Shirley Ballas suffers wardrobe malfunction
Shirley Ballas was caught with her trousers down just moments before she appeared as a guest on Loose Women today.
Taking to her official Instagram account, the Strictly Come Dancing head judge was due to walk onto the Loose Women stage when she had an awkward blunder with her microphone.
Speaking into the camera, Shirley was wearing a yellow LK Bennett suit but had her trousers down as she had dropped her microphone in the toilet.
She said: “When you’ve been to the bathroom and you drop your microphone down the loo. Oh dear, oh dear.”
Shirley was going on the ITV show to promote her debut crime novel, Murder On The Dancefloor.
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She had quite the eventful morning, as she was awake at 5am to speak to Talk Sport and then onto Virgin Radio with Chris Evans.
In recent news, Shirley hit back at an online troll who accused her of “drinking before the show.”
A BBC viewer who posted on X, formally known as Twitter, said that they believed she had been drinking before the live show and that this led her to give high scores during the night.
They wrote: “Shirley you should give the contestants what they deserve!!! A 10 for a dance that wasn’t even a 7!! Get real woman and if what some say is true, stop drinking before the show!!!” (sic)
Shirley responded to the online post and clearly denied the troll’s comments, quipping: “I don’t drink anything before the show or I’ll pee my knickers lol.” (sic)
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One fan who disagreed with her commented: “Then why do you act like you have and give away a 10 that was absolute nonsense!!”
However, one fan didn’t see the problem and said: “Omg what’s wrong with people if our @ShirleyBallas wants to give a bloody 10 so be it lot worst things happening in this world to whinge about.”
During the second weekend of the live performances, Shirley awarded a score of 10 to Eddie Kadi and Karen Hauer as they danced a freestyle performance to Men In Black.
Despite it being only week three, it was the first 10 awarded for the 2023 series.
Strictly Come Dancing continues on BBC One at 6:20pm on Saturday 14 October.
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