Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas has sent viewers wild with her outfit for Saturday night's episode.

The 60-year-old flaunted her ageless beauty in the scarlet number, which featured a neckline that plunged right down her cleavage.

With plenty of skin on display, she seriously impressed Strictly viewers, who flocked to Twitter to fawn over the dancing diva.

One wrote: "Shirley looks so good, her dress is so pretty."

Another said: "Oh, Shirley looking especially spectacular tonight – that red dress!"

A third tweeted: "I am a huge fan of a red dress so Shirley gets my sartorial 8 paddle this evening."

Shirley showed off her ageless beauty in her plunging frock
Shirley showed off her ageless beauty in her plunging frock

Someone else said: "Shirley has got more than her 10 paddle out tonight."

And a fifth added: "You lot can say what you like, but I b****y love Shirley."

However not everyone was impressed, as one wrote: "I wish Shirley would cover her t**s up."

Some viewers had started to believe that Shirley wasn't a fan of Maisie Smith, however their minds were changed after she heaped praise on the EastEnders babe on Saturday night.

Shirley Ballas stunned fans in a bright red dress
Shirley Ballas stunned fans in a bright red dress

One said: "Shirley gave Maisie a 9! 2020 really has gone crazy."

Another wrote: "Crikey Shirley... nice to Maisie."

And a third added: "Wow Shirley had something nice to say about Maisie."

Last week, she revealed she would have voted to send home Maisie in the dance off and save Max George, however Craig Revel Horwood and Anton Du Beke sent The Wanted hunk home.

And she explained on It Take Two: "Well first of all, both Maisie and Max lifted their game. They're both tremendously fabulous dancers. But on that dance-off I just thought that Max's quality, how he was lowering his footwork, was just that little bit in front of Maisie.

"But both of them… I mean, it was just a hair that separated them for me. But yes I really enjoyed Max."

Strictly Come Dancing airs Saturday and Sunday nights on BBC One