Strictly Come Dancing host Claudia Winkleman dressed to impress for the first live show on Saturday night.
The 48-year-old television presenter watched on with her co-star Tess Daly as the cast of Strictly 2020 took to the dance floor for the first time.
Claudia donned a strapless bedazzled black gown covered in white sparkles held up by luck alone for her latest television appearance.
She accessorised the stunning gown with a pair of pointed white stilettos.
Viewers at home rushed to their keyboards to compliment Claudia's outfit choice.
Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "Loving Claudia's dress tonight."
Another added: "The dress Claudia is wearing is so pretty."
"Tess and Claudia look lovely, a third person wrote.
While a fourth posted: "Ooh loving Claudia's dress."
A fifth gushed: "Claudia Winkleman looks stunning tonight. So glad that Strictly Come Dancing is back."
It comes after Claudia paid the ultimate tribute to NHS medics in her book, thanking them for taking care of her daughter after a horrific accident
Mathilda, then eight, was trick or treating six years ago when she brushed against a candle and her witch's costume went up in flames, severely injuring her leg.
In her new book, Quite, the mum-of-three has dedicated a whole chapter to NHS nurses, who "see you at your most vulnerable and are simply there to help".
Mathilda spent a month recovering in hospital after the accident, and Claudia can no longer enjoy Halloween because "it turned out our screams were real".
On her podcast How Did We Get Here? Claudia revealed that flashbacks of the horrific night hit her "like a tsunami," adding: "it's so enormous you think you're going to drown."
Their neighbour, Jamie Pilton, was left with second-degree burns after he bravely attempted to tackle the blaze with his bare hands.
Speaking about the incident, Jamie has previously said: "It was like a potential horror film in front of me.
"This material just keeps reigniting and re-burning. And it is sticky, so it melts on the skin. It was horrific."
Claudia was left horrified when she initially realised that children's nightwear was protected under law to have a certain level of fire resistance.
However, cheap costumes were classed as "toys" and therefore were not regulated in the same way.
Just one year after Mathilda's accident, the then-Chancellor George Osborne ordered a review of the law as EU regulations classed costumes as toys and not as clothing - which is held to higher standards.
Strictly Come Dancing continues on BBC One on Saturday night