Strictly's Pixie Lott cuddles up to boyfriend after dancing up a storm

Published Monday, Nov 3 2014, 12:43 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
Strictly Come Dancing's Pixie Lott enjoyed a well deserved and dance-free break with boyfriend Oliver Cheshire yesterday evening.

The 'Break Up Song' singer may have danced up a storm on Saturday night's live show, but yesterday Pixie was more than happy to rest up her feet and enjoy a dinner for two with her beau.

Pixie Lott and Oliver Cheshire, The Hawksmoor, Spitalfields
2 November

© Instagram / @pixielott

Dining out for Sunday dinner at Hawksmoor steak restaurant in Spitalfields, Pixie shared a photo of herself cuddling up to Oliver - her boyfriend of four years - and enjoying a glass of red wine.

Alongside her picture, she said: "#sundays @hawksmoor_no_1."

Taking time out from her jam-packed Strictly schedule, Pixie's evening out was well deserved after she impressed the judging panel this week with her Halloween-themed Tango to Electric Six's 'Danger! High Voltage'.

Pixie Lott performs the Tango on Strictly Come Dancing, BBC One
1 November


Donning freaky face paint and scarily big hair as she took to the floor, Pixie bagged herself third place on the leaderboard with a score of 33 thanks to her sharp routine.

Following her performance with dance partner Trent Whiddon, the pretty blonde received plenty of praise from the panel.

While Darcey Bussell thought Pixie's dance was "fierce and strong all the way through", both Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood commented on the great realtionship between Pixie and her professional partner, Trent.

Bruno told the 23-year-old she and Trent had "electrifying chemistry" while Craig said the pair's partnership was "extraordinary".

Frankie Bridge performs the Tango on Strictly Come Dancing, BBC One
1 November


Meanwhile, topping the leaderboard this week was Frankie Bridge as she transformed into Elphaba from 'Wicked: The Musical'.

Wowing the judges with her Tango to 'Defying Gravity', Frankie scored her second 10 of the series, bagging herself a top score of 37. Close behind was ex-TOWIE star Mark Wright who scored 35 for his jive to 'Little Shop Of Horrors'.

At the bottom end, Alison Hammond and Scott Mills found themselves in the dance off and shortly after, Scott was the fifth celebrity to be voted out of Strictly by the judges.

Following his exit, the Radio 1 DJ said the competition had been the "best experience" and he was "so pleased" to have been a part of it.

Strictly Come Dancing continues this Saturday (1 November) at 6.30pm and Sunday (2 November) at 7.20pm.

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Watch Pixie's Tango to 'Danger! High Voltage' here: