Helen Skelton wears a black jacket as she and Molly Rainford depart hotel for Strictly

Helen Skelton looks casual in a black rugby jersey and leggings as she and Molly Rainford lead the stars as they leave the hotel for the Strictly filming

Helen Skelton and Molly Rainford led the stars from their London hotel to Elstree Studios ahead of Saturday night’s Strictly Come Dancing.

Presenter Helen, 39, looked casual in a black rugby jersey which she paired with matching leggings and white trainers, while wearing a quilted jacket.

CBBC star Molly, 22, who couldn’t seem to contain her laughter, kept it low-key in a black hoodie, matching jacket and pink leggings.

Brilliant: Molly Rainford Is In The Picture

Rising: Helen Skelton (left) and Molly Rainford (right) led the stars leaving their London hotel for Elstree Studios ahead of Saturday night’s Strictly Come Dancing

Molly – who was carrying a panettone jar of chocolate – was joined by pro dancer Nancy Xu, while Ellie Taylor and Fleur East followed closely behind.

It comes after Molly narrowly avoided getting the boot on Strictly Come Dancing on Saturday night.

Tyler West became the eighth contestant to leave the show after facing Molly in the dreaded dance on Saturday.

Beauty: She Paired It With Matching Leggings And White Trainers

Cold?  Helen Was Also Seen Wearing A Quilted Jacket

Beauty: She paired it with matching leggings and white sneakers, while wearing a quilted jacket

In Her Element: Cbbc Star Molly, 22, Couldn'T Contain Her Laughter

In her element: CBBC star Molly, 22, couldn’t contain her laughter

Casual: She Kept It Low-Key In A Black Hoodie, Matching Jacket And Pink Leggings

Yum!  Molly Brought A Panettone Jar Of Chocolate With Her

Casual: She kept it low-key in a black hoodie, matching jacket and pink leggings

Friends: Molly Was Joined By Professional Dancer Nancy Xu, Who Followed Closely

Friends: Molly was joined by professional dancer Nancy Xu, who followed closely

Molly and Carlos Gu played their Jive to Bandstand by Barry Manilow.

They were followed by Tyler and Dianne Buswell who danced them to a mega mix by KC and the Sunshine Band in an attempt to impress the judges and stay in the competition.

After both couples danced a second time, the judges delivered their verdict.

Chic: Ellie Taylor Put Her Fashion Best Foot Forward In A Black And White Plaid Sweater

Chic: Ellie Taylor put her fashion best foot forward in a black and white plaid sweater

Chic: She Also Wore Must-Have Blue Sweatpants And Tortoiseshell Sunglasses

Stunning: She Always Looks Sensational

Chic: She also wore must-have blue sweatpants and tortoiseshell sunglasses

Beaming: Fleur East Gave A Dazzling Smile When She Emerged Later

Beaming: Fleur East gave a dazzling smile when she emerged later

Happy: The Star Wore A Brown Trench Coat And Trousers In A Darker Shade

Not Cold?  Despite The Wintry Weather, She Completed Her Look With A Pair Of Black And White Slippers

Happy: The star wore a brown trench coat and trousers in a darker shade

Two votes went to Molly and one to Tyler, with the casting vote going to Chief Judge Shirley Ballas.

She chose to save Molly and Carlos, saying, “Well, I agree with my fellow judges, this is probably one of the hardest dance-offs we’ve ever had to choose.”

“Both couples were excellent, both improved their performance, but I’m going for what I believe in, which is a quality of movement and precision in collaboration, and I’m going for Molly and Carlos.”

Merry!  She Winked And Waved To Onlookers As She Climbed Into The Back Of A Car

Merry! She winked and waved to onlookers as she climbed into the back of a car

Happy: The Former X Factor Contestant Continued To Sport Her Sparkling Grin

Happy: The former X Factor contestant continued to sport her sparkling grin

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