Strictly Come Dancing Giovanni Bernice and Rose Aaling-Ellis have captured hearts with their stunning partnership on the BBC dance show.
The pair become huge favorites in the competition as Rose makes history BBC1 quiz The first deaf rider under the direction of Giovanni.
Giovanni was applauded when he revealed a stunning unseen moment from the Saturday night live show.
Their last performance saw Rose perform as a solo debut in their El Paso pairs with a stormy backdrop.
Judge Craig Revell-Horwood said he was a “skillful puppeteer”.
Giovanni revealed how it was done.
“We usually enjoy lip reading, but I was behind the camera doing the same movement you were supposed to,” he explained.
“I do the movement in front of it, so basically it’s telling the music through my movement.”
Host Janet The lighthouse rejoiced, saying: “What a good teacher.”
The praise came mired in Twitter.
vicki_layton tweeted: “What a great teacher.”
@rose_gio_ said, “Absolutely love them. Gio is so supportive and protective on Rose and Rose is so sweet and cheerful!
“They make such a beautiful pair and they are the highest light ever strictly!”
@Emily79622632 said, “These 2 are honestly amazing. Their bond is the sweetest thing.”
BethPitsone commented, “Now that’s a partnership, good luck Saturday night. Loved watching you two dance, you’re incredible.”
“It’s unbelievable,” said @benslexi.
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Giovanni previously told why the EastEnders actress from Manchester is the best dance partner.
Giovanni, 31, who has been on the show since 2015 and a professional dancer for 23 years, said Rose “works harder than anyone else” and sometimes even more than he does.
They previously brought fans to tears earlier in the series with a huge silent dance in support of the deaf community.
Giovanni said this morning: “100 percent. I’m a professional dancer, and I’ve been doing it for 23 years.
“Even 10 seconds of silence was really hard because in those 10 seconds you have to think about your steps and you have to think about keeping the rhythm and I was like ‘Now I understand what you’re going through.
“The ten seconds were strong, and it was very, very good.”