Strictly Come Dancing viewers are bewildered by Claudia Winkleman’s appearance: ‘Good gosh!’
CLAUDIA WINKLEMAN’S debut as host of the Strictly Come Dancing results program in cycle shorts and a stylish blazer perplexed many.
Celebrities and their partners performed for Movie Week on week three of Strictly Come Dancing. Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly, who hosted the results broadcast on Sunday, looked stunning in their costumes. Some viewers were perplexed by Claudia’s choice of shorts and a “cardigan,” prompting them to resort to Twitter to express their thoughts.
Amy remarked on Twitter, “Claudia seems a little confused about what time of year it is!” The top is winter-ready, while the bottom is summer-ready. #Strictly.” “What the hell is Claudia wearing?” Andi wondered. The bottom half is a disaster. #Strictly.” “Can you tell me what Claudia is wearing?” Rachel added, “#Strictly.”
Debbie echoed, “Claudia is half Chanel, half professional cyclist #Strictly,” along with a slew of other comments.
“I will be requiring Claudia’s cardigan immediately please #Strictly,” Kitty tweeted, indicating that not all viewers loathed her attire.
“Welcome to Strictly Come Dancing – our Movie Week results!” Tess Daly said as she opened the show.
“A huge thank you to our professional dancers for that beautiful opening, coordinated by Lizzie Gough and Tommy Franzen,” Claudia continued.
The professional dancers opened the results presentation with a magnificent dance from the film In The Heights, which was a show-stopper.
“When Strictly went to the movies, it was a night of tremendous improvements,” Tess continued, “more than half of our partners achieved their highest score of the series.”
“And for their Paso Doble, John and Johannes got three tens,” she reminded the audience.
Claudia, on the other hand, foreshadowed what was to come when she said, “Tonight, unfortunately, we will lose another pair from the competition.”
Unfortunately, Katie McGlynn’s Strictly journey came to an end in the dance-off, where she faced off against Judi Love.
Both couples battled it out for a chance to be saved and stay in the competition, performing their dances one more to please the judges.
Judi and Graziano Di Prima were saved by judges Craig Revel Horwood and Motsi Mabuse, but Anton Du Beke voted for Katie and Gorka to stay in the competition.
Shirley Ballas, the top judge, had to select who would dance next week and who’s adventure had come to an end.
“This is usually a difficult situation,” she remarked. “Brinkwire Summary News.”