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Dressed in a custom Suzanne Neville magenta midi dress and nude heeled sandals, the presenter looked super glam.We're loving the tailored fit of this midi which shows off Tess' amazing figure; meanwhile the colour pop hue packs a punch when it comes to making a statement.
'Shirley doesn't really keep in with the fun element of Strictly, seems very harsh with criticism,' one fan wrote.Whilst this exact dress isn't available to buy you can click right to shop the current Suzanne Neville collection.Or alternatively recreate the look with one of the picks from our roundup below, with options from Likely, Club L, Asos and Roland Mouret.This led the star to hit back 'That darling is biggest load of rubbish I’ve read to date!Audience can turn leaderboard on its head and in the final- judges scores mean 0'One more follower then wrote 'Please please please stop with the unfair marking tho.She’s frighteningly technical with her criticism, and I know the audience might struggle with that.'Craig is referring to when Shirley addresses contestants' mistakes or successes using technical terms including 'syncopated cuban breaks' or 'fifth position breaks'.
Alluding to her spooky attire for the Halloween special, he added: 'She was a Halloween baddie in a Cruella de Vil costume – she totally channelled her.'An insider revealed: 'Bosses are delighted with how she's getting on and like her detailed critique.
Darcy said that the duo put on a "more assured performance" while Bruno told the couple that they had "transformed their performance" and it had "much more power, much more impact" than on Saturday night, "it flowed".
Craig Revel Horwood, who shocked viewers on Saturday night when he gave Aston a four, wanted to save Mollie and her dance partner AJ Pritchard.'Based purely on technique for me, the better dance of the evening goes to Mollie and AJ,' he said.
"They put Alexandra in the bottom two and if I would have sent her home they would have blamed me but they put her there,” she retorted.
Speaking about who could win the series, Ballas said: "It’s an unpredictable season.
for me, it's ruined the series.' Aston and Janette had a score of just 25 at the end of Saturday night's show, putting them only one place above Ruth Langsford and Anton Du Beke, who were at the bottom of the leaderboard.