The Good Morning Britain presenter, 43, seemed glum as she was spied leaving dance rehearsals in London.
The telly star has resorted to wearing slippers after the gruelling Strictly regime left her feet in intense pain.
Despite that, Ranvir persevered as she underwent yet another tough rehearsal ahead of her next dance this weekend with pro partner Giovanni Pernice.
Opting for a casual fit consisting of leopard-printed leggings, fluffy slippers and a grey hoodie, Ranvir displayed a serious exterior as she carried two big bags filled with dance kit.
Ensuring that she's putting her safety first, the telly presenter donned a blue face mask as she was seen getting into her car before heading home.
Ranvir opened up about just how tough the dance rehearsals are on this week's GMB, as she was forced to read news headlines in the same pair of slippers.
Weather presenter Laura Tobin greeted Ranvir and told her what a great job she had done at the weekend.
She also cheekily pointed out Ranvir's show situation so the host came clean and showed viewers.
"Ranvir, can we talk about it yet? You were so amazing at the weekend, your hair, your make up!" exclaimed Laura.
Ranvir gushed: "Thank you, to be fair the Strictly magic, some of it is the dancing but a lot of it is the hair, the make up and the outfit right? It looked like I was from a poster from the films."
Laura giggled: "And can we just point out your feet hurt a lot, so today you're wearing..."
Ranvir said guiltily: "I am wearing my slippers, I'm so sorry."
"Ranvir was reading the news headlines to you earlier this morning in her slippers," added Laura.
Ranvir explained: "The Cha Cha Cha, the balls of my feet are so sore, but nobody needs to know this, I'm sure it will all be lovely on Saturday."
Ranvir confirmed she and Giovanni would be dancing to a Carlos Santana song.
Later on in the show, host Piers Morgan explained: "She came into the pre show briefing and she was complaining about her bunions, or something.
"But no pain no gain, Ranvir, you're on an unstoppable train to victory!"
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