Tess Daly yellow dress causes controversial debate among Strictly Come Dancing fans: BBC presenter pulls out most dramatic look yet but viewers disagree on colour: 'It hurts my eyes!'

Posted on Nov 19 2017 - 3:29pm by admin

Tess Daly opted for her most dramatic look of the Strictly Come Dancing series with an off the shoulder vibrant yellow dressTess Daly opted for her most dramatic look of the Strictly Come Dancing series with an off the shoulder vibrant yellow dress [Tess Daly/ Instagram]

Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman always cause a huge reaction with their dress choices for BBC Strictly Come Dancing, particularly when Tess opted for a wedding gown. 

And Tess, 48 – who has a very different real name – really made an impression for the Blackpool Ballroom special, wearing a stunning yellow ball gown. 

While Claudia opted for a relatively understated green off the shoulder number, Tess, who is married to Vernon Kay, really stood out and opted for a vibrant floor length gown by Roland Mouret. 

The off-the-shoulder gown is priced at £1,995, so any fans wanting to replicate the look on a budget may be disappointed. 

Tess Daly caused a huge reaction with her vibrant yellow Roland Mouret dress on Strictly Come DancingTess Daly caused a huge reaction with her vibrant yellow Roland Mouret dress on Strictly Come Dancing [Roland Mouret/ Net-A-Porter]

Fans were quick to comment on the bold choice – with not everyone agreeing on the colour. 

“Loved the cut and the colour on you tonight , really suited you, you looked stunning,” commented one fan on Instagram. 

Another added: “I need this dress in my life!” 

However not everyone was a fan, with some even comparing the star to a banana. 

Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman always set trends on Strictly Come DancingTess Daly and Claudia Winkleman always set trends on Strictly Come Dancing [BBC]

“What the hell is that dress, you look like a banana,” one critic commented, while another added: “It hurts my eyes”. 

Another added: “Not a fan of the colour.” 

Watch Strictly Come Dancing, Saturday and Sunday evenings, BBC1. 

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