STRICTLY Come Dancing fans were all left seriously impressed by Helen Skelton and her secret ‘revenge’ on last night’s show.
Dancing to Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club, Helen wowed the judges, while the audience gave her a standing ovation.
Fans of the routine were blown away at home and felt Helen executed the performance perfectly as a form of ‘revenge’ for her ex, Leeds Rhinos rugby ace Richie Myler.
Die paartjie split up in April of this year.
Helen dazzled in her stunning cabaret style attire in all black.
Neem na Twitter, fans were full of praise for the TV star who managed to score an impressive 39 after all the judges bar Craig Revel Horwood gave her a perfect 10.
Een fan het gesê: “Helen went from a cute, charismatic kids presenter to a powerful, confident woman who just said a massive f*** you to her slimy ex on one of the biggest shows on national TV. What a woman. I cannot get over it.”
Another expressed: “That was Helen’s f**k you dance wasn’t it.”
A third fan enthused: “Helen getting the ultimate revenge on her slimey ex by sl**ting it up on national telly with Gorka in a corset. Iconic behaviour. 10/10.”
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“Helen giving it the big fuck you to her prick of an Ex on national TV!,” 'n ander geskryf, toevoeging: “Top class stuff as good will on her side, she’s sent a clear message to her vile ex Husband tonight in her Dance and is finally more confident after weeks of holding back confidence/performance wise IMO.”
As a fifth fan commented: “Helen though. Not to make it about her ex because it’s not about him , but it was SUCH a glorious and deserved “f*** you” to him nonetheless. I’m here for it.”
Many fans even claimed Helen had emulated the iconic Princess Diana revenge dress moment, met een gesegde: “I think we can all agree that Helen Skelton’s fantastic performance was the equivalent of Diana’s ‘revenge dress’.”
In the VT before her dance, Helena fought back tears as she commented on how important family was to her.
Getting teary-eyed, Het Helen gesê: “My family is everything to me…everything.”
Parents Richard and Janet joined Helen in the short video and praised her for pushing on with her dreams.
Janet said: “We’ve always believed as parents follow your dream.”
“We are proud of the person you are, not what you do but proud of the person you are,” her dad Richard said.
Janet added: “It makes me very happy to see her dance because I can see as the weeks gone on, she’s become more and more confident.
Trane terugveg, Het Helen gesê: “I hope they know how grateful I am for the unquestionable support that they give me, and that’s the key, it’s unquestionable.”