Strictly Come Dancing Fashion Police are getting very excited. The costumes are shrinking week on week!
Dress (or is it non-dress) of the Week: Karen Hauer. Score 10.
Karen Hauer dancing the Argentine Tango with Nicky Byrne was in her element. The sultry Venezuelan teased in her non dress which left nothing to the imagination. A long lace see through back panel with a bodice tasselled to tantalise at the front and showing legs up to her armpits. Sexy! The girls also fell for Nicky as James Bond. This couple were definitely licensed to thrill.
Blooper of the Week: Michael Vaughan and Natalie Lowe. Score 6.
Michael is very competitive and although he heads the leader board in training I’m afraid it didn’t translate onto the dance floor. It’s probably time to call it a day. The outfits disappointed and looked rather messy.
Couple of the Week: Louis Smith and Flavia Cacace. Score 10.
Were they reading my blog? The chemistry sizzled this week in red costume and Louis looked the part in his white Dickie bow and braces. What a stunning dance their Charleston was! Why was Craig Revel Horwood so mean in his marking?
Favourites of the Week: Dani Harmer and Vincent Simone. Score 9.
Absolutely love this couple who were made in heaven! Their costumes were fun with Vincent dressed as a gondolier and Dani in a girlie white short frothy prom dress straight from the 1950s. They danced a Viennese Waltz to ‘That’s Amore” and it certainly was.
Denise Van Outen and James Jordan have set such high standards but they disappointed this week due to James’ mistake. They will recover from this setback and I look forward to their dance next week. They have always been our favourites to win this competition but after Louis Smith’s dance this week it is wide open again.