Abbey Clancy and the gift that keeps on giving – watch

LOVE Advent excels itself for a second day running.

There’s no end to the ladies emerging from the windows of the LOVE Advent calendar.

Yesterday Bella Hadid hit the internet in an utterly bizarre shoot which saw her dressed as Wonder Woman, a bunny and in nothing but her undies.

Today it’s the turn of Abbey Clancy.

Famous for being one of Britain’s top clotheshorses after winning Britain’s Next Top Model in 2006, and being a fully signed up WAG – she’s been married to Peter Crouch since 2011 – Clancy is set to hit our television screens again this Christmas when she performs in Strictly Come Dancing: Champion Of Champions, having won the show in 2013.

Why you’d want to watch two hours of people doing something that frankly isn’t that interesting when professionals do is a difficult concept to grasp.

You’d be better off getting your Christmas dose of Clancy as part of the LOVE Advent campaign, which she has been a regular feature in since its 2011 launch.

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Strictly shit Clancy won the rubbish dancing reality TV show in 2013. Image Photo Instagram

Last year saw Clancy awkwardly washing a classic Jaguar in a hilariously (not really) classic carwash wet t-shirt montage and 2013 saw ‘Abbey Clancy: In Calvin Klein’. 

This time round Clancy has, in short, taken her pants off. All under the creative direction of Sam Faulkner though. So there’s arty lights and stuff too.

Peter Crouch revealed to Loaded last year that he’d love to follow in Clancy’s footsteps by giving Strictly a go, and his infamous robot moves suggest he’d probably be a lot more entertaining to watch attempt a jive than Daniel O’Donnell or Anne Widdicombe.

At least if you do have to suffer Strictly Come Dancing’s Champion Of Champions this Christmas, you can sit safe in the fact that Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman are probably more competent at fronting a benign television show than Olly ‘Which Way Is The Autocue?’ Murs and Caroline ‘Cackle In The Corner’ Flack.

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Loaded reporter Robert McCallum has written for many leading culture magazines and websites about music, sport, science, politics, fashion and arts. Follow Robert at @therobmccallum

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