, Josh Herdman and Max George.
For the synchronised diving round, Wes and Lucrezia bagged themselves a place on the top of the leaderboard with their attempt at a backwards dive.
In the men’s 400m, Wes also took first place with 57.58 seconds while Josh took second place.
Max, who sustained an injury, limped over the line after the Love Island star collapsed on the floor in relief.
Top dog: Wes topped the leader board in the first episode of ITV’s revived version of The Games
Deserving! Chelcee Grimes stormed the women’s 100m race in a neck and neck finish in the first episode
All have been pulled out of their comfort zones to be coached as athletes, swimmers and cyclists to compete in the hope of coming top of the medals table and being crowned the winners.
As the leader board takes shape with each night, the series will culminate in an exhilarating final showdown in which one male champion and one female champion will be crowned.
Hosted live by Holly and Freddie, The Games also sees former professional footballer and presenter Alex Scott as trackside reporter and former professional football player and presenter Chris Kamara as commentator.
Stunner: Holly looked flawless on Monday’s show in an asymmetric draped top with stripe detail as she showed off her trim waist wearing a wide leather belt over her enviable waist