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Tess Daly had no time to faff about after finishing up her Strictly Come Dancing hosting duties last night. The blonde bombshell, 51, had to be all ears soon after wrapping up the BBC One dance show, as she rushed backstage to watch husband Vernon Kay on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! 2020.

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And Tess proved that after all these years, she's still Vernon's number one fan.

The telly presenter was seen tucking into some pizza as she watched her man get down and dirty with a Bushtucker Trial.

Looking as glamorous as ever, Tess was spied sporting an elegant silk dressing gown which had "Tess" written on the back.

She took to her Instagram Story to document her loyal fan-girling, writing: "From one show to another. @I'mACelebrity @VernonKay."

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Tess DalyTess Daly rushed backstage after her Strictly Come Dancing live show to watch husband Vernon Kay (Image: GETTY/INSTAGRAM)

Vernon Kay and Tess DalyVernon Kay and Tess Daly tied the knot in 2003 (Image: INSTAGRAM)

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What made this even more special is that Vernon gushed about his relationship with Tess live on air.

He left viewers in tears after recalling his uber-romantic surprise for her with a renewal in France.

Vernon said he had planned everything down to a T, and even got her four dress options to choose from for the special ceremony.

Vernon - who tied the knot with Tess back in 2003 - couldn't help but gush over how perfect the evening turned out to be.

Vernon KayVernon Kay is currently in Gwrych Castle for his I'm A

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