Strictly Come Dancing star Bobby Brazier has admitted he only has eyes for his dance partner Dianne Buswell – despite being inundated with messages from admirers.
The EastEnders actor, 20, and professional dancer, 34, are coupled up in the latest series of the BBC dance contest and have quickly become firm fan favourites on the show.
Bobby wowed viewers and judges alike with his scintillating Samba on Saturday night, seeing him soar to the top of the leaderboard.
But it is his chemistry with Strictly pro Dianne that has somewhat eclipsed his foot-perfect moves on the dancefloor.
In recent weeks, the 20-year-old hasn’t held back on voicing his affection for Dianne – who is 14 years his senior and in a relationship with YouTube star Joe Sugg.
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Bobby need not worry, though, as Dianne recently revealed how he has been swamped with attention during his time on the dance competition. “Bobby has so many people sliding into his DMs now,” she told The Sun.
Interjecting, Bobby – the son of Jade Goody and Jeff Brazier – added: “I’ll pay attention to a few of them! But my eyes are focused on my Juliet, Dianne. She is unbelievable and performing every Saturday with her is so much fun.
“I appreciate all the compliments and people thinking I’m a star – I’m in a fortunate position. With social media, people seem to be enjoying the partnership and dances Dianne and I are doing.”
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His public admiration for Dianne comes after the pair appeared on ITV’s Lorraine on Tuesday – and they didn’t hold back in expressing their affection for one another.
Bobby explained to stand-in host Christine Lampard: “We spend so much time together [in rehearsals] all day every day together.”
Dianne then chimed in: “So, if we didn’t like each other, that would be an issue,” as Bobby joked: “There are times when I don’t like you, but then there are times that I love you.”
Christine then asked Bobby if Dianne “cracks the whip a bit too much” and Bobby said: “Yeah, I think I’m getting better at working harder. You’re rubbing off on me in certain ways and I’m rubbing off on you in certain ways and I think that’s why last week went so well.”
Dianne added: “We’re starting to understand each other a bit more, I even had to ask him for a break last week and he said, ‘No.'”
Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday on BBC One from 6:30pm.
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