Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer Dianne Buswell and her dancing partner Bobby Brazier, 20, enjoyed a fun day out at the EastEnders studios, exploring the set and taking fun pictures for fans.
The flame-haired dancer, 34, who revealed their sweet nicknames for one another, showed fans on her Instagram how much fun they were having as they posed for photos outside the Queen Vic and inside Beale's Plaice fish shop.
She said: "The day that the Bobsta was paired with the Buzzer outside the Queen Vic and of course Beale's Plaice.
"Genuinely feel so lucky to be dancing with this lovely human and we're both very excited to show you our Charleston tomorrow night!!!" She then tagged in Bobby, Eastenders and Strictly.
Fans were over the moon to see the pair out and about again after their playful break from training this week.
One said: "Favourite partnership!! Can't wait to watch you both," and another Oh my fave duo to exist! Love, love, Love your partnership so much already! Cannot wait to watch you both smash your dance tomorrow night. 100% got my votes!" And a third even revealed a new nickname for the pair, saying: "Love you both. Go team Dobby – that's what I call you anyway," followed by laughing emojis.
Dianne's long term boyfriend Joe Sugg even got a mention with a local business offering the couple in for fish and chips. Dianne politely replied acknowledging that both her and Joe "do love our Friday fish and chips."
Dianne looked sensational in a 70s-inspired outfit complete with confident yellow flared trousers and Paisley print silk blouse, with Bobby keeping things cool in a t-shirt, denim jeans, messy curls and headphones.
Fans are now petitioning to see the Australian professional dancer in the BBC soap. One said: "Petition for @diannebusell to make a guest appearance on Eastenders!" to which the flame-haired star replied with two laughing emojis.
Fans are convinced that Bobby "is made for the Charleston" and that they're already the "winners" so the pair will be hoping for a top score tonight after reaching a sky high 29 points on week one with their Foxtrot to McFly's It's All About You.
Tonight for week two, the couple will tackle Charleston to Basement Jaxx's 2001 hit Do Your Thing in the hope of impressing judges – Anton Du Beke, Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse and head judge Shirley Ballas.
EastEnders favourite, Bobby, 20, who plays Freddie Slater in the soap, brought his dad Jeff Brazier to tears in the first week with his impressive dancing skills, slicked back curls and fancy footwork with the head judge Shirley calling the routine "absolutely exceptional."
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