Strictly Come Dancing contestant Clara Amfo suffered an awkward wardrobe malfunction during her latest routine.
The Radio 1 DJ danced a Viennese Waltz with her dance partner Aljaz Skorjanec complete with banqueting table and high backed chairs.
Things took a turn for the worst within the first few seconds of the performance as Clara's heel had snagged the bottom of her net skirt.
As she started to move around the dance floor, it trailed along the ground, and fans feared it would catch in her heel again and trip her up.
Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: "That bit off Clara’s dress is making me nervous."
Another tweeted: "Omg that rogue bit of Clara's dress is giving me anxiety."
A third person posted: "Clara did well in her dance even though her dress got caught."
While a fourth said: "Who else was watching that loose piece of fabric on Clara's dress like a hawk?"
A fifth viewer said: "Didn't see much of Aljaz and Clara's dance cause I couldn't take my eyes off of Clara's dress after she got her shoe caught thought she was gonna fall over."
Strictly fans were not happy with BBC bosses after they decided to scrap the iconic Halloween special of the dancing competition.
There was no scary make-up or frightening costumes on Saturday's episode of Strictly as the 12 contestants take to the dance floor once again.
Strictly's Halloween episode is always one of the most extravagant shows of each series.
The famous faces and their professional dance partners usually perform Halloween-themed routines, while the costume department pulls out all the stops to make sure the stars look devlishly good.
The judges usually get involved with the celebrations but Strictly's executive producer Sarah James has confirmed that the 2020 spooktacular would be binned.
The difficult decision was made to the coronavirus pandemic, which has forced the series to run for a shorter amount of weeks.
Sarah told Entertainment Daily: "We will have Movie Week and Musicals Week but we won’t have Halloween Week this year.
“We have done a Halloween group number but Halloween would fall on the second week this year and we thought it would be a bit soon for a themed week."
Strictly Come Dancing continues on BBC One on Sunday
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