Strictly Come Dancing’s Movie Week kicked off on BBC One and judge Motsi Mabuse immediately left fans distracted with her appearance. Wearing a striking white jumpsuit with fluffy sleeves, Motsi added gold detailing to her Bantu knots. Fans of the show immediately took to Twitter to express their love for her appearance.
Taking to Twitter, Vonnie wrote: “Love your hair @MOTSI_MABUSE @bbcstrictly.”
BeautyPulseLDN also added: “Yes to the Bantu knots! @MOTSI_MABUSE” alongside a love heart emoji.
“Motsi Mabuse looks beautiful! #Strictly,” Nuray commented.
“Yes, Motsi! Loving the Bantu knots, girl! I can’t wait for my hair to grow some more so I can get back on this style! #Strictly #Hairgoals,” Nwando echoed.
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“Motsi always looks so fabulous no matter how much they try other judges can’t compare #strictly,” Charley echoed other comments.
Alongside Motsi, Shirley Ballas walked down in a stunning red dress and wowed the viewers too.
As always, Anton Du Beke and Craig Revel Horwood were suited and booted, looking smart and suave.
Motsi recently spoke out about the news one of the show’s dancers had tested positive for COVID-19 and the current situation regarding the professionals not wanting the jab.
Appearing on Good Morning Britain, she was asked about where things stood, with host Ben Shephard noting the exit of Katya Jones and Nicola Adams last year.
She replied: “It is still a pandemic, we cannot ignore the fact, as much as we want our lives back, there are still issues here, and the BBC is doing its utmost to keep everyone safe.
“We’re being tested, and we’re trying to isolate as much as we can. But things can happen, and we should be able to go through that, and everybody should be responsible and take care of themselves.
“But we can’t plan these things, so we just have to react and hope that everybody stays healthy,” she explained.
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She was also asked whether the positive test could have led to a last-minute pairing swap ahead of the first live show, however, as always, she was optimistic.
“There is such a long time from the first recording to the start that I think we’ll all be there, all be healthy, and keep on dancing.”
Ahead of Saturday’s live show, one in three Strictly Come Dancing elimination bets with bookmakers Ladbrokes are in favour of Greg Wise leaving the show this weekend.
Greg’s odds are at 2/1 of being “favourite” to be booted from the BBC competition this weekend, despite scoring 47 out of 80 last weekend with scored combined from week one.