Strictly’s Helen Skelton and partner Gorka wrap up warm as they arrive at rehearsals for final show


STRICTLY Come Dancing star Helen Skelton and her professional partner Gorka Marqeuz have wrapped up warm for rehearsals.

The dancing pair were seen heading to the studio for training ahead of the final show this weekend – looking a little chilly.

Helen and Gorka wrapped up warm as they headed to training

Helen wore a big scarf round her neck

Helen, 39, and Gorka, 32, were seen walking side-by-side to the snowy studio, as they donned big coats to keep out the cold.

The TV presenter held her hand out to touch the snow-covered bushes as she bundled into a large green puffer coat.

She added a big pink scarf round her neck to further keep warm, letting her blonde hair fall down round her make-up free face.

Gorka wore a black puffer coat with a orange hat, carrying a large bag over his shoulder – as he donned waterproof trousers.

It comes after Helen suffered a huge wardrobe malfunction live on air over the weekend as her dress ripped during her dance.

The presenter ran into trouble with her delicate and revealing outfit when she performed her first routine with Gorka.

The pair performed the Argentine Tango to Here Comes The Rain Again by the Eurythmics when the mishap happened.

The star ran suffered the huge blunder live on air during her dance when her heel caught on her outfit which caused fraying at the edges of the gown.

It got worse for Helen as there was also a second accidental slit up the back of her blue sequined costume.

After her performance, Tess Daly couldn’t help but draw further attention to the wardrobe disaster as she asked: “Is your dress okay? I know it got caught a little in your heel?”

However, the star is going from strength to strength in the competition and seemed unbothered by the mishap, as she laughed the incident off.

Helen was awarded a total of 37 for her first routine by the judges with Anton Du Beke and Motsi Mabuse both awarding her with a maximum score of ten points.

While Craig Revel Horwood gave the presenter a nine and head judge Shirley Ballas gave her an eight.

It seems Helen had less luck with her next dance as she took to the ballroom to perform a Waltz to Only One Road by Celine Dion.

She had the joint second-lowest score of the night for her second routine, alongside Fleur East.

The judges gave both Helen and Fleur a score of only 35 points for both their second dances in the semi-final.

Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday night on BBC One

The pair are currently preparing for their final dances on Saturday night