Is This Really What Claudia Winkleman Does When The Strictly Cameras Aren’t Rolling?!

She's certainly keen to keep the audience entertained...

If there’s anything we love as much as the contestants’ performances on Strictly Come Dancing, it’s hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman’s banter.

And it seems the pair are just as LOLz when the cameras aren’t rolling.

See: Claudia Winkleman: ‘I Have A Huge Fringe And Eyeliner To Kill A Clown’

Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly

According to The Sun, Claudia, 44, kept the crowd entertained during recording of Sunday night’s results show – in a pretty saucy manner.

An insider says: ‘Claudia did an incredible job at keeping the audience thoroughly entertained during filming.

‘But members of the audience were shocked when she said that a white mark on her dress was semen – no one was expecting her to come out with that.

‘She also dropped several F-bombs and made jokes about how she was drunk. She’s known as an outrageous character but it did catch the crowd off guard.’

Claudia Winkleman

TBH, filming can be a long process for both the audience and those in front of the camera.

The results show is pre-recorded straight after the main show on Saturday night, meaning people are probably in need of a little light relief.

And Halloween is always a difficult time for Claudia. Two years ago, her daughter Matilda was left with severe burns after her costume caught fire.

Since then, she’s been urging parents to ensure their children’s costumes meet the British nightwear flammability standard.

Claudia Winkleman

She wrote in her Sunday Times Style column this week: ‘I know it’s annoying to check and it hardly trips off the tongue, but always just ask, they’ll tell you immediately if it has passed.

‘I don’t like Halloween because two years ago it turned out our screams were real. Thanks to the extraordinary NHS everything is now okay.

‘I just don’t want any of you to go through what we did. So, get yourself a witchy costume, but please get a safe one.’

A very important message. We’ll be taking note.