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Tess Daly has floored BBC viewers with her glamorous pink "Barbie" dress on Strictly Come Dancing.
However, some were left worried that the presenter was going to fall victim to a wardrobe malfunction and trip over the long, flowing piece during the show.
The gorgeous blonde host walked out to present the latest live show on Saturday night (November 20), and she definitely did so in style.
This week was Musicals Week, and Tess came dressed for the occasion in a sparkling pink dress which featured an over-the-shoulder cut.
The stunning dress showed off Tess' sensational figure as she took to the stage in the BBC ballroom, but it also featured a long, trailing end that ran behind her as she walked around the stage.
Fans on Twitter were left swooning at Tess' look, with many posting comments about how brilliant she looked.
One fan gushed: "Tess' dress is Barbie-inspired and I love it?"
A second wrote: "Oh wow. Love the dress Tess has on!""
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A third said: "how gorgeous is tess' dress!!"
However, some fans were left concerned that the presenter was going to suffer a wardrobe malfunction, given how long the dress was.
One viewer said: "If I were wearing Tess' unravelling dress I'd become entangled and fall flat on my face."
A second said: "Tess is going to trip on that long dangly bit & now it's all I can think about"
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Tess was joined by her co-star Claudia Winkleman, who looked gorgeous herself in a sparkly black jacket.
The pair explained that regular judge Craig Revel Horwood was being replaced by Oscar-nominated actress Cynthia Erivo on the show after he tested positive for Covid.
The emotional night included heartfelt performances such as that from Tom Fletcher and Amy Dowden.
Tom performed to the soundtrack of Les Mis, which was a sweet gesture to his sister Carrie, who has been playing Cinderella in the West End.
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The week was especially special to him as Les Mis was his sister's first performance in the West End.
He continued: "That’s why we are performing it – it’s so emotional and I’ve cried a few times this week,"
This week is especially special to him as his performance to the musical Les Mis was his sister's first performance in the West End.
He continued: “That’s why we are performing it – it’s so emotional and I’ve cried a few times this week,”
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