Strictly Come Dancing's Bobby Brazier had a cheeky two-word response to a fan who criticised his 'near kiss' with Dianne Buswell during their latest routine.
The pair, who are favourites on the show, performed the Argentine Tango on Saturday's show, ending in a near-kiss that sent viewers into a frenzy.
However, one viewer wasn't too pleased with the intimate performance and took to Instagram to express their discomfort, saying: "Love Dianne she's an amazing dancer and teacher and like Bobby but it felt uncomfortable to watch for me and the end kiss was far too intense. The dance was impeccable just didn't like how intimate it looked."
Bobby responded to the comment simply by writing: "Job done."
The young actor, 20, had fans buzzing when he almost kissed his Aussie partner, 34, after their performance but a body language expert says it shouldn't be seen as authentic.
After admitting he 'loved' Dianne, despite the dancer being in a relationship with Joe Sugg, fans have been speculating for weeks over a possible romance between the pair.
However, body language expert Judi James told Mirror Online: "The angle of his head for the 'near-kiss' looked for all the world as though he'd finally decided to make a public announcement of his feelings right there in the middle of the dance floor.
"What happens out there on the dance floor is always fake in terms of the body language."
Pointing out celebrities are "too busy remembering steps and timing or trying to catch their breath to be declaring undying love to the world as well," she said: "All pro dancers are trained to excel at the look of passion and it can often mislead the audience into believing they've seen something authentic and spontaneous, so although this particular near-kiss did get our jaws dropping it shouldn't be seen as a sign of anything authentic. It's when the couples are off the floor that their body language becomes easier to translate."
Strictly fans were furious with the judges comments about Bobby and Dianne's routine as they reminded them there was a 15 year age gap.
Anton Du Beke said the routine was "rehearsed" and "clean as a whistle" while Craig Revel Horwood said it was "too aggressive" and "there wasn't enough air or breathing in it".
Shirley Ballas added: "I thought you had attitude and great striking action when it came to the feet. It was much better than last week and you're good under pressure."
Taking to social media to comment, one fan complained: "There is a 15 year age difference between Bobby and Dianne, can ANTON relax?? #strictly."
"How can it both be too clean and too aggressive?!? I think the choreo wasn't good for Bobbers. #Strictly #SCD," another said.
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