Charlotte Hawkins wants to impress Strictly judges

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    Her Strictly Come Dancing career got off to a less than auspicious start, but Charlotte Hawkins is hoping to impress judges and viewers alike with a sexually charged performance on Saturday evening.

    The Good Morning Britain presenter, 42, received a unanimously negative response after a disappointing Cha-Cha-Cha, performed with dance partner Brendan Cole, saw her slide down the leader board.

    But mother-of-one Charlotte is said to be desperate to impress when the second episode of its fifteenth series kicks off, and has worked hard to spice up her choreography with Brendan over the course of the week.

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    Hopeful: Her Strictly Come Dancing career got off to a less than auspicious start, but Charlotte Hawkins is hoping to impress judges and viewers alike with a sexually charged performance on Saturday evening

    Hopeful: Her Strictly Come Dancing career got off to a less than auspicious start, but Charlotte Hawkins is hoping to impress judges and viewers alike with a sexually charged performance on Saturday evening

    An insider told The Sun: ‘Charlotte’s been telling people she will sex up tonight’s performance to try to win some more votes. Her routine involves her flashing her thigh at the start.

    ‘She isn’t ready to leave the competition yet and will do anything she can do to stay on the show.’

    MailOnline has contacted Charlotte’s representative for further comment.

    Poor showing: The Good Morning Britain presenter, 42, received a unanimously negative response after a disappointing cha-cha-cha, performed with dance partner Brendan Cole, saw her slide down the leader board during the show's launch

    Poor showing: The Good Morning Britain presenter, 42, received a unanimously negative response after a disappointing cha-cha-cha, performed with dance partner Brendan Cole, saw her slide down the leader board during the show's launch

    Poor showing: The Good Morning Britain presenter, 42, received a unanimously negative response after a disappointing cha-cha-cha, performed with dance partner Brendan Cole, saw her slide down the leader board during the show’s launch

    Charlotte and Brendan’s Cha Cha to Sugar by Maroon 5 earned them a distinctly lukewarm reception from the judging panel, after her performance was branded a ‘dance disaster’ by a stern Bruno Tonioli. 

    Charlotte stunned in a glitzy plunging silver mini dress, showing off her shapely pins and enviable curves as she took to the stage. 

    But her less than confident performance failed to impress the judges after they accused her of losing her rhythm early on.  

    Not all that glitters? ITV presenter Charlotte Hawkins, 42, and Brendan's Cha Cha to Sugar by Maroon 5 earned them a distinctly lukewarm reception from the judging panel

    Not all that glitters? ITV presenter Charlotte Hawkins, 42, and Brendan's Cha Cha to Sugar by Maroon 5 earned them a distinctly lukewarm reception from the judging panel

    Not all that glitters? ITV presenter Charlotte Hawkins, 42, and Brendan’s Cha Cha to Sugar by Maroon 5 earned them a distinctly lukewarm reception from the judging panel

    Not distracted: Despite the blonde beauty's eye-popping appearance, her performance was branded a 'dance disaster' but a stern Bruno Tonioli

    Not distracted: Despite the blonde beauty's eye-popping appearance, her performance was branded a 'dance disaster' but a stern Bruno Tonioli

    Not distracted: Despite the blonde beauty’s eye-popping appearance, her performance was branded a ‘dance disaster’ but a stern Bruno Tonioli

    ‘To flirt on live TV is not an easy thing and you recovered well from you losing your timing’, Darcey said, ‘but you’ll come back stronger’.

    And Craig branded the piece ‘a dance disaster’ with the duo scored a more modest basic score of 12. 

    ‘You did brilliantly last week and your score will be added to that 12 so don’t despair’, Claudia told the couple optimistically. 

    Looking discouraged, the couple gave a cheering crowd a brave wave before disappearing off stage. 

    Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday, October 7 on BBC1.  

    Judging panel:  Craig Revel Horwood, Darcey Bussell, Shirley Ballas and Bruno Tonioli

    Judging panel:  Craig Revel Horwood, Darcey Bussell, Shirley Ballas and Bruno Tonioli

    Judging panel:  Craig Revel Horwood, Darcey Bussell, Shirley Ballas and Bruno Tonioli

     

     

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