Lucy Mecklenburgh proves she's a right Tumble diva ahead of final

Published Tuesday, Sep 9 2014, 12:08 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Is Lucy Mecklenburgh the Tumble diva? According to her latest snap and the size of her glam squad, it would seem so!

Channeling her inner prom queen for her semi-final performance last week (6 September), the former TOWIE star had an entourage even J.Lo would be proud of...

Lucy Mecklenburgh getting ready before Tumble semi-final
9 September

© Instagram / @lucymeck1

Such a princess!

She may have been dressed up as a queen, but it looked like Lucy was even treated like royalty as her many helpers surrounded her to get her primped and preened ready for her turn on the Tumble floor.

Captioning her photo, Lucy said: "Behind the scenes on Saturday nights tumble! This is how many people it took to make me a prom queen... Hair, makeup, sewing, glue ... Etc. Look like a right diva haaa #tumble."

Diva or not, her beauty team certainly done the job as Lucy looked sensational in all her sparkles.

And all their hard work seemed to pay off as Lucy and her pro partner Billy Jacques found themselves with a place in the first ever Tumble final.

Lucy Mecklenburgh's semi-final performance on Tumble
6 September

© YouTube / BBC

Lucy and Billy headed back to prom for their semi-final performance.

Just the previous week, Lucy and Billy - who she likes to call her 'bestie' now they've grown close on the show - found themselves at the bottom of the leaderboard and in the vault-off.

But luckily for Luce she beat Eastenders star John Partridge for a place in the semi-final and thanks to upping her game in last Saturday, she will now be competing for the winner's title.

Other contestants joining Lucy in this weekend's final include H from Steps, Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding and Sugababes star Amelle Berrabah.

Catch the final of Tumble this Saturday 13 September on BBC One.

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Watch Lucy's Prom Queen performance here: