Entertainment: Claudia Winkleman declares 'I'm not doing Strictly!' as Tess Daly breaks down in TEARS after longest-ever Dance-a-thon... raising £782,686 for Comic Relief - PressFrom - United Kingdom
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EntertainmentClaudia Winkleman declares 'I'm not doing Strictly!' as Tess Daly breaks down in TEARS after longest-ever Dance-a-thon... raising £782,686 for Comic Relief

07:50  13 march  2019
07:50  13 march  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly to embark on Comic Relief danceathon

Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly to embark on Comic Relief danceathon Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly are to take part in the longest-ever danceathon for Comic Relief next month.

Claudia Anne Winkleman (born 15 January 1972) is an English television presenter, model, film critic, radio personality, and journalist. Between 2004 and 2010

Tess Daly nearly suffered a nasty blunder during the 24-hour Comic Relief danceathon with Claudia Winkleman , as she tripped while showcasing her best But Tess Daly nearly destroyed her chances of completing the challenge within the first song, as she suffered a trip while dancing to Beyonce.

Video: Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly raised £782,686 for Comic Relief

They've been on their feet for 24 hours and five minutes, completing the longest-ever Dance-a-thon in aid of Comic Relief.

And Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly collapsed as their challenge came to an end on Tuesday, having a much-deserved lie down live on BBC One and BBC Radio 2.

Claudia Winkleman declares 'I'm not doing Strictly!' as Tess Daly breaks down in TEARS after longest-ever Dance-a-thon... raising £782,686 for Comic Relief © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited All danced out! Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly collapsed as they completed their 24 hour 5 minute Dance-a-thon for Comic Relief on Tuesday

The Strictly Come Dancing hostesses looked exhausted as they finally came to a halt, smashing the previous world record, held by Sara Cox from her 2017 Dance-a-thon.

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TESS Daly screamed as she TRIPPED within minutes of starting her epic 24-hour dance marathon with Strictly co-host Claudia "However I ’ m not sure what either of us were thinking when we agreed to the longest ever Danceathon challenge! "We were worn out during our first choreography session so

Strictly Danceathon will see Strictly presenters Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly practice what they preach and show us their dance moves. Claudia Winkleman , who hosted the first ever Comic Relief six-hour Danceathon in 2015, said: “ I ’ m so excited to be taking on this epic Danceathon

Claudia even declared that she's 'not doing Strictly' anymore as the pair joked that they now couldn't stand dancing, with Tess later appearing to break down in tears during a taxi ride home.

Claudia Winkleman declares 'I'm not doing Strictly!' as Tess Daly breaks down in TEARS after longest-ever Dance-a-thon... raising £782,686 for Comic Relief © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Emotional: Tess appeared to break down in tears as she drove home after the Dance-a-thon on Tuesday night

It was then revealed to them that they had raised a whopping £782,686 for Comic Relief in their efforts - with donations still trickling in and the total still climbing.

The ladies kicked things off at 7PM the evening before, launching the fund-raising endeavor on The One Show.

Claudia Winkleman declares 'I'm not doing Strictly!' as Tess Daly breaks down in TEARS after longest-ever Dance-a-thon... raising £782,686 for Comic Relief © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Success: It was then revealed to them that they had raised a whopping £782,686 for Comic Relief in their efforts - with donations still trickling in and the total still climbing

They kept at it through the night and over the course of Tuesday, with special guests popping in throughout the day to cheer them on.

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Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman have completed their gruelling Comic Relief danceathon, after fighting through injury The Strictly Come Dancing presenters raised £ 782 , 686 by dancing non-stop for Tess has been in tears , she's also feeling nauseous, and Claudia is talking about baby giraffes."

Strictly 's Tess and Claudia will dance for 24 HOURS ahead of Red Nose Day. Tess , 49, said: "24 hours of non-stop dancing is what I've gathered," adding " I ' m a bit nervous now." She added: "We're dancing and it's for 24 hours and we want to raise money for Comic Relief because we love Comic

Claudia and Tess were joined by family, friends and celebrity guests - many of whom joined them on the dance floor to show off their own moves.

Claudia Winkleman declares 'I'm not doing Strictly!' as Tess Daly breaks down in TEARS after longest-ever Dance-a-thon... raising £782,686 for Comic Relief © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited One on one: Rylan Clark-Neal challenged presenter Jeremy Vine to an impressive dance-off

Susan Calman, Greg James, and Hugh Dennis made appearances, along with some surprise visits from Davina McCall and Jon Snow (who boogied to Madonna).

Rylan Clark-Neal challenged presenter Jeremy Vine to an impressive dance-off as Mary Berry treated Claudia and Tess to some chocolate cake in the studio.

Claudia Winkleman declares 'I'm not doing Strictly!' as Tess Daly breaks down in TEARS after longest-ever Dance-a-thon... raising £782,686 for Comic Relief © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Confessions on a dancefloor! News presenter Jon Snow stopped by for an impromptu dance to Madonna

Ed Balls and Katya Jones revisited their Strictly days and Ed spoke about his recent Kilimanjaro climb for Comic Relief, while Anton Du Beke lifted spirits (and Claudia) as he twirled the pair around the dancefloor.

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Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly looked exhausted after smashing the previous world record of longest - ever Dance - a - thon . The Strictly Come Dancing hostesses managed to raise £ 782 , 686 for Comic Relief after dancing for 24 hours and five minutes.

Strictly Come Dancing (informally known as Strictly ) is a British television dance contest in which Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly returned to front the main show, and Claudia Winkleman presented Professionals from the last series who did not return included Trent Whiddon, Iveta Lukosiute and

There were also special performances from Beverley Knight, Fleur East, Andy Burrows, Calum Scott, Hair the musical, Mamma Mia the musical, the cast of Everybody Loves Jamie and Fisherman’s Friends.

Claudia Winkleman declares 'I'm not doing Strictly!' as Tess Daly breaks down in TEARS after longest-ever Dance-a-thon... raising £782,686 for Comic Relief © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Winning! The duo danced their final song – Destiny’s Child, Survivor - at 7:20PM, making it over 24 hours since they kicked off their epic challenge

The duo danced their final song – Destiny’s Child, Survivor - at 7:20PM, making it over 24 hours since they kicked off their epic challenge.

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