Strictly’s Maisie Smith looks downcast as she steps out after bottom two dance-off

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Maisie Smith has stepped out for the first time after she found herself in the bottom two on Strictly Come Dancing 's Sunday results show.

The EastEnders actress, 19, looked rather downcast as she arrived at rehearsals on Monday morning after her unexpected result.

The flame-haired beauty cut a relaxed figure as she donned a pair of skintight pink leggings, which did wonders to flatter her gym-honed physique.

Maisie wrapped up in a cropped puffer jacket and finished off the sporty ensemble with a pair of vintage-style trainers.

Keeping in line with coronavirus protocol, she made sure to don a face mask before entering the studio for rehearsals for her next epic dance.

Maisie embraced her natural beauty and went makeup-free for her latest appearance.

Maisie has stepped out for the first time since her shock result
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It comes after she was left ‘gutted’ by the public vote after she found herself in the bottom two alongside popstar Max George.

On Saturday night, the flame-haired star performed the Cha Cha to Girls Just Want To Have Fun by Cyndi Lauper alongside professional Gorka Márquez, but seemingly it didn’t go down too well with viewers.

Maisie, who had previously been tipped to win Strictly 2020, found herself having to battle to stay in the competition.

The Strictly star looked downcast as she arrived at the studios
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Maise cut a casual figure as she showed off her gym-honed pysique
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Each of the judges were then tasked with deciding their fate, with both Craig Revel Horwood and Anton Du Beke, who was standing in for Motsi Mabuse, choosing to save Maisie.

However, head judge Shirley Ballas said that she would have chosen to save Max and Dianne.

Maisie had been tipped to win Strictly before her bottom two battle
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The EastEnders star beat Max George in the bottom two
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Speaking after his elimination, Max said: "I've loved it. It's all down to Dianne, she's been literally amazing. For me to get through 90 seconds of a dance for four weeks now is a credit to her, she's just unbelievable.

"I've got to say, all these guys over here are the nicest group of people ever. I love you all!”

*Strictly Come Dancing returns next Saturday on BBC One

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