Strictly fans distracted by Claudia Winkleman as she’s compared to Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV
Claudia Winkleman’s appearance left Strictly Come Dancing viewers in awe this evening, with many quick to compare her to Changing Rooms host Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen.
The presenter stepped out with Tess Daly in a white satin blouse, which featured dramatic pleated cuffed sleeves.
Claudia paired the top with a black waistcoat and skinny black trousers, completing the striking look with a pair of white stiletto heels.
Meanwhile, Tess provided a bright contrast to Claudia’s monochrome ensemble, in a vibrant red dress.
It wasn’t long before BBC viewers took to X (formerly known as Twitter) to express their views on the look, with one person tweeting: “Cmon now Laurence Llewelyn Bowen, I mean Claudia.”
“Why is Claudia cosplaying as Lawrence Llewellyn Bowen and Helen as poppy ***ing? Behave.
A third viewer joked: “Oi, Claudia. You need starched cuffs #Strictly.”
“How many napkins did you have to suffer to make Claudia’s outfit? #Strictly,” said a fourth fan.
A fifth tweeted: “Tess is dressed in a high quality street suit that’s left too big and Claudia is wearing sleeves you can’t wash up. It’s… #Strictly.”
“Claudia’s #Strictly Nice lampshade sleeves,” said another social media user.
Just before the live show aired, Claudia took to Instagram to give her 765,000 followers a glimpse of her evening outfit.
The Traitors presenter was pictured with a takeaway cup of coffee in hand, as she stood backstage at Elstree Studios, where Strictly is filmed.
Many fans took to the comments section of the post to ask where Claudia’s blouse came from.
Her Statement Pleat Sleeve is available from luxury womenswear brand ME+EM.
Meanwhile, on the dance floor, the competition is getting tougher as the other eight couples compete to make it to Blackpool.
There is little chance of one pair dancing in the famous Tower Ballroom when the show heads to the seaside next weekend.
Strictly: The Results will be broadcast tomorrow night on BBC One at 7.20pm.
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