The BBC show’s head judge caused a stir on Twitter today as she posed up a storm in just her pyjamas.
Wearing her dark tresses down, the 57-year-old was seen waving at the camera while in an eye-catching two-piece.
Posing with one leg bent, Shirley looked very different in the white nightwear, which featured colourful polka dots throughout.
Going barefoot, the dancer’s trim figure was still impossible to miss as she teamed the nightwear with sultry, dark eye make-up.
Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Shirley Ballas posed online in her pyjamas today
Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Shirley Ballas as head judge on the BBC show
This is ridiculously adorable… should come with a cuteness overload warning
“Thank you to all the children and staff at @AlderHey Hospital for my #GetSpotted pyjamas! I love them,” she told her 23,000 followers.
Shirley was soon inundated with compliments from fellow users, who claimed she looked as good as ever in the relaxed garments.
Two people replied: “Looking awfully glam in those jammies,”(sic) and: “How come you look good in anything? Must be that posture lol.”(sic)
Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas
Mon, October 16, 2017
Shirley Ballas is the new head judge for the 2017 series of Strictly Come Dancing, replacing Len Goodman.
Strictly Come Dancing new head judge Shirley Ballas
Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Shirley Ballas replaced Len Goodman earlier this year
A third person tweeted: “This is ridiculously adorable… should come with a cuteness overload warning!”
“You may have already guessed but it’s a 10 from me and my doggie Ellie! Hope you can #getspotted together,” a fourth went on.
The pyjamas – sold at Matalan – are part of the #GetSpotted campaign with 100 per cent profits going to Alder Hey children’s hospital.
Strictly Come Dancing 2017 continues Saturday at 6.50pm on BBC One.