Maisie Smith and Tilly Ramsay look shattered after nine hour rehearsal for Strictly tour

Maisie Smith and Tilly Ramsay looked in good spirits but worn out as they headed home after a gruelling nine hour rehearsal for the live Strictly Come Dancing tour.   

The EastEnders actress, 20, stood out from the crowd in an eye-catching orange boilersuit which she wore underneath a coordinating tangerine coat.

She smiled behind her orange mask, as she swept her signature red locks up in an elegant bun.

Casual: Tilly looked ready for a workout, sporting a grey Nike sweatshirt and black leggings

Time to go: Maisie Smith and Tilly Ramsay looked worn out as they headed home for the night after a gruelling nine hour rehearsal for the live Strictly Come Dancing tour

Meanwhile, Tilly looked ready for a workout, sporting a grey Nike sweatshirt and black leggings.

The 20-year-old daughter of Gordon Ramsay, added a gold chain to her casual outfit and carried a white puffer jacket over her arm.

Fellow former contestant Rhy Stephenson joined Maisie in her cab home, looking all tuckered out.

Bright: The EastEnders actress, 20, stood out from the crowd in an eye-catching orange boilersuit which she wore underneath a coordinating tangerine coat

Bright: The EastEnders actress, 20, stood out from the crowd in an eye-catching orange boilersuit which she wore underneath a coordinating tangerine coat

Matching: She smiled behind her orange mask, as she swept her signature red locks up in an elegant bun

Matching: She smiled behind her orange mask, as she swept her signature red locks up in an elegant bun

Exhausted: The 20-year-old daughter of Gordon Ramsay, added a gold chain to her casual outfit and carried a white puffer jacket over her arm

Exhausted: The 20-year-old daughter of Gordon Ramsay, added a gold chain to her casual outfit and carried a white puffer jacket over her arm

Homeward bound: Fellow former contestant Rhy Stephenson joined Maisie in her cab home, looking all tuckered out

Homeward bound: Fellow former contestant Rhy Stephenson joined Maisie in her cab home, looking all tuckered out

Max George stepped out of rehearsal looking handsome in a red checked jacket, teamed with dark jeans and trainers.

Sara Davies looked effortlessly stylish in a peacock blue hoodie, with black leggings and toting a bright blue leopard print bag.

She was joined by her dancing partner Aljaž Škorjanec, who beamed and threw a thumbs up as he exited the studio.

Dashing: Max George stepped out of rehearsal looking handsome in a red checked jacket, teamed with dark jeans and trainers

Dashing: Max George stepped out of rehearsal looking handsome in a red checked jacket, teamed with dark jeans and trainers

Eye-catching: Sara Davies looked effortlessly stylish in a peacock blue hoodie, with black leggings and toting a bright blue leopard print bag

Eye-catching: Sara Davies looked effortlessly stylish in a peacock blue hoodie, with black leggings and toting a bright blue leopard print bag

Happy: She was joined by her dancing partner Aljaž Škorjanec, who beamed and threw a thumbs up as he exited the studio

Happy: She was joined by her dancing partner Aljaž Škorjanec, who beamed and threw a thumbs up as he exited the studio

John Waithe also gave a thumbs up as he headed home, sporting a black coat over a grey jumper and black trousers.

His professional dancing partner Johannes Radebe oozed sophistication in a red and blue knitted jumper and blue jeans.

A tired Amy Dowden made her way down the stairs after the long day spent practicing.

Pleased: John Waithe also gave a thumbs up as he headed home, sporting a black coat over a grey jumper and black trousers

Trendy: His professional dancing partner Johannes Radebe oozed sophistication in a red and blue knitted jumper and blue jeans

Pleased: John Waithe also gave a thumbs up as he headed home, sporting a black coat over a grey jumper and black trousers while his professional dancing partner Johannes Radebe oozed sophistication in a red and blue knitted jumper and blue jeans

Worn out: A tired Amy Dowden made her way down the stairs after the long day spent practicing

Worn out: A tired Amy Dowden made her way down the stairs after the long day spent practicing

Following closely behind were fellow dancers Nancy Xu and Cameron Lombard, after finishing with rehearsal for the tour which kicks off on January 20.

Alongside them was Nadiya Bychkova, who turned heads in a blue and white checked coat over a jumper emblazoned with Mickey Mouse.

Finally, bringing up the rear was Strictly judge Craig Revel Horwood who is also choregraphing and directing the tour and promises audiences an evening of glamour and excitement.

Tired: Following closely behind was fellow dancer Cameron Lombard

Start: The tour kicks off on January 20 (pictured Nancy Xu)

Tired: Following closely behind were fellow dancers Nancy Xu and Cameron Lombard, after finishing with rehearsal for the tour which kicks off on January 20

Stylish: Alongside them was Nadiya Bychkova, who turned heads in a blue and white checked coat over a jumper emblazoned with Mickey Mouse

Stylish: Alongside them was Nadiya Bychkova, who turned heads in a blue and white checked coat over a jumper emblazoned with Mickey Mouse

The main man himself: Finally, bringing up the rear was Strictly judge Craig Revel Horwood who is also choregraphing and directing the tour and promises audiences an evening of glamour and excitement

The main man himself: Finally, bringing up the rear was Strictly judge Craig Revel Horwood who is also choregraphing and directing the tour and promises audiences an evening of glamour and excitement

It comes after Strictly Come Dancing Live has announced that a sign language interpreter will be present at every performance of the upcoming tour.

EastEnders star Rose Ayling-Ellis, who is deaf, was crowned the winner the 2021 series alongside Giovanni Pernice.

This year’s upcoming event has been proclaimed ‘the biggest ever BSL accessible arena tour’ in the UK.

Change: Strictly Come Dancing Live has announced that a sign language interpreter will be present at every performance of the upcoming tour

Change: Strictly Come Dancing Live has announced that a sign language interpreter will be present at every performance of the upcoming tour

A video was shared on the Strictly Come Dancing Live Instagram account on Monday where a sign language interpreter announced the news.

A statement alongside the video read: ‘We are delighted to announce that a registered BSL Interpreter will be provided for every venue and performance of the tour, making this the biggest ever BSL accessible arena tour in the UK.

‘The interpreter will be displayed on two very large screens either side of the stage area so attendees can book tickets and sit almost anywhere in the arena to enjoy the experience with family and friends.

Clip: A video was shared on the Strictly Come Dancing Live Instagram account on Monday where a sign language interpreter announced the news

Clip: A video was shared on the Strictly Come Dancing Live Instagram account on Monday where a sign language interpreter announced the news

‘For more information about how to book tickets please visit www.strictlycomedancinglive.com (via the link on our profile). To apply for PA assistance please contact your local venue. 

‘Please ensure you buy tickets from a reputable ticketing source and if you have any questions about the seats you are thinking of booking, please contact the venue’s box office / access department in the first instance. 

‘We look forward to seeing you there!’  

Statement: This year's upcoming event has been proclaimed 'the biggest ever BSL accessible arena tour' in the UK

Statement: This year’s upcoming event has been proclaimed ‘the biggest ever BSL accessible arena tour’ in the UK

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