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Dad Jeff is in tears after Bobby Brazier’s Strictly Come Dancing performance.

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When Bobby Brazier made his outstanding Strictly Come Dancing debut on Saturday night, he won the nation’s hearts.

When Bobby Brazier made his ballroom dance floor debut on Saturday night’s episode of Strictly Come Dancing, his father broke down in tears.

On Saturday night, Bobby and professional dancer Dianne Buswell performed the Foxtrot to McFly’s It’s All About You, earning “goosebumps” from the judges.

Jeff Brazier, the actor’s adoring father, was observed crying in the audience after the EastEnders star’s impressive performance.

Judge Craig Revel Horwood told Bobby, “I loved the storytelling and I really liked your frame.”

Motsi Mabuse, a fellow judge, said: “You gave us goosebumps,” and chief judge Shirley Ballas added: “It was just lovely… It was outstanding.

“I believe this was my favorite dance of the night,” Anton du Beke continued. The Foxtrot should move smoothly.

Bobby lauded his Australian spouse and said, “I am just at the service of Dianne and she has just moulded me.”

Bobby made a joke about Dianna being his children’s aunt as she gave him a bear hug.

The 20-year-old quipped that he was going to “miss the Foxtrot” as he received 29 points for his effort.

Bobby’s moves drew praise from fans on Twitter, with one tweeting: “Bobby is so pretty I literally just fainted… #strictly.”

“Bobby was amazing and such a nice young guy too,” wrote Wendy. “So emotional.”

“Bobby is a natural. I expect good things from him. It’s great to see Dianne this year partnering with someone with potential,” Matty commented.

Amy continued, “If Bobby and Dianne’s foxtrot didn’t put a smile on your face, nothing will!”

“The latest figures suggest Bobby Brazier is very much the one to beat,” claimed Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati.

However, Krishna Guru-Murthy has received a double-crushing blow, he continued.

In addition to being the clear underdog to win the race this year, only 1.4% of bettors have supported him thus far.

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