Strictly Come Dancing 's Claudia Winkleman stole the show as she arrived onto the BBC dance floor with fellow presenter Tess Daly.

Claudia looked gorgeous as she donned a sparkling pale coral blazer and trousers, looking seriously smart in the plunging two-piece.

The suit featured a low-cut neckline with a button-design over her stomach, while the legs had a wide-leg style which hung over her shoes.

She accessorised the outfit with rings on her fingers, and opted for her usual trademark hair and beauty look, adding a heavy kohl around her eyes.

In comparison, Tess opted for a strapless white dress with black polka dots printed all over the material.

The blonde bombshell looked gorgeous as she showed off her toned figure in the clingy monochrome ensemble.

Claudia and Tess seemed thrilled to be reunited, although they had to stay six feet away from each other to follow coronavirus guidelines.

Fans rushed to social media to comment on Claudia's wardrobe choice, as one posted: "Claudia thinks she’s still working from home, rocking up in her glitter pyjamas."

Another added: "What the hell is Claudia wearing?"

A third chipped in: "Is Claudia wearing pyjamas?"

But a fourth was much kinder as they said: "Can I have Claudia’s glittery suit please?"

Bill Bailey, Caroline Quentin, Clara Amfo, HRVY, Jacqui Smith, Jamie Laing Jason Bell, JJ Chalmers, Maisie Smith, Max George, Nicola Adams and Ranvir Singh.

The stars were being coupled up with their professional partners for the glitzy launch night, as Shirley Ballas, Craig Revel-Horwood and Motsi Mabuse returned as judges.

Viewers were thrilled as the pros all danced together for the first big group number of the series, dancing to classic Everybody's Free by Rozalla.

As the dancers managed to do a proper show number, and touch each other for the impressive routine, fans rushed to social media to share their joy at the small bit of normality.

Strictly returns next week on BBC for the new couples' first official dance.