Strictly Come Dancing fans say they spotted an awkward moment between EastEnders star Bobby Brazier and Dianne Buswell during the end credits of Saturday night's episode.
Fans of the show claim they spotted the clanger after Bobby was seemingly caught getting confused about when he would next perform.
As presenters Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman signed off from the show, encouraging the audience to tune in next Saturday, Bobby appeared to make a remark to his dance partner.
A viral clip of the moment shared on Twitter appears to show the 20-year-old asking Dianne, “Are we dancing tomorrow?”
A reassuring Diane is then seen shaking her head at Bobby as she fills him in on the correct timetable.
The moment was shared on Twitter with the caption: “Did Bobby ask if they're dancing tomorrow and Diane's like… b****, please. I love how he has no idea what's going on.”
Many of his fans were quick to find the moment amusing, with one person responding: “He is so cute and funny. Love him.”
While another added: “He is a lovely lad, so likeable.”
Bobby made his debut on the show, dancing the foxtrot with partner Dianne as they swept across the dance floor to "All About You" by McFly.
It was a great start for the actor, with the judges full of praise for the performance.
Craig Revel Horwood complimented Bobby for his “frame” and “storytelling.”
Fellow judge Motsi Mabuse also commented: "You gave us goosebumps.”
And head judge Shirley Ballas added: "It was absolutely beautiful; it was exceptional."
But the dance was particularly moving for Bobby’s dad, Jeff Brazier, 44, who was seen crying as he watched on from the audience.
As Bobby chatted to hosts Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly, they pointed out that his dad was in tears, to which Bobby said: “Not again!”
The star was referring to his doting dad also getting emotional after his son won an NTA for Best Rising Star on 6 September.
Bobby took home the award at the O2 for his part as Freddie Slater in EastEnders.
As Bobby went up to accept his NTA, he gave an emotional acceptance speech about Jeff supporting him over the years, moving him to tears.
Bobby said: “It has little to do with me and everything to do with my dad. For over the last 20 years, I’ve constantly heard him say, ‘Because I can’.”
Jeff raised Bobby and his brother Freddie, 19, as a single father after their mother, Jade Goody, lost her life at just 27 to cervical cancer in 2009.
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