Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas underwent surgery to remove her breast implants as a precaution following a number of cancer diagnoses in her family. Despite the operation, Shirley made a triumphant return to the BBC show this evening and viewers couldn’t help but praise Shirley and the stunning tuxedo she donned for the live show.
One viewer remarked: “Shirley look at you in that TUX MA’AM #Strictly.”
“LIVING for Shirley’s suit #Strictly #StrictlyComeDancing,” another wrote.
“Shirley looking absolutely banging in that post-surgery ‘comfy’ suit #Strictly,” a third added.
Another said: “Shirley is doing the show after SURGERY. What a trooper #Strictly.”
“Shirley Ballas looks so hot tonight wtf #Strictly,” another tweeted.
Meanwhile, Strictly stalwart Anton Du Beke has spoken out on quitting the BBC show.
The professional dancer is the only one to have taken part in every series and Anton revealed exclusively to Express.co.uk whether he plans to hang up his dancing shoes anytime soon.
Discussing his time on the show, Anton began: “I was talking to somebody about [Strictly] the other day and it was pointed out to me that If you were to take all this Strictly Come Dancings or variation of in the world.
“Bruno Tonioli would probably be the judge who has done the most shows.
“But of professionals, I would be the longest serving professional dancer in the world, not only in the UK.
“And I didn’t think about it like that, and I thought that was a lovely thing. And I’m sort of quite enjoy that basking in that knowledge.”
Anton was asked how long he hopes to stay on Strictly to which he confessed: “I want to continue forever.”
He continued: “I have no desire to end my participation in Strictly Come Dancing at all, because I’m literally loving every step of it.”
Strictly Come Dancing: The Results airs Sunday on BBC One at 7.15pm