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And Alexandra became emotional, crying as she told fans she was thrilled with their performance and the duo were scored with 39, the highest of the night for the second week in a row.

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But Twitter was not quite as kind, with viewers taking to the social network to slam the singer for her emotional display. ' one angry fan tweeted, while another added: 'Her crying always winds me up'. Another added: 'So false with her crying', appearing to question her tears.While we love tuning in to Strictly Come Dancing for all the fancy footwork, the presenter’s wardrobes are often at the centre of our attention too.Styled by James Yardley, Tess has sent our fashion-loving hearts aflutter yet again, and this time it's in a floor length, yellow gown by Roland Mouret. Although the zesty hue can seem a little daunting, bold lemon shades are surprisingly easy to wear and will certainly perk up those dark winter nights.She was joined by Tess, who stunned in an olive ruffled bardot dress, giving her co-presenter a run for her money.Darcey Bussell, dressed in flamenco red, joined judges Craig Revel-Horwood, Shirley Ballas and Bruno Tonioli as they danced their way to the panel.And one cynical tweeted questioned: 'Hmm Alexandra is crying but there are no tears. However others were more sympathetic towards the star, recognising her talent.

'You were amazing tonight, loved it', one fan wrote, awhile another added: 'Fantastic tonight! Last week Ruth Langsford became the seventh celebrity to leave Strictly Come Dancing after losing to Jonnie Peacock in the dance off.

The former X Factor star made it to the top of the leaderboard for a second week in a row, after Saturday night's Blackpool Tower special of Strictly Come Dancing, but her emotions were branded 'fake' by disgruntled viewers.

As the couple were awarded an impressive 39 out of 40 points Alexandra became emotional, but Twitter users weren't convinced that it was genuine.

And the remaining judges agreed, scoring them 29 out of 40.

Injecting a touch of comedy, Peter Kay stepped in to help Claudia present during an interlude.

The show kicked off with a black and white ballroom dance along the famous Blackpool pier, before it cut to a circus-themed ballroom dance in the TV studio.