The Greatest Dancer Oti screams ‘my dress is too small’ amid wardrobe blunder

The Greatest Dancer kicked off tonight for the launch of its second season and one of the captains has already faced an awkward wardrobe malfunction.

Dance Captain Oti Mabuse screamed that her dress was "too small" as she ran on stage to join her contestants, a group of six young lads called Los Ramberos.

After receiving remarks from her fellow judges and Dance Captains, Cheryl, Matthew Morrison and Todrick Hall, the 29-year-old sprinted to the stage in a pair of high heels to dance with her group.

But while running, the professional Strictly Come Dancing star screamed: "My dress is too small!"

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Donning a mini bright red dress, Oti flaunted her killer legs as she danced her heart away to the beat.

Featuring a plunging neckline, the daring piece looked as if it would rise up too far at any given moment.

However, fans were loving Oti's dress and rushed to Twitter to share their thoughts.

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One wrote: "Oti is showing them how it is done in heels and her dress is gorgeous."

A second said: "Oti looks so sexy. What a dress."

A third gushed: "Go on Oti, what a stunning dress. She really makes me laugh."

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Dancing in a short dress and heels, however, is no challenge for Oti who joined BBC's Strictly back in 2015 as a professional dancer.

Oti's recent stint on the show was nearly jeopardised as her celeb partner Jamie Lang was knocked out of the show before it even began because of an injury.

But she went on to blitz the competition after she was partnered last minute with Kelvin Fletcher.

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