BBC show The Greatest Dancer continued last night, and judge Oti Mabuse wore an eye-catching item for the live show. South-African dancer Oti, 28, appeared on screen in a blazer dress, £345, from Whyte Studio. The dancing professional took to Instagram to share the details of her look, revealing her matching silver boots were from luxury fashion brand Gina. Oti paired the standout look with a simple bob hairstyle and lashings of eyeliner.
Two rings could be seen on her fingers – one on each hand – but she skipped any other jewellery.
Oti wasn’t the only person to step out in sequins last night, with host Alesha Dixon choosing a rainbow coloured minidress made entirely of the material too.
Alesha, 40, paired the rainbow stripe sequin minidress with bare legs and a pair of minimal black strapped stiletto heels.
The dress featured a high neckline and wide sleeves, giving it a 70s feel. Adding to the retro vibe, Alesha donned a pair of gold multi-hoop drop earrings.
She wore her hair up in an impressively neat topknot, which sat right on top of her head.
Cheryl also chose something striking for last night’s show, dancing on stage in a sexy leather top and red and white tartan skirt.
Oti rose to prominence as a professional dancer on Strictly Come Dancing, another BBC show, back in 2015.
Since joining the show she has competed with celebrities Anthony Ogogo, Danny Mac, Jonnie Peacock, and Graeme Swann.
She has also appeared in the German equivalent of the dance competition Let’s Dance.
Oti, who was born in Pretoria, South Africa, has won the South African Latin American Championship eight times.
Earlier in her dance career, she moved to Germany, and went on to scoop a series of accolades – including third place in World Cup Freestyle Latin in 2014.
Alongside her work off-screen, Oti’s time on TV will have no doubt seen her take home a rather large pay cheque.
But what is her net worth?
Years at the top of her game will have likely netted Oti a tidy sum of cash.
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