Strictly Be a question of Dancing star 2018 Kate Silverton, 48, took to her Instagram alibi to film herself on gas and air while a medic looked on.
In view of her 40,000 bodyguards, she giggled telling the camera: “The last time I did this was in child beginning, which was really quite good.”
She then turned the camera to the medic, saying: “This is Daryl, say hi.”
A spokesman for Strictly Come Dancing told Express.co.uk that Kate was tendered gas and air to help her with her muscle spasms.
They said: “Kate was made gas and air to manage the pain and relax the affected muscles, the physio has confirmed she will be all right to dance in tomorrow’s show.”
This week, Kate and Alijaz liking perform the Argentine Tango to Assassin’s Tango John Powell.
Closing weekend, they got through on the public vote after impressing with their conception of the Rumba to Skin by Rag n’ Bone Man.
The dancing duo received mixed comments from the four critics.
Head judge Shirley Ballas told the pair: “How you look is spectacular.
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“The viscosity didn’t have enough music in it from downstairs to up. We’re week six, so I’m with a bun in the oven more on the finer details.”
Craig Revel Horwood added: “There stresses to be more resistance and tone in the body.
“You need to engage the whole density. You need to be able to marry all the body. But you do have fluidity in the hips.”
Darcey Bussell say discussed: “You looked the part what a beautiful ice queen.
“There were glimmers of the longing between you, but just glimmers. What’s missing is trying to use the full length of the arms.”
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Bruno Tonioli about: “She’s the ice queen of the frozen rumba. It has to be fluid and you have to extend everything to the unconditional.
“It is a very, very hard dance to do. You needed more fluid nobility of water.”
Strictly Come Dancing continues tomorrow at 7:05pm on BBC One.