The Personal singer and partner Janette Manrara performed a salsa to Dynamite, by BTS.
Shirley Ballas was clearly thrilled by their routine, telling host Tess Daly: ‘It was powerful, it was musical.
‘I’m lost for words, I couldn’t do it justice enough by saying.’
When it came to the scoring, she enthused: ‘It’s never too early for a 10,’ as she brandished the top score – leaving the pair screaming in delight.
However, while Shirley was clearly impressed, fans at home weren’t happy with the score – insisting the marks came too quickly in the show.
Flocking to Twitter, one screamed: ‘It’s never too earl-” IT IS TOO EARLY. #Strictly.’
‘Not at all 10 worthy….. I mean it was good but…. not that. #Strictly,’ a viewer fumed.
‘It is far too early for a ten, Shirley. #Strictly,’ another stated.
Others disagreed, adamant that HRVY’s perfect score from Shirley was definitely ‘deserved’.
‘Congratulations @HRVY @JManrara on getting the first 10 of the series,’ a Twitter user commented.
‘You were amazing and it was great to see you dancing to Dynamite by @BTS_twt #StrictlyIsDynamite.’
‘First 10 of the series @hrvy INCREDIBLE and well deserved #strictly,’ a fan agreed.
HRVY and Janette managed to get an incredible 27 – but it wasn’t enough to top the leaderboard.
Soon after the pair got the first 10, Clara Amfo and Aljaž Škorjanec got two 10s from Shirley and Anton du Beke – plonking them at the top with 29 marks.
Will that be enough to see them through to next week?
Strictly Come Dancing continues on Sunday, at 7.25pm, on BBC One.
Credit: Original article published here.