Viewers watched as she fluffed up her Strictly Come Dancing routine in spectacular fashion during Saturday night’s show, falling on to partner Anton Du Beke.
And Ruth Langsford’s Loose Women co-stars didn’t let her off lightly when she appeared on Monday’s show, with Coleen Nolan even branding her ‘an old slapper’.
The 52-year-old singer was the first to mock Ruth, describing the embarrassing incident as ‘the moment of the weekend’.
Awkward! Ruth Langsford’s Loose Women co-stars didn’t let her off lightly when she appeared on Monday’s show, with Coleen Nolan even branding her ‘an old slapper’
She teased: ‘I know you want to ignore it, I know you want to forget it. But this was the moment of the weekend for me.
‘I know it was a genuine moment as well, you guys didn’t plan that.’
Jane Moore then joked: ‘It’s the Loose Women training to make something funny out of an embarrassing situation.’
Ouch! The 52-year-old singer was the first to mock Ruth, describing the embarrassing incident as ‘the moment of the weekend’
Hilarious: Ruth had the audience and her husband Eamonn Holmes in a fit of laughter as she finished her cheeky Paso Doble to The Shady Dame From Seville by Julie Andrews on the floor
Coleen then forced a red-faced Ruth to relive the moment when she asked producers to replay the footage.
‘Can we look at it again? In slow motion?’ she quipped, prompting fits of laughter from both the panel and the audience.
Quick to explain the blunder, Ruth hit back: ‘It’s because I was his cape and he covered me over his leg at the end so when we feel I just wanted to get up and cover him.’
Coleen then quipped: ‘You’re an old slapper who wanted to get on him in the end and show us what you’re really like.’
Steady on! Coleen also cosied up to dancer and new Dancing On Ice recruit Ashley Banjo during the show
Sprightly! The former singer was typically animated during the show
‘You were on top of the dance, on top of the dancer.’
The moment caused serious hilarity in the Strictly studio over the weekend, leaving the judges – and even Ruth’s husband Eamonn Holmes – in hysterics.
Ruth was dancing the Pase Doble to the sound of Julie Andrews’ The Shady Dame From Seville on Saturday night, but mayhem ensued following the end of the performance.
Making light of the situation: Eamonn joked the he and his wife had been hit by the ‘Strictly curse’
Slip-up: The two tripped over and took to the floor in a matter of second
Red faced: Ruth’s husband Eamonn Holmes couldn’t help but laugh
Losing control of their balance, Ruth ended on top of her dancing pro, flashing her bottom towards the camera.
Taking it in her stride however, she even straddled her ballroom pal as her red-faced husband Eamonn watched on, not knowing how to exactly react to her side-splitting moment.
The This Morning host later joked that he had suffered, ‘the Curse of #Strictly before my very Eyes !’
Dancing through life: Despite their stumble the pair still put on a good show