Tess Daly has been praised for her latest striking stylish look for Strictly Come Dancing's 'musicals' week.
The presenter, 53, wowed in a skintight lime green sequinned dress to co-host the BBC show last night.
Sharing a picture of the stunning look to Instagram, she wrote: "We’ve got that #FridayFeeling on @BBCStrictly!"
Her post, which has received more than 6,500 'likes', saw many fans – including a number of celebrities –praise the "fabulous" frock.
Denise Van Outen commented "blooming gorgeous", while Kimberley Walsh and Lisa Snowden shared 'flame' emojis.
The dress, which is available for £460 in a size six to 12 on Net-A-Porter, is by Solace London – the brand also behind the Princess of Wales' green rented gown for last night's Earthshot Prize.
According to the site's description, the dress – which features a high neckline and front split – "falls like liquid gold" with sequinned stretch-crepe fabric that "skims your frame".
Daly wore a shortened version of the frock, which usually comes in a maxi length – all the better to show off her metallic shoes.
The mother-of-two wore a pair of silver heels from Kurt Geiger, and while her colour option is sold out there are still seven others to choose from.
Meanwhile, her co-host Claudia Winkleman also wore sequins, but in the form of a head-turning tiger print trouser suit.
The shimmering jacket, costing £295, and matching trousers, priced at £225, are by Nadine Merabi.
This week's show took place on Friday evening, a day earlier than usual, due to the World Cup football schedule.
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