Who said three's a crowd Strictly Come Dancing judges don't seem to be missing Alesha
Judging from the look on their faces, they don't seem too bothered about finding a replacement for Alesha Dixon.
Len Goodman, Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli were in high spirits as they dined together at Italian restaurant San Carlo.
The trio relished a calorie boost – and photo opportunity – before the Manchester leg of the Strictly Come Dancing tour.
Gentleman that lunch! Strictly Come Dancing judges were seen enjoying a spot of food at San Carlo restaurant in Manchester
Yesterday, the usually stoney-faced Craig seemed enamoured by the city.
He tweeted: 'Our last night in Manchester I love this city!'
And this morning, he added: 'Robbie Savage awesome last night in Manchester. A brilliant audience tour this year soooo much fun. Lovin' it!!!'
Say cheese! Bruno Tonioli and Len Goodman are caught a little off-guard
But despite his praise for the football ace, it was actually Chelsee Healey who triumphed last night and on Tuesday evening.
The Waterloo Road actress, 23, and
partner Pasha Kovalev finally beat 2011 series winner Harry Judd to the
glitterball trophy at the MEN Arena.
Larking about: Bruno was busy pointing as Craig and Len giggled at him
Alesha, 33, bid farewell to her
fellow BBC One judges after Simon Cowell lured her onto the panel for
rival ITV show Britain's Got Talent.
former Mis-teeq singer has signed a 350,000 deal to join Cowell,
Amanda Holden and David Walliams on series six of the programme.
Who will be the new fourth Arlene Phillips is rumoured to be replacing Alesha Dixon on Strictly Come Dancing – after starring on the original line-up