Motsi Mabuse made sure Amy Dowden was feeling the love on Sunday by wearing a pink dress (Picture: REX/Instagram/motsimabuse)
The 43-year-old judge wore a beautiful pink dress for Sunday’s instalment of Strictly and revealed her outfit choice was for dancer Amy, 33.
Amy underwent a single mastectomy and is now having chemotherapy after doctors sadly found more tumours, which has also forced her out of Strictly 2023.
However, she’s been thrilling fans with appearances on the BBC show as a surprise guest.
And Amy’s Strictly co-stars have also been making sure she feels as included as possible, with Motsi taking to Instagram on Sunday to confirm her pink look was for Amy.
Motsi wore a beautiful pink dress for Sunday’s instalment of Strictly and revealed her outfit choice was for dancer Amy, 33 (Picture: Instagram/motsimabuse)
Amy revealed earlier this year that she had been diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock)
She wrote: ‘About the result show @bbcstrictly The Team always on point wearing pink for our @amy_dowden.’
Amy was one of the first to reply to Motsi’s post, leaving a string of emojis beneath her glam snaps.
As for the results of Sunday’s show, Strictly bid farewell to Eddie Kadi and his partner Karen Hauer.
Motsi wrote: ‘About the result show @bbcstrictly The Team always on point wearing pink for our @amy_dowden’ (Picture: Instagram)
Amy was one of the first to reply to Motsi’s post, leaving a string of emojis beneath her glam snaps (Picture: Instagram)
They were forced to face the dance-off opposite former Love Island star Zara McDermott and her partner Graziano Di Prima.
During the results show, Eddie and Karen were the first to perform, before the judges gave their verdict.
As for the results of Sunday’s show, Strictly bid farewell to Eddie Kadi and his partner Karen Hauer (Picture: PA)
Craig Revel Horwood said: ‘For me the quality of dance in this couple was far superior and the couple I would like to save is Zara and Graziano.’
Motsi followed, stating: ‘For me, it was extremely close. The quality was actually very, very close. It came down to details and I would love to save Zara and Graziano.’
The third judge to speak, Anton Du Beke, agreed with his peers, announcing: ‘Well, I thought that was an excellent dance off. I thought both couples danced very, very well but for me with a slightly cleaner technique, I’d like to save Zara and Graziano.’
While Anton’s vote confirmed Eddie and Karen’s fate, head judge Shirley Ballas revealed that she would have voted the same way.
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A touching tribute.