Strictly's Alex Scott goes make-up free for It Takes Two filming with pro Neil Jones... as they prepare to dance the first Argentine Tango of the series
They were highly praised by fans following their Paso Doble in Blackpool.
And Strictly Come Dancing star Alex Scott was still smiling as she arrived at filming for It Takes Two with her professional partner Neil Jones on Wednesday.
The football star, 35, happily signed autographs for waiting fans as she and Neil, 37, prepare to dance the first Argentine Tango of the series.
Casual: Strictly Come Dancing star Alex Scott was still smiling as she arrived to film It Takes Two with her professional partner Neil Jones on Wednesday
Alex opted to go makeup free as she left headed into the It Takes Two studios in London with Neil for another day of filming.
The former England star carried an array of bags and finished her off-duty look with a blue coat covered with floral embroidery.
Alex added another colourful twist to her outfit with pale blue chunky trainers, while Neil also wrapped up in a black trench coat and a brown scarf.
Flawless: The football star went makeup free as she headed into the studios in London for an interview about her performance on Saturday
Friendly: Neil was also in high spirits following the TV appearance. On Saturday he and Alex are set to perform the first Paso Doble of the series
Alex and Neil have been hard at work in the training ahead of this weekend's dance, which will be the notoriously difficult Argentine Tango.
The pair earned plenty of praise following their performance at Blackpool last week, which was a Paso Doble to the Beyonce hit Run The World (Girls).
Alex and Neil earned a respectable 34 points out of 40 for their dance, and earned plenty of compliments from the judging panel.
Doing well: Alex (left) and Neil earned plenty of praise at Blackpool last week when they performed an empowering Paso Doble
Smile: The dancing duo happily posed for selfies with fans as they headed into the studio together
Low-key: Alex teamed her off-duty look with funky pale blue trainers as she carried her bags into the BBC Studios in the capital
Craig Revel-Horwood said: 'Well when you first walked out and I took one look at you I thought the hair was going to be the star of the performance, but actually you worked better than the hair.
'It was theatrical, it had a modern take, I thought it was really really great.'
Motsi Mabuse added: 'I'm so so proud of you I'm so proud of that dance what I really loved is that you let go you just came through and attacked the dance, a few things happened but you were on it and I loved it.'
Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday at 7pm on BBC One.
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