Bobby Brazier’s younger brother, Freddie, made a rare public appearance to cheer on his brother on Strictly Come Dancing.
The EastEnders actor and model, 20, is one of the favourites to win the competition, and his stellar run on the BBC dance series continues this week with another strong performance.
Bobby and his professional partner Dianne Buswell, 34, performed a samba while costumed as Romeo and Juliet during Movies Week.
Freddie, 19, was spotted in the crowd grinning as he applauded for his elder brother throughout the dance.
However, as the judges began complimenting Bobby’s hip-thrusting talent, he may have gotten a little more than he bargained for by attending this week.
Shirley Ballas commended Bobby for ‘bringing some rhythm in that pelvis this evening’ while the judges were dealing out their judgements.
Anton Du Beke then stated that he was astounded.
‘You have some sort of double-jointed trick pelvis. It was remarkable- I loved it,’ he exclaimed.
Meanwhile Craig Revel-Horwood said Bobby had made what was ‘quite an unnatural dance for men look very natural’.
Motsi Mabuse added: ‘You were enjoying that so much- it wasn’t even about pleasing us!’
Once leaving the dancefloor, Dianne than joked that her partner’s hips ‘didn’t lie’.
The duo received an 8 from each judge when it came to earning their score.
Bobby and Freddie are the kids of the late Jade Goody and Jeff Brazier, who confessed last month that raising his boys alone after their mother died put a ‘lot of strain’ on him.
A few weeks earlier, when winning a National Television Awards rising star gong, Bobby thanked his father and said it had ‘very little to do with me and everything to do with my dad’.
‘Over the course of the last 20 years I’ve heard him say, “because I can”.
‘It was a mantra of his and him just saying that “because I can”. Because I can, why not?’ he added.
Strictly Come Dancing is streaming on BBC iPlayer.