Angela Scanlon wants you to remember her as she prepares to perform a quick sequence on this week’s Strictly Come Dancing.
The 39-year-old presenter made her stage debut with pro partner Carlos Gu, performing a dramatic tango to Miley Cyrus’ Prisoner.
Due to a popular vote last weekend, all 15 celebrities, including Bobby Brazier and Zara McDermott, will dance again on Saturday.
And, while we don’t yet know what dance style Angela will be doing, she has hinted that it will be a ‘rapid’ one.
Sharing a photo dump of the last week, she penned: ‘Swipe for Week One Le Dump ❤️🔥 back in training this morning with a new dance. She’s a FAST one. Send me (and my pelvic floor) good vibes only.’
Of course fans showed their support with one writing: ‘The 7th pic 😂 best of luck with the first day of rehearsals for week two!! see you on itt tonight.’
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Another added:’ GOOD VIBES FROM ME TO YOOOOOUUUUU ANGELA……..Step ‘QUICKLY’ 😉 into week 2.’
After closing the competition with a dramatic paso doble, soap actor Nigel Harman and pro partner Katya Jones were at the top of the scoreboard on Saturday’s broadcast.
Judge Craig Revel Horwood called his performance “the dance of the night,” while head judge Shirley Ballas predicted he would be “the one to beat.”
Bobby, who portrays Freddie Slater in the BBC serial, admitted that he had never watched Strictly before, but that didn’t stop him from impressing the judges and spectators with his first dance.
His father, Jeff, 44, was overcome with emotion and pride as he applauded for his eldest kid, whom he shares with late Big Brother star Jade Goody.
The dance got Bobby and Dianne a very high score of 29.
The actor’s enthusiasm was described as ‘very adorable’ by head judge Shirley Ballas.
Shirley also claimed that she and colleague judge Anton Du Beke were ‘amazed’ by his footwork abilities.
Anton said he was ‘a bit astonished’ following the sequence, which he called his best dance of the night thus far.
Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday at 6.15pm on BBC One.