BBC Strictly It Takes Two viewers say the same thing about Shirley Ballas

Strictly: Shirley Ballas shows off impressive Rumba moves

Shirley Ballas left viewers lost for words when she performed some Rumba moves on the Strictly Come Dancing spin-off show It Takes Two on Wednesday evening.

The Strictly head judge, 63, appeared as a guest on the BBC show to chat ahead of the iconic Blackpool weekend.

During the show, she performed in a segment some Rumba dance skills with professional dancer Neil Jones, very much proving that she still has some moves.

Many viewers were left in awe of her dancing talent and took to social media to voice their reaction.

One person posted on X, formally known as Twitter: “Love the Rumba and watching @ShirleyBallas #ittakestwo A-ma-zing.”

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A second chimed in: “I could watch a few hours of this #Rumba #ShirleyBallas.”

However, one person wasn’t totally sold on the Rumba: “Does anyone care about the Rumba I find it so boring #ItTakesTwo #Strictly.”

Elsewhere, Shirley recently revealed that she avoids the catering provided for the Strictly Come Dancing cast and crew.

The world champion dancer explained that she has to avoid the food at Strictly because of how calorific it is and the fact that she’s going to be on camera every weekend.

Speaking to The Sun, she said: “It’s always difficult when I’m on the run-up to anything like Strictly. I really have to watch what I’m eating.”

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Instead, Shirley opts to bring in her own food during show days.

“I don’t do catering, I have seen the food at Strictly. They have lots of yummy cakes and sweets and biscuits and they have all sorts of fantastic food,” she added.

“But it definitely is calorie food, because obviously the dancers are dancing all day and of course, they’re young with fabulous bodies.”

She also admitted that the crew brings her salads and sometimes sushi during the day.

Strictly Come Dancing returns to BBC one this Saturday.

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