The presenter, 79, was all smiles as she returned to the seaside resort after hosting the original version of the show, Come Dancing, in the Eighties and Nineties.
She appeared to be feeling nostalgic about her turn on the iconic show as she recreated one of the looks by donning a hot pink jacket.
Angela wrapped up warm in the eye-catching trench coat as she was spotted out and about filming.
She teamed her bold jacket with a pair of patterned trousers and black boots while Kai rocked a long black coat and white trainers.
Angela and Kai, who have been embroiled in a fix row, seemed in high spirits as they posed for selfies.
They will compete in Strictly’s annual Blackpool episode which is live from the iconic Tower Ballroom on Saturday.
The first Come Dancing programme was aired in 1950 and presented by Peter Dimmock, with Leslie Mitchell as the master of ceremonies.
Angela joined as a presenter a few years later alongside the likes of Terry Wogan, Judith Chalmers, David Jacobs, and Rosemarie Ford.
Come Dancing ended in 1998. However the success of the film Strictly Ballroom rekindled interest in dance and so, in 2004, Strictly Come Dancing aired on BBC.
Angela made it through to the iconic Blackpool week after beating newsreader Krishnan and his partner Lauren Oakley in the dance off.
Yet fans have now accused Angela of being ‘arrogant’ and ‘insufferable’ as they took to X, formerly Twitter, to express their frustrations.
Angela will perform an American Smooth to Tea for Two by Ella Fitzgerald on Saturday night, yet fans have raised complaints that the star never seems to be given any fast dances.
Angela and Kai won the majority vote keeping them in the competition, but head judge Shirley Ballas said she would have decided to save Krishnan and Lauren.
Judge Craig Revel Horwood said: ‘Well Krishnan you really upped your game in that dance off, it was magnificent. Angela you nearly lost your supporting leg darling in the kick but you saved it, miraculously.
‘But the couple that I would like to save and go through to Blackpool is Angela and Kai.’
While Shirley said: ‘Well I picked the person that I felt was more grounded on their feet without any technical errors and I would have saved Krishnan & Lauren.’
But viewers at home fumed at the decision and accused the show of ‘favouritism’ towards Angela, arguing that her slip up should have sent her home, but that bosses wanted to ensure the TV presenter made it to Blackpool next week.
Watch Strictly Come Dancing on Saturday at 6:40pm, with the results show on Sunday at 7:20pm on BBC One.