Tess Daly of Strictly Come Dancing dazzles viewers in a strapless slinky costume in a sizzling image.


Strictly Come Dancing’s Tess Daly has wowed fans after she shared a series of snaps in a skintight white jumpsuit as she took to the BBC stage for the elimination show on Sunday

Strictly Come Dancing babe Tess Daly oozed glamour in a strapless white jumpsuit as she hosted another elimination show on Sunday.

The ageless 52-year-old looked sensational as she took to the stage in the skintight number, teamed with pointed nude heels.

Clutching brightly coloured balloons, Tess beamed as her glossy blonde hair fell in loose curls around her shoulders in a series of backstage snaps shared on her Instagram.

The star accessorised with glitzy hoop earrings and wore a full face of glam make-up.

She captioned the post: “Sunday nights means just one thing (too full from a roast) and @BBCStrictly results!”

Greg Wise was the third celebrity contestant to be eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing during Sunday night’s episode.

Actor Greg, 55, and his professional partner Karen Hauer performed their samba routine to the “Macarena” for the second time in the hopes of impressing the judges.

However, the judges decided to save comedian Judi Love, 41, and Graziano Di Prima, 27, who faced their second week dancing to stay in the competition.

Tess, who is married to presenter Vernon Kay, moved to Craig and asked what he thought of the performance, to which he said: “You look like you just came out of a double hip replacement operation, very clunky.”

Whilst Craig was talking, Tess could be heard tutting at his comments and calling him “rude”, as he continued to speak.

“Especially through the hip circles, technically really quite bad actually,” he said, as fellow judge Motsi Mabuse could be heard scolding him.

Judge Anton Du Beke said: “I felt that the nerves got to both of the couples in the dance-off, which is not surprising really, and they both made quite a lot of mistakes, but one couple maintained an element of composure through the dance, and that would be Judi and Graziano.”

Head judge Shirley Ballas said she would have voted to save Greg and Karen.

She said: “Well I counted all the mistakes and from what I saw I would have saved Greg and Karen.”

After learning of his elimination, Greg told show host Tess: ‘I have had an. Brinkwire presents summary news.


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