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In honour of Movie Week on , Gladys Knight performed James Bond theme song Licence To Kill.

As she did so, the professional dancers performed around her but all eyes were on the legendary soul dinger.

The 74-year-old stunned those tuning into the BBC show with her youthful appearance.

Many of those watching her perform were quick to comment on how incredible she looked.

“Gladys Knight looks amazing! #Strictly #Bond,” one viewer wrote.

Another added: “Are we sure that wasn’t Gladys Knight’s daughter? #portraitintheattic @bbcstrictly #Strictly.”

A third continued: “Gladys Knight sounding wonderful on #strictly @bbcstrictly looking great too!”

“Gladys Knight must have a portrait in her attic, because she hasn’t aged a bit! #strictly #scd #strictly2018,” someone else wrote.

A fifth shared: “Gladys Knight has only improved with age. Such a stunning performance #strictly.”

While another continued: “Gladys Knight looking absolutely spectacular on #Strictly. Love her to pieces.”

Tonight’s results show saw Lee Ryan and his professional partner Nadiya Bychkova face Charles Venn and Karen Clifton in the dreaded dance-off.

The celebrities both took to the floor to perform their routines again for the judges.


The three judges chose to send him home while Shirley Ballas revealed she would have saved the former singer.

Speaking of his time on the show, Lee said: ““I’ve had a really lovely time, even though it’s been short it seems like I’ve been here a long time because it’s been so intense, it’s been amazing.

“I love these guys, I absolutely love every single one of them.

“There’s so much love in everyone it’s been a memory that I will treasure for the rest of my life, I really will.”

His dance partner Nadiya added: “Just stay the way you are because you’re such an amazing person and I love you so much.”

Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday on BBC One at 6.40pm.

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