Strictly’s Tess Daly thrills in sultry black jumpsuit after Vernon Kay’s return
Strictly Come Dancing host Tess Daly stunned during Sunday's results show.
The TV presenter opted to spice up her look by baring her décolletage under a shoulderless black top.
Featuring a plunging neckline and slashed front, the dark garment meant Tess, 51, oozed glamour while fronting the hit BBC show.
While Tess' choice of outfit was nowhere near as racy as Amanda Holden 's wardrobe choices on TV rival Britain's Got Talent, it may be seen by many as envelope-pushing when it comes to the stricter BBC guidelines.
Taking to Twitter to talk Tess' look, one fan wrote: "I want both Tess and Claudia’s outfits from tonight’s result show. Gorgeous."
Another joked: "What has Tess Daly got against shoulders in her clothes? #Strictly:
Meanwhile, a third gushed: #Strictly Can you believe Tess Daly is 51 yrs old. REALLY????."
Tess's racy look came in the first Strictly Results Show since her husband Vernon Kay, 46, was voted out of the I'm A Celebrity… castle in North Wales.
Posting a snap of herself and her man back together again earlier this week, Tess gushed over their happy reunion.
The starlet wrote: "After almost five weeks away (2 and a half in isolation before going into the I'm A Celebrity Castle) it’s so good to have him home.
"Now it’s time to get that Christmas tree up…!"
During his time on the show, former Radio 1 presenter Vernon told his campmates the happiest moment of his life was when he asked Tess to marry him.
The couple tied the knot in 2003 after two years of dating.
Vernon finished third in Friday's live I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! final behind Jordan North in second and Giovanna Fletcher, who was crowned the first-ever Queen of the Castle.
Speaking after the series wrapped up, ITV boss Richard Cowles said he has not ruled out using the Welsh camp for future series. "Australia has been I’m A Celebrity ’s natural home and the Welsh version was born out of necessity rather than choice, but we’ve learned a lot and so maybe there is a UK incarnation of the show.
“We will look at what being in Wales means for the format going forward. Is it something we would want to do again, or do we want to return to Australia?”
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