Tess Daly makes a splash in a gorgeous black dress on Strictly Live
Strictly Come Dancing star Tess Daly caused a stir on Saturday night wearing the most beautiful black dress on the live show.
Another Saturday night, another amazing outfit from Tess daly. The star was back on our screens to host the latest episode of Come dance strictly with co-star Claudia winkleman.
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The presenter caused a sensation in a gorgeous shimmering black dress, which she styled with a stunning pair of matching black shoes and beautiful rings.
Sharing the look with his thousands of followers, Tess wrote: “Here we go again! See you soon @BBCStrictly.”
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Fans were quick to comment, with a gush: “Oh Tess, this must be one of my favorite looks on you!
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The star wore her hair long and wore minimal makeup.
Tess certainly brings glitz and glamor since Strictly came back to our screens, and last week she wore a bright red dress slit on the thighs to appear on the show.
The daring number was from Roland Mouret, and the presenter completed her look with high heels from Dune London and glittering jewelry from Cartier.
Dressed as always by her faithful stylist James yardley, Tess stared at an elegant image as she posed for a photo.
Tess Daly dazzled in her red dress
Fans couldn’t get enough of the colorful ensemble, with one writing: “I NEED this dress !!!” Another said gently, “Obsessed with this !! Superb” followed by lots of heart emojis.
The star wore her shiny blonde hair in a sleek, hairdryer-dried style. Dusting her eyes in a smoky shadow with voluminous lashes, neutral blush and a bold matching lip, she looked absolutely stunning, and we can’t wait to see what other looks Tess has in store!
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