Michelle Visage avoids revealing 'Strictly' outfits as she's 'not comfortable' with stomach

Michelle Visage has said she's not comfortable with showing off her midriff. (BBC / Guy Levy)

Strictly Come Dancing contestant Michelle Visage, 51, has said she's not "comfortable" at the thought of wearing a midriff-baring outfit after having two C-sections.

The RuPaul's Drag Race UK judge, who is mother to two daughters, Lola and Lillie, is currently competing on the BBC dance contest with professional Giovanni Pernice.

So far on the competition, Visage hasn't opted for flesh-flashing ensembles, and she’s said that’s due to feeling uncomfortable with her stomach.

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"I’ve had two C sections so my stomach is never going to look like it did when I was 21 and I’m not really comfortable with that," she told The Mirror.

Michelle Visage is partnered with Giovanni Pernice on 'Strictly Come Dancing'. (BBC / Guy Levy)

However, Visage hasn't completely ruled out wearing a more revealing outfit.

"This is for me. I don’t care but I’m not comfortable with my stomach," she explained. "No one dictates what I do or don’t do so if I want to show some flesh, I will."

Visage got off to a strong start on Strictly, with her score for her second week Viennese Waltz putting her top of the headboard.

Michelle Visage attends the Paley Center for Media's 2019 PaleyFest LA "RuPaul's Drag Race" at Dolby Theatre on March 17, 2019 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Chelsea Guglielmino/WireImage)

In the latest instalment of the show, she and Pernice scored a 31 for their Salsa and were safely sent into next week.

But it wasn't good news for Dev Griffin and Dianne Buswell as they had to compete in the dance off against Emma Weymouth and Aljaz Skorjanec, with the latter couple winning the judges' votes.

Fans weren't happy about Griffin and Buswell's departure considering he'd been sitting toward the top end of the leaderboard for the time they were in the competition.