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24/11/2019 09:36 GMT | Updated 24/11/2019 09:47 GMT

Strictly: Motsi Mabuse’s Comments About Alex Scott's 'Downstairs’ Had Shirley Ballas (And Everyone Else) Giggling

It's not big and it's not clever.

Alex Scott had quite the eventful night on this week’s Strictly.

Not only did she suffer a major wardrobe malfunction when she got stuck to her partner Neil Jones during their Argentine tango, but she was also on the receiving end of some questionable feedback.

Well, we say questionable, it really wasn’t, it’s just our minds - like the rest of the Strictly audience (and Twitter) - are evidently in the gutter.

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The only people who managed to keep a straight face were Alex and Neil.

Judges Craig Revel Horwood and Motsi Mabuse offered the former footballer some technical feedback, but their choice of words had everyone giggling like 5-year-olds (including head judge Shirley Ballas).

It all started when Alex and Neil were told they were “too tense downstairs” by Craig after their performance.

Motsi then followed that up by telling them “it’s all about staying tight downstairs”.

Cue Shirley, the Strictly audience and Twitter falling to bits.

Saturday’s Strictly saw Kelvin Fletcher and Karim Zeroual at the top of the leaderboard, with both scoring 38 points from the judges.

Soap star Kelvin and his partner Oti Mabuse impressed the judges with a street/commercial routine to Frank Wilson’s Do I Love You (Indeed I Do), a song that the actor said meant a lot to him.

While children’s TV presenter Karim’s emotional contemporary dance to With Confidence hit Drops Of Jupiter with partner Amy Dowden almost had the judges in tears, and they were full of praise.

Strictly Come Dancing: The Results will air at 7.15pm tonight on BBC One.

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