Strictly Come Dancing’s Tess Daly cuts a glamorous figure in a pink thigh-slit dress as she hosts live semi-final
She never puts a foot wrong when it comes to fashion.
The TV presenter, 51, highlighted her slender frame in the sculpted gown complete with shoulder pads, as she posed up a storm on her Instagram account.
Pretty in pink: Tess Daly turned heads in a stunning pink jersey wrap dress on Saturday as she hosted the semi-finals for Strictly Come Dancing
Her statement outfit featured a plunging v-neckline and complemented her metallic pink heels.
Tess enhance her stunning visage with a slick of make-up and bangs which framed her features, while the rest of her blonde tresses were swept back in a ponytail.
The Strictly host completed the look with hoop earrings and captioned her social media post: ‘What a difference hair and make-up makes.’
Celebrity contestants Jamie Laing, HRVY, Maisie Smith, Ranvir Singh and Bill Bailey were preparing backstage before their respective performances on the ballroom floor.
Dressed to impress: The TV presenter, 51, highlighted her slender frame in the sculpted gown complete with shoulder pads, as she posed up a storm on her Instagram account
Tess recently shared a rare insight into family life, after her husband, Vernon Kay, returned home earlier in December after his stint on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Outta Here!
The presenter spoke of how she believes their daughter Phoebe, 16, could follow in her footsteps as a model, and why Vernon, 46, decided to take part in the hit ITV show.
She said on Frankie Bridge’s Open Mind podcast on Tuesday: ‘Phoebe is an inch taller than me and she’s gorgeous.
‘I said to her “you know, you could go and meet my old modelling agents.”
‘She said “mum I don’t want to do that, I want to be a businesswoman or an actress’.
All in the details: Her statement outfit featured a plunging v-neckline and complemented her glitzy pink heels, and she accessorised with gold hoop earrings
Tess, who appeared on the podcast to discuss NSPCC’s campaign to safeguard children when they go online, added: ‘If they ever did want to model, I wouldn’t stop them but I would accompany them as much as I could. I would hand hold them through the process.’
Meanwhile, the Strictly presenter revealed her youngest daughter Amber, 11, was only allowed to stay up twice to watch Vernon on I’m A Celebrity, because of the programme being on late.
Of her eldest, Tess said: ‘Phoebe has actually been really enjoying it, because obviously, as teenagers, everything we do is really embarrassing.
‘I look at her face sometimes she is quietly proud and laughing along with him when he’s break dancing.’
Tess went on to explain how her husband’s decision to join I’m A Celebrity was big because the family are ‘quite private’.
She said: ‘Timing wise it was perfect because he’s been asked before and he couldn’t do it… And of course you don’t realise how intense it is when they’re in there, or for you. I’ve not missed an episode so my bedtime has been much later.’
Family: The presenter spoke of how she believes her daughter Phoebe, 16, (centre left) could follow in her footsteps as a model (pictured with partner Vernon Kay and daughter Amber, 11)