When the 27-year-old model appeared on It Takes Two last night (24 hours after the awards ceremony), she still appeared to be wearing her sequin dress...
It’s safe to say Daisy Lowe looked ah-mazing at the Pride Of Britain Awards on Monday night.
The 27-year-old model opted for a plunging black gown, which featured dramatic sequin detailing, a super-sexy cut-out back and capped sleeves.
She let her dress do all the talking, pinning her hair into a simple high ponytail. When it came to her beauty look, she was rocking classic smoky eyes and coral lips. So beaut.
Daisy walked the red carpet with her Strictly Come Dancing partner Aljaž Škorjanec, who was just as dapper in an all-black suit.
But fans couldn’t help noticing something a little odd about the pair’s outfits – in that they, er, wore them again last night.
When Daisy and Aljaž, 26, appeared on It Takes Two yesterday, eagle-eyed viewers spotted that their glam looks had made a reappearance, suggesting that the show wasn’t as live as it first seemed to be.
Tweets included: ‘Thought @StrictlyITT was live? Daisy’s wearing the dress she wore to Pride of Britain…which was last night! #ItTakesTwo,’ and: ‘Take it Daisy & Alijaz interview was filmed yesterday?! #ItTakesTwo [sic].’
Others questioned whether they’d stayed up all night partying, with one joking: ‘Has daisy not gone home? Still wearing her #prideofbritain dress 🙈😂 #ItTakesTwo @bbcstrictly.’
LOLz. If that’s the case, let’s hope they get some rest before this weekend’s show…
The speculation comes days after judge Len Goodman revealed why he thinks Daisy and Aljaž ended up in the bottom two last week.
Despite scoring higher than other contestants in the leaderboard, they’ve had to dance for survival for the past two weeks, fending off competition from Anastacia and Brendan Cole on Sunday.
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Len, 72, tells The Sun: ‘I can only imagine – because she’s a terrific dancer, she’s got a lovely personality and she’s such a charming, lovely person.
‘The only thing I can think of is that people, when they vote, may see Daisy – she’s there, she’s in fourth place, she’s in a good position, they may think: “Well, she’s safe.”
‘And then they vote for somebody, you know, down the line who they hope will come back and poor Daisy gets overlooked. That’s the only thing I can imagine because it’s nothing to do with her dancing.’
Sending you lots of luck for Saturday, lady.