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Poor Marty scored the lowest points on the night with just 8 and ranked bottom of the leaderboard.
The judges comments and markings caused a lot of consternation on the night.
But if that’s not good enough, we have a range of pink cape dresses to choose from in the edit below. ' Elsewhere, another fan wrote: 'Batman stop looking for your pink cape, Tess of #Strictly is using it.' Commenting on her outfit's daring length, one viewer joked: 'Did Tess nick her dress from a much shorter woman?
' While another added: 'I can't decide if Tess' dress is beautiful or weird.' It was an unexpected night for Strictly fans as the series' first ever paso doble-thon meant a serious shake up for the usual scoring.
“The only way I won’t have to change my name is if they say that I don’t have to,” she told about the snafu. Though her new album explores various aspects of her beliefs (from gender politics to sex), she doesn’t like putting the spotlight on herself.
Nicknamed “twigs” because of the way her joints crack, the singer added the acronym FKA (“Formerly Known As”) to her moniker because American pop duo The Twigs already snagged the name. Dancing in videos for pop stars like Kylie Minogue, Taio Cruz and Ed Sheeran, she is featured heavily in Jessie J‘s "Do It Like A Dude" video, which has racked up nearly 80 million views on You Tube. Like Pattinson, don’t expect her to dish on her personal life any time soon.
There were plenty of kicks, flicks, spats and a spot of brief twerking.
“I felt we had another few dances left in me,” she said. For me this has been one of the most positive experiences of my life.” “I’m feeling a little apprehensive,” he said.
“And I would have liked to have lost more weight.” “I had just got my knee cap fixed, I had sold a chunk of the business, and I thought lets do this crazy dancing thing. “But we’re raring to go too.” Marty had been planning on breaking it down to the king of soul James Brown, but sadly his routine lacked some of the Marty Party oomph we have all come to expect.
The presenter, 48, had an unintentionally divisive impact on the BBC show’s latest instalment by opting to wear a questionable caped minidress in garish fuchsia pink.
Opening proceedings with co-host Claudia Winkleman, who sported a comparatively conventional black sequinned evening number, Tess prompted an inevitable barrage of comments across social media.