The Strictly Come Dancing couples are having to work hard this weekend to impress the judges and viewers at home as the competition heats up. On Saturday night the six remaining couples took to the dance floor once again in a bid to earn a place in next week’s quarter final. However, it was one of the BBC show’s presenters who caught the eye of viewers during the live show. Many were distracted by host Claudia Winkleman’s outfit choice and took to Twitter to comment on her look.
Claudia introduced the Week 10 of the BBC dance contest alongside her co-host Tess Daly.
She was wearing a white iridescent blazer, a black top and trousers, teamed with a white pair of high heels.
Meanwhile, her co-star Tess was sporting a long sleeved scarlet red dress.
However, Claudia’s blazer gained a lot of attention from fans on Twitter, with many wanting to know where she got it.
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According to bookmakers Ladbrokes it’s looking good for EastEnders actress Rose Ayling-Ellis and her professional dance partner Giovanni Pernice.
The dance duo seem to be the favourites in the betting to lift the iconic Glitterball Trophy this year with odds of 1/5.
Ladbrokes spokesperson Alex Apati said: “Punters have been backing Rose in their swarms since pretty much day one, and with her odds of winning the Glitterball Trophy at record lows, it looks like she’s on course for another perfect score this weekend.”
Meanwhile, Dan Walker and Nadiya Bychkova are the odds-on favourites to be eliminated this weekend with odds of 5/6.
“This is a position in the betting the BBC Breakfast star knows all too well, so don’t be too surprised if he upsets the odds once again,” Alex commented.
Viewers will have to tune in again on Sunday night to find out which couples will make it through to the next week of the competition.
However, two dance duos will find themselves in the bottom two, battling it out to keep their place on the show.
Strictly Come Dancing continues Sunday at 7:20pm on BBC One.