Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 2 September 2014

'Wardrobe malfunction' for Chelsee

Chelsee Healey suffered a 'wardrobe malfunction' during Strictly (BBC)

Actress Chelsee Healey cried after she suffered a "wardrobe malfunction" on hit show Strictly Come Dancing.

The Waterloo Road star was visibly upset after dancing a tango with her dance partner Pasha Kovalev, but one of the show's hosts, Tess Daly, told her afterwards: "We saw nothing."

There have already been comments about how Healey's outfits are perhaps the BBC TV programme's most daring ever.

One of the judges, Craig Revel Horwood, told her: "You coped with the wardrobe malfunction quite well, but it did throw you, that's why it was a bit of a mess towards the end."

The dancers' tango to Love Potion No. 9 received one of the best scores of the evening, 32 out of a possible 40.

Lowest score of the night went to Nancy Dell'Olio, who with partner Anton Du Beke collected only 14 points. The show had a Halloween theme and Dell'Olio climbed out of a coffin at the start of their rumba to Spooky.

Judges have been harsh with the Italian during the series and Horwood told her: "The moment you stepped out of that sarcophagus was the moment it went horribly wrong." Judge Len Goodman said: "There were moments of Mills and Boon, and moments of meals on wheels."

Footballer Robbie Savage, whose performance last week was described by Horwood as "sloppy", gained some revenge when he jumped on a desk in front of him clutching his crotch.

He and partner Ola Jordan had just performed a paso doble to Michael Jackson's Bad. The pair collected 26 points.

The 37 points awarded to Jason Donovan and Kristina Rihanoff for their quickstep was the best score of the series so far.

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