Loose Women's Judi Love has revealed that Strictly Come Dancing has brought out a new side to her while reacting to her twerking video.
Judi turned the heat all the way up on Saturday's Strictly as she twerked on the show – a dance move that has never been performed on the programme before.
Dancing to Sean Paul's iconic song Get Busy, Judi and her partner Graziano di Prima wowed the judges and fans at home with their extremely energetic samba routine.
On Monday's Loose Women programme, Judi joined the rest of the panel as she looked back on her amazing performance.
Producers pulled up the video of her twerking side by side her reaction as she watched back on her impressive moves.
Judi and the panel which included Coleen Nolan and Ruth Langsford were all impressed with the dance, along with the audience at home.
The comedian said that since joining the show she has seen a whole new side to herself, which she thoroughly welcomes.
She said: "It pushes me out of my comfort zone it makes me look at myself physically makes me think about health and how much more I can push myself in something I'm not as comfortable in."
On Saturday, the panel of judges were also impressed with her, with Craig Revel Horwood mentioning that Judi's "bum should have its own show".
Meanwhile, presenter Tess Daly said she "shook the whole ballroom".
But viewers at home were certainly loving Judi too and took to Twitter to share their thoughts.
Taking to the social media platform, one fan penned: "Judi Love’s dance was everything I love about #StrictlyComeDancing."
Another fan certainly loved the performance and said: "Not sure whether that was a Samba but it gets a 10 from me, amazing."
A third commented: "Omg that was bloody brilliant woooooooo im sat in hospital bed trying to get my baby to sleep dancing along [sic]."
At the end of her routine, Judi continued to receive praise from judges even though Craig described the routine as a "technical disaster" he also admitted that he loved Judi.
Comedian Judi also received impressive scores from the judges and achieved 25 points.
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