What shoes was Denise Van Outen wearing on Strictly?

What shoes was Denise Van Outen wearing on Strictly?

On Saturday night Strictly Come Dancing came from Wembley, the biggest night in the Strictly calendar, as the nine remaining couples danced live in front of a crowd of 6,000.

The theme of the show was Dancing Through The Decades and Denise and dance partner James Jordan, 33, went back to the twenties, dancing the Charleston to Walk Like An Egyptian, which earned them 39, almost a perfect score. Head judge Len Goodman called it “the dance of the series so far”, and a clearly ecstatic Denise said hearing that was “the best feeling in the world”.

In the pre-dance video showing how the couple trained for the big night Denise can be seen wearing a pair of Black Bloch Slipstream jazz shoes.

Bloch Slipstream jazz shoes

The Slipstream is a leather and mesh slip on upper with an elastic lacing system, for a secure fit, and a rubber split sole.

This shoe is superbly designed to maximise foot aeration with a mesh arch and specially shaped top line upper to remove stress from achilles tendon when pointing. The two stage molded heel gives comfort and cushioning but retains perfect foot to floor contact.

The Slipstream is an ideal dance shoe but is also very popular for Zumba.

Four colours are available: Black, Pink, Tan and Black/Silver.

Strictly this year has been the best for many years and each week we spot more items that are available from the pages of Dancemania’s web site – great fun!

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