Shirley Ballas dances the cha cha cha with a bag of roasted chicken

She’s Strictly Come Dancing’s head judge, so it’s little wonder that Shirley Ballas has dancing on the brain 24/7.

But the TV favourite has left fans in hysterics after posting a hilarious clip of herself dancing the cha cha cha with a bag of chicken in her dressing room ahead of Saturday’s show.

Shirley, 58, begins the clip with her back to the camera in her shower, and quickly turns around to show she is hiding something underneath her leopard print coat, all the while delivering some fancy footwork.



She then reveals that the special surprise underneath her coat is a plastic bag of pre-cooked chicken from a local supermarket, and quickly bursts into a poultry inspired dance followed by the cha cha cha.

Celebrating her BBC dressing room feast, prancing poultry princess Shirley then squawks at the camera: “Chicken!”

The dancing champion posted a caption alongside the clip, which read: “Welcome to Saturday in my dressing room. Funday @bbcstrictly could not resist a. Dance with me chicken lol enjoy the cha cha cha chicken dance.”

She added: “#chicken #party #dance #fun #familyfun #dressingroom @bbcstrictly #chachacha #music.”



Fans online loved the barmy clip, and posted comments heaping praise on wacky star Shirl.

One wrote: “Shirley you are just so fabulous and hilarious! Keep shining brightly.”

Another commented: “Oh my life Shirley! I will never forget that you do this before a show.”

A third added: “And why not? Who can resist a bit of roast chicken?”



One fan even revealed that they felt inspired by Shirley’s chicken dance, thanking the star for the hilarious clips she posts each week on Instagram.

They wrote: “I truly hope I can be half to woman you are…I bloody love these weekly videos…ps, loved your dress this week!”

We can’t wait to see what Shirley posts next!

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