Strictlys Tess Daly left red-faced as she forgets about Shirley Ballas during judges feedback

Strictly Come Dancing presenter Tess Daly was left red-faced on Saturday's show as she forgot to ask head judge Shirley Ballas for her feedback.

During the latest instalment, the judges commented on Dan Walker's Foxtrot to Once Upon A Dream from Sleeping Beauty as part of the show's Movie Week.

However, after asking judges Anton Du Beke, Motsi Mabuse and Craig Revel Horwood for their feedback, Tess, 52, asked the duo to head to Claudia Winkleman for their scores.

To which someone shouted in the studio: "Oh, Shirley, Shirley!" with Tess left red-faced as she quickly realised and said: "Excuse me Shirley!"

With BBC Breakfast star Dan joking: "Hold on, head judge!" with Tess adding: "How could I possibly forget? Shirley!"

Elsewhere during Dan's judging feedback, Anton didn't hold back as he told the TV star that he was "disappointed" in him after he went wrong with the routine.

The judge said: "Oh I wanted to say: 'Arise, Sir Daniel,' but you went wrong!

"I can't tell you who is more disappointed… me or you, quite frankly, as you were dancing quite elegantly."

Anton then listed off some positives from the routine before adding: "But you went wrong! I am absolutely mortified for you, I was going to give you 25 points."

To which Dan replied: "I'm sorry, if it makes you feel any better I am gutted as well, alright?"

With Anton adding that it "wasn't a bad effort", insisting that "tiny mistakes" do happen on the dance floor.

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Craig Revel Horwood added: "It does happen but these were big mistakes, darling, not tiny ones."

The judge told Dan to learn how to "rebuild" the number if it goes "horribly wrong" again, he added: "It wasn't great, sorry!"

Strictly Come Dancing continues next Saturday with the results show airing on Sunday at 7:10pm on BBC One.

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