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Strictly Come Dancing's Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzmin had fans in a meltdown on Saturday, after they performed a foxtrot routine to One Direction's Little Things.
Viewers at home couldn't get enough of the dancing duo as they glided gracefully across the dancefloor with their heart-warming routine.
But fans were not the only ones who were impressed with the couple's dance, as all four judges scored the pair a respectable 9.
Seeing the moving performance take place, viewers couldn't help but take to social media platform Twitter to share their thoughts.
One fan said: "Tilly has absolutely smashed it this week."
A second added: "Tilly and Nikita look so cute together. Very good dance. I think they might have melted the ice queen Craig's heart."
A third penned: "Tilly and Nikkita are so darn adorable. So sweet. I love them."
"Oh my god that foxtrot was GORGEOUS, I love love love Tilly and Nikita," a fourth tweeted.
Gordan Ramsay's daughter Tilly has been the centre of media attention this week after she spoke out about the comments made by LBC's radio host Steve Allen.
The outspoken presenter came under fire after he described Tilly as a "chubby little thing".
Speaking about the young star, Steve, 67, said to his listeners: "She can’t bloomin’ well dance.
"I’m bored with her already. She’s a chubby little thing, isn’t she? Have you noticed?"
But Tilly, 19, was having none of it and released a statement to which she expressed that she will not be tolerating comments on her body.
Taking to Instagram, the teen penned: "I try not to read and listen to comments and negativity however recently being called out on a national radio station by a 67-year-old man is a step too far.
"Steve please feel free voice your opinions however I draw the line at commenting on my appearance.
"It’s such a shame that someone is trying to make such a positive experience negative.
"This isn’t the first and definitely won’t be the last comment made about my appearance and I accept that and I’m learning to accept myself."
She continued: "But please remember that words can hurt and at the end of the day I am only 19 and I’m so grateful for all the amazing opportunities I have been able to take part in and I understand that being in the public eye obviously comes with its own repercussions and I’ve been aware of this from a young age.
"However, I won’t tolerate people that think it’s okay to publicly comment and scrutinise anyone’s weight and appearance. Be kind."
Since Steve's remarks were made, broadcasting regulator Ofcom have stepped in and will now be investigating the comments.
Talking to online publication Metro, a spokesperson for media watchdog said: "We are assessing the complaints against our broadcasting rules."
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