Dianne Buswell was supported by her boyfriend Joe Sugg as the pair attended the Strictly Come Dancing Blackpool afterparty together.
It comes after the Strictly pro, 34, shared that her dad was undergoing chemotherapy back in Australia, with Dianne writing that she wished she could be by his side throughout his treatment.
Saturday night's live Strictly saw Dianne and EastEnders actor Bobby Brazier take to the dancefloor, after which the dancers and their celeb partners enjoyed an afterparty in Blackpool.
For the special occasion, Dianne was joined by boyfriend Joe, 32, as they pair looked as loved-up as ever upon arrival.
The dancer donned a shearling coat and some dark trousers as she smiled at the waiting cameras. She completed her look with some white trainers and tied her hair back in a high ponytail.
Meanwhile, YouTuber Joe opted for a similarly casual look as he sported a grey jumper, black trousers, and green hat.
Ahead of the Strictly Blackpool special Dianne opened up about why the city is so special to her, as she explained: "The first time I danced there in the competition was with Joe Sugg and it was so special. We got our first ten and Joe’s nan was in the audience, it was the best.
"It’s so special because, as a little 6 year old girl living in Australia, I asked my mum if I could dance in Blackpool. My parents could not afford to take me so it was always just a dream, until I finally got to dance there with Strictly."
Joe and Dianne have been hit by split rumours recently, which only increased after she appeared rather emotional during an episode of Strictly.
She later shared that she had been having an emotional time after learning about her father's ill-health, which she opened up about earlier this month.
Taking part in a Q&A on her YouTube channel, the dancer revealed that she had been inundated with messages asking if she was okay.
To which she replied: "I thought I would be very upfront and honest with you all. Last week I got some news about my dad’s health and I won’t go into detail, but obviously that affected me.
"Being away from home and not being able to support and help your family in a time of need is quite a difficult thing so I did struggle a little bit last week in terms of that.
"There is a little road ahead for my dad but I believe 100% he is going to be fine and we are all going to get through it together."
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