Sunday, October 30, 2011

Chelsee Healey ends up in tears after wardrobe malfunction but Jason Donovan can't stop grinning as he receives top score of the night - and series!

By Kirsty Mccormack

In tears: Chelsee Healey was clearly upset as her dressed slipped down during her dance on tonight's show

Their outfits may be glamorous week after week but even the Strictly Come Dancing stars experience wardrobe malfunctions.

Waterloo Road star, Chelsee Healey, was the second contestant to tackle the dance floor tonight but her routine ended in tears.

Whilst dancing the Tango with her partner, Pasha Kovalev, the young star lost her footing as she frantically tried to stop her dress from falling down any further and revealing more of her cleavage.

As host Bruce Forsyth asked her what was the matter, Chelsee couldn't hide her emotion as she hid behind her dance partner.

As the judges and Pasha told her not to worry as it 'happened all the time' the young star just couldn't forget about the embarrassing episode.

Ruined: Chelsee started off so well but lost her footing as she realised her dress was falling down

And even positive comments and a decent score couldn't put a smile back on her face.

Len Wiseman described Chelsee as a 'Lancashire hotpot' whilst hard-to-please panel member, Craig Revel-Horwood called it 'fabulous.'

Upset: Chelsee looked embarrassed as she hid behind her partner Pasha to wait for her comments

Misunderstood: Host Bruce Forsyth thought that Chelsee was upset with her routine and didn't realise she had experienced a wardrobe malfunction

But it was a comment from host, Tess Daly, that was needed to perk up the actress: 'Can I just reassure you, we saw absolutely nothing,' she told her as they awaited to hear their total score of 32.

However someone who was left grinning from ear to ear was actor, Jason Donovan, who was last to dance on the floor.

The star was back on form as he received the highest score of the night - and of the series so far - a whopping 37.

Top score: Jason Donovan received the best total of the night and of the series receiving a 37

Wearing matching teal-coloured outfits, the couple danced to Bewitched and looked confident as they glided across the floor.

Craig thought the pair were 'absolutely fabulous' but couldn't help himself from criticising the technical downfalls of the dance.

But Bruno disagreed saying it was: 'Bewitchingly brilliant and slightly barmy!'

But regardless of what Craig thought, the Australian star wasn't going to let anything get in the way of his victory tonight.

Dancing before Chelsee and Jason though was Russell Grant - who was the first contestant to take to the floor on tonight's live show.

Better The Devil You Know: Russell Grant danced the Samba in red tonight

The astrologer was dressed as a devil as he danced the Samba with Flavia Cacace.

Russell tried his best to shake his hips to the very apt song, Better The Devil You Know, and twirled around his partner who was also dressed as a devil in black sequins.

Craig was pleased with the performance telling him that it was 'feisty, fiery and everything we expect from you.'

Better The Devil You Know: Russell Grant danced the Samba in red tonight

The astrologer was dressed as a devil as he danced the Samba with Flavia Cacace.

Russell tried his best to shake his hips to the very apt song, Better The Devil You Know, and twirled around his partner who was also dressed as a devil in black sequins.

Craig was pleased with the performance telling him that it was 'feisty, fiery and everything we expect from you.'

Spooky dancing: Russell and his partner Flavia were both dressed as devils and received some great comments

Len agreed saying: 'It could have been a bit sharper at the end but overall it was fabulous,' and the pair looked pleased as they received a total score of 22.

Next to dance for the audience was boxer, Audley Harrison.

The tall star attempted to do the Jive with his partner, Natalie Lowe, but it wasn't met with much enthusiasm from the judges.

Audley began his routine by pretending to play the piano and spun his partner around to the Little Shop Of Horrors song whilst wearing brown trousers with an orange and white ripped shirt.

Pretending: Audley Harrison began his routine by 'playing' the piano before dancing the Jive

Bruno began with the comments by saying: 'Big smile, great personality, bad footwork! The jive is a very hard dance to do but you did your best,' he told him.

Craig agreed by nitpicking at the technical sides of the dance but finishing off by telling Audley: 'You did make a gallant effort my love.'

And when Len told the sportsman that he 'commends him', Audley looked happy with an end result of 20.

'Flat footed': The sportsman was told that the dance wasn't suited to his build

Following in Audley's flat footsteps was TV presenter Alex Jones and her partner, James Jordan.

After being described as 'sexless, cold and stiff' the Welsh woman attempted the Pasa doble in a white floor-length dress.

James was dressed as Dracula as the pair danced to Evanescence hit, Bring Me To Life, and it seemed it was enough to impress Craig - who said he found the dance 'erotic.'

White virgin: Alex Jones played the part well in the story of Dracula as she danced with James Jordan

Better than last week: The Welsh star received better comments than the last live show

Len was also pleased with the routine as was Alesha who said it was 'atmospheric and brilliant' and the pair received a great score of 31.

Also hitting the thirties was pop star, Holly Valance, and her Russian partner, Artem Chigvintsev, who danced the American Smooth to the music of Swan Lake.

The Australian star tweeted earlier in the day that she was bringing along a royal guest to the show saying: 'Got a very special guest coming to support me in the audience tonight!! Excited to say I'll be the first to bring royalty to Strictly!! XXX'

Perfect: Holly Valance was praised for her dance moves as he glided across the floor to Swan Lake in a black costume

And sure enough her special guest was sitting in the front row - Princess Beatrice looked happy as she cheered on Holly during her routine.

Wearing an all black costume, Holly glided along the floor to several rounds of applause from the audience and received excellent praise from the panel.

All the right moves: The former pop star looked serious and intent on doing well as she danced the American Smooth

'I'd like the clocks to go back right now and watch that again,' said Len. 'It was terrific.'

Alesha added to this by telling them: 'You both look incredible. It was original and you were magnificent Holly.'

Even Craig was happy with the finished result which left Holly running up the stairs with a huge smile on her face which grew even bigger when they received a total score of 35.

Special guest: Holly was the first contestant to bring royalty to the show in the form of Princess Beatrice

Following in her footsteps was McFly star, Harry Judd, who tackled the Tango with his partner Aliona Vilani.

Dancing to Talking Head's hit Psycho Killer, the drummer looked dapper in a black suit whilst Aliona led him around the floor in a red sparkly dress, as he attempted to bite her on the neck.

Firm favourite: Harry Judd looked dapper in a black suit as he danced with his partner Aliona Vilani

King and Queen: The pair wore masquerade masks and sat on thrones as they began their routine

'You can bite as much as you like as long as you keep dancing like this,' Bruno told Harry once they had finished their routine.

Craig added to this telling him: 'I thought you did very, very well,'

And Harry's number one fan, Alesha, finished by saying: 'You're too cool for seriously.'

Bite me: The McFly star put is all into his performance as he danced to the Talking Heads hit Psycho Killer

And once again the pop star was ecstatic as he received another single score of ten from the female singer, which resulted in a total of 34.

But someone who received less than positive comments but wasn't reduced to tears was Nancy Dell'Olio.

The Italian-American yet again found herself at the bottom of the scoreboard as she received a total of 14 after attempting the Rumba with her partner, Anton du Beke.

Risen from the dead: Nancy Dell'Olio began her routine in a silver coffin drinking from a champagne flute

Caught in a spiderweb: Nancy and her partner Anton wore matching silver and white outfits as they danced the Rumba

Nancy's main prop of the night was a silver sparkly coffin, which saw her rise from the dead in a white and silver spiderweb dress.

Anton wore silver sequined trousers and a white shirt as he dragged Nancy across the floor, but he was the one who ended up in the coffin as she locked him in there at the end of their routine.

Turning her upside down: Nancy was told that she was a 'walking disaster' by the judges on the panel

Go away! The Italian American finished her dance by locking Anton away in the coffin

But even this failed to impress the judges as Alesha Dixon started by telling Nancy: 'I think you're a sexy woman but I have to be honest, you're a walking disaster.'

Adding to the negative comments was Bruno Tonioli who agreed by telling her she 'needs to listen to the music.'

Someone who was listening to the tune was Robbie Savage, who took to the floor next.

Dancing the Pasa Doble with his partner, Ola Jordan, the blonde haired sportsman revealed his bare chest in a black and white outfit as he showed off his moves to Michael Jackson's, Bad, and ended the routine by standing on the judge's table over Craig.

Dancing footballer: Robbie Savage managed to impress the judges again

But Craig didn't find it funny as he criticised the technicality of the dance but finished by saying it was 'amazing.'

Alesha got all hot and bothered as she said: 'Robbie I say keep thrusting, it really works. You had real purpose and intent throughout.'

The footballer managed to not injure himself this week and happily received a total score of 26.

But also hoping to receive a decent score from the panel was ex-EastEnders star, Anita Dobson.

Dancing with her partner, Robin Windsor, the actress attempted the Tango dressed as a sequined devil by showing off her acting skills.

But it wasn't enough to impress the panel completely as Len told Anita: 'You lost your timing and your posture is your weakest thing but I still really enjoyed it.'

Nervous: Anita Dobson looked scary as she danced the Tango with Robin Windsor

Bruno added to the constructive criticism by saying: 'I never knew you could be so evil. You're great to watch but you need to work on your frame.'

However a nervous-looking Anita managed to look pleased as she received a similar score to last week of 31.

The last female to dance was pop star Lulu who also attempted the Pasa Doble with her partner, Brendan Cole.

Highway To Hell: Lulu danced confidently in a Bat girl mask

Dancing to AC/DC's Highway To Hell, the blonde star was dressed like Bat Girl in a sheer, sequined number and looked mean and moody as she strutted her stuff on the floor and rose above the crowd at the end of the routine.

Presented with a standing ovation, Lulu looked pleased with herself as the panel gave their opinions.

'Lots of tricks and quite a few treats,' said Len. 'What entertainment, I loved it.'

Alesha added to this by saying: 'I love your determination, it was a great attempt,' and the pair received a total score of 29.



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