#Strictly Karen Hauer's appearance leaves It Takes Two fans distracted

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Karen Hauer showed off her bold sartorial choices last night on Strictly Come Dancing’s sister show, It Takes Two, when she donned a chic ivory blouse for her interview with Rylan Clark Neal. She was on the BBC with Chris Ramsey to discuss their chances in the competition but it was her outfit that caught viewers’ attentions. 

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Karen, 37, wore her oversized silk blouse loose and paired it with some trousers of the same colour. 

She swept back her cropped hair and wore minimal jewellery with the -forward number. 

The professional dancer, who recently separated with fellow dancer Kevin Clifton, paired the look with a smokey eye and a red lip. 

However, viewers seemed a little bit confused by the outfit as many thought she was wearing her pyjamas. 

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One wrote on Twitter: “Anyone else wondering why Karen is wearing her pyjamas?”

Another added: “Karen's business casual sleepwear look.”

A third shared: “@StrictlyITT was Karen wearing her pyjamas…?”

A fourth continued: “Is Karen wearing pyjamas? #ItTakesTwo.”

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