Two weeks ago, Dancing with the Stars 2019 returned to our screens and, so far, the show has been a feast for the eyes with nothing but glitz, glam, fake tan, and sequins. This Sunday though, the competition is well and truly on.

Every single one of our celebs will be under pressure to deliver a show-stopping performance with their professional dancers as one contestant will be eliminated from the dance floor.

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If you want to get all the behind the scenes goss, you need to tune into Bláthnaid Treacy's preview show, Can't Stop Dancing, where she promises to dish all the dirt.

"We are backstage, getting all the gossip and all the slips and falls and all the bits that you normally wouldn't see on the main show," Bláthnaid told RTÉ LifeStyle. 

"It's been so much fun and out celebrities this year are so easy going. I think they all have quite similar personalities. They all seem to get on - so far."

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Once again, the broadcaster has been paired up with top stylist Clementine MacNeice to prepare her wardrobe for the show, which she says is ever evolving.

"This year, the show is far more backstage so it's a little bit more casual. It's more my own style. It's a little bit more boho, more casual, more chilled so I'm actually really liking that.

"I'm not running around in tiny dresses and high heels, I've got my boots on and my leather pants on. Nice and cosy and comfortable. 

"This is our third year working together so she knows what I like and she knows what suits me so she goes out and does a huge big shop, brings everything in and we go through it all. It's so fun, we literally get to play dress up."

Bláthnaid Treacy
Bláthnaid Treacy

Last week, Bláthnaid wore a pink crushed velvet top (was €52,00, now €13,00) from Topshop, faux leather pants (€39.95) from iClothing and some black ankle boots (€110) from Topshop.

"I'm a divil for Topshop, I have to say. Clem picked up lots of stuff there and she's also getting lots of stuff online and lots of different boutiques. There are loads of places that I wouldn't normally shop that she goes to which is great because she introduces me to new labels."

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When it comes to her personal shopping habits, the presenter insists that she lives for Topshop and Folkster but, like so many brides-to-be, found her wedding dress on Pinterest.

"I have my dress, I got it! I got it quite quickly, I was searching keywords on Pinterest because I had an idea of what I wanted in my head and this dress just popped up.

"It was literally what I had in my head. It was an Australian brand so I got in touch with them because they don't stock anything anywhere near Ireland but they were so kind and they sent me a sample dress to try on and it just fit. It was the first dress I tried on. 

"They're making the new one and it's arriving this week. I feel like a princess, it's so much fun."

Watch Can't Stop Dancing every Friday on RTÉ One at 8:30pm.