Smiley Daisy Lowe steps out in an all-black ensemble and matching hat after narrowly avoiding elimination on Strictly Come Dancing
She narrowly avoided getting the boot from Strictly Come Dancing on Sunday night, with Lesley Joseph being eliminated instead.
And Daisy Lowe looked pretty pleased with herself when she stepped out in London the following morning.
The 27-year-old had a big smile on her face as she took to the street wearing an all-black ensemble, including a large matching hat.
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Happy feet: Smiling Daisy Lowe stepped out in an all-black ensemble and matching hat on Monday, after narrowly avoiding elimination on Strictly Come Dancing the night before
Chilled out: The 27-year-old had a big smile on her face as she took to the street wearing an all-black ensemble, including a large matching hat
Her look consisted of a jersey dress, which she teamed with chunky socks.
Clearly wanting to give her feet a rest after intensive rehearsals, she wore a comfortable looking pair of Nike trainers.
She wrapped up wearing a leather aviator jacket and added a pop of colour with a pretty backpack which had a pink section and flower embellishments.
She made it! Daisy must be feeling rather relieved after finding herself in the dance-off, despite receiving 32 points for her Charleston routine with partner Aljaz Skorjanec
Daisy must be feeling rather relieved after finding herself in the dance-off, despite receiving 32 points for her Charleston routine with partner Aljaz Skorjanec.
The night before, she understandably appeared in high spirits when she was pictured heading back to her hotel on Sunday, along with the rest of the Strictly cast.
The outing comes as BBC's Strictly continued to trounce it's ITV rival X Factor in the ratings war.
Happy: Daisy (left) also appeared in high spirits when she was pictured heading back to her hotel the night before, along with the rest of the Strictly cast
Battle on: The outing comes as BBC's Strictly continued to trounce it's ITV rival X Factor (pictured) in the ratings war with 10.8million peak viewers
Strictly attracted 10.8million peak viewers, compared to X Factor's 6.9million, with an average of 9.08 against 5.9 on Saturday night's show.
Last week, the show's figures dropped from an average of 6.2million viewers, from 5.8million.
And it looks as though the rest of the Strictly contestants were pretty pleased by the show's success as they beamed in front of the camera.
Gone: Lesley Joseph has been voted off Strictly Come Dancing after losing to Daisy Lowe in the dreaded dance off
Judge Rinder, Greg Rutherford and Danny Mac were among the group, as well as professional dancers Giovanni Pernice, Karen Clifton and Aljaz Skorjanec.
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Lesley Joseph has been voted off Strictly Come Dancing after losing to Daisy Lowe in the dreaded dance off.
Looks like she made it: With a big smile on her face, no doubt the 27-year-old was thrilled to have been kept in the competition another week
Dancing to their beat: Fellow contestants Danny Mac (left) and Judge Rinder (right) were also present
Stunner: Professional dancer Karen Clifton matched her bag to her outfit as she joined the group
Lads! Greg Rutherford (left) was also joined by professional dancer Giovanni Pernice (right)
Taut: Natalie Lowe flaunted her toned tummy in a tracksuit and cropped T-shirt
The 71-year-old actress found herself in the bottom two after scoring a lowly 24 points for her Tango to Whatever Lola Wants with Anton Du Beke.
But it was a surprise that she faced model Daisy - who had scored a healthy 32 points on Saturday's show - proving the public vote can be cruel.
After Daisy, and Aljaž Škorjanec danced their Charleston to Happy Feet by Manhattan Rhythm Kings, the judges unanimously voted to save her.
Craig Revel Horwood explained his choice: 'I love both couples for completely different reasons. But for me tonight, for precision, for an improved performance in this particular Dance Off, and finishing on time, the couple I would like to save is Daisy and Aljaž.'
Unlucky: Lesley failed to impress the judges with her Tango to the Gotan Project version of Whatever Lola Wants on Sunday's show
Happy days: Model Daisy Lowe made it through to the next round
Improving: Daisy Lowe and Aljaz impressed with a Charleston to Happy Feet by Manhattan Rhythm Kings
Spooky: The pair began in darkness so that only their white gloves and shoes were visible
Darcey Bussell made the same choice: 'Again this is very difficult, I wouldn't want these two couples here at all, and to choose between them is very difficult. But the couple I would like to save on their cleanness and the quality of their dance that stood out to me is Daisy and Aljaž.'
Bruno Tonolini said: 'Well I love both of these girls for many different reasons. They're gorgeous look at them. But I have to really choose the stronger dance on every aspect – technique and performance. And for that reason I am choosing to save Daisy and Aljaž.'
And Head Judge Len Goodman agreed with his colleagues, saying: 'I did agree. I would have saved Daisy and Aljaž.'
Seeing red: Lesley was in bottom two and looked very disappointed when it was announced
Joy: Danny Mac made it though to the next round and was delighted
Disbelief: Anastacia was given a new lease of life with her new partner Gorka
Delight: Louise Redknapp - who used to be a judge on the BBC's So You Think You Can Dance - was chuffed to make it through
How have we done that? Greg couldn't believe he got through after his poor performance
Relief: Ore Oduba was very grateful to be heading to next week
When asked by Tess what her highlight had been, Lesley said; 'Learning a new dance every week has just been lovely, working with him (Anton) has been an absolute joy and we've laughed a lot. And yeah it's been just a lovely lovely lovely journey and it's come to an end and that's absolutely fine. We've loved it.
An emotional Anton said: 'I would just like to say thank you very much, you enriched my whole Strictly experience this year. Dancing with you has been an absolute joy. You pushed me, I don't know about me pushing you, you pushed me to try and be more creative and make the numbers better and that's just down to you and you're just an absolute joy. And I love you dearly.'
Larking around: Head judge Len got involved in the opening dance
Frantic: The opening dance got the audience in the mood
Having a blast! The professional dancers were out in full force to open the show
Up she goes: It was a rather impressive routine that the pro dancers had prepared
In character: Craig Revel Horwood played appeared to play himself in the 1920s-themed dance
Sneering: He jokingly turned his nose up at the dancer scrubbing his shoes
Fun and games: Tess and Claudia joined in with the fun at the start of the show
Sunday's Results show also featured a performance from LeAnn Rimes singing her new song How To Kiss A Boy.
Next week spiders, witches, broomsticks and ghosts return to the Strictly ballroom for the Fright Night Halloween special - the spookiest event in the Strictly Come Dancing calendar.
The remaining ten couples will take to the dancefloor once more next week when Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday 29 October at 6.45pm with the results show on Sunday 30 October at 7.15pm on BBC One.
Proving their worth: Even the judges had the chance to let their hair down
Saved: Ed Balls was voted through to the next round despite coming bottom of the leaderboard
Look away Yvette! Ed embraced his dance partner Katya when they found out they were through
Scared about next week: Ed was scared by his partner who wore a scary mask in the back of his car
Impressive: Sunday's Results show also featured a performance from LeAnn Rimes singing her new song How To Kiss A Boy
Singing her heart out: The star wowed with her awesome vocals
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