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Strictly Come Dancing star Maisie Smith has been tipped by followers to win the BBC sequence after she wowed the judges along with her scorching Samba on the primary reside present. 

The EastEnders actress, 19, who performs the a part of Tiffany Butcher, obtained a standing ovation from judges Motsi Mabuse, 39, and Shirley Ballas, 60, on Saturday night time. 

Maisie and her accomplice Gorka Marquez, 30, obtained a rating of 24 out of 30, with one fan questioning: ‘Which one is the skilled dancer?’

Wow: Strictly Come Dancing star Maisie Smith, 19, has been tipped by followers to win the BBC sequence after she wowed the judges along with her Samba on the primary reside present on Saturday

The actress seemed sensational in a vibrant pink halterneck ensemble with a diamante bodice and feather skirt which she described as ‘me as a costume’. 

She wore her auburn locks in a wavy ponytail paired with a pink-and-blue feather headpiece for the opening night time.  

Shirley gushed that Maisie was an ‘absolute firecracker’, as she added: ‘You pushed your self, you challenged on the tip, completely fabulous properly executed.’

Star: The actress seemed sensational in a vibrant pink halterneck ensemble with a diamante bodice and feather skirt which she described as ‘me as a costume’

Motsi stated the efficiency was ‘absolute lady energy’, as she went on: ‘You acquired us up, we had been dancing with you. 

‘From the beginning it was a bam, what I like all these shaking issues they felt genuine, you did not make it appear fairly you introduced it again to mom earth, shake it up.’

While Craig Revel Horwood, 55, added that she had issues to work on, however thought all in all it was ‘a-ma-zing.’

Strong begin: Shirley gushed that Maisie was an ‘absolute firecracker’, whereas Motsi stated the efficiency was ‘absolute lady energy’ and Craig stated they had been ‘a-ma-zing’

Speaking after the present, co-host Claudia WInkleman identified how Maisie takes a ‘notepad’ to rehearsals with the actress including how she is ‘actually making an attempt’.  

Fans on Twitter had been left amazed by Maisie’s first efficiency as they tipped her to win the 2020 sequence. 

One wrote: ‘Maisie you had been on fireplace tonight lady – already a winner.’ 

Another penned: ‘I do know it is early days however I reckon Maisie and Gorka might win this.’ 

A 3rd added: ‘Which one is the skilled dancer?’ 

It comes as Nicola Adams, 37, and Katya Jones, 31, left followers in tears as they made historical past as the primary ever same-sex couple to carry out on the present, as Youtube sensation HRVY, 21, and Janette Manrara, 36, got here high of the leaderboard.  

Elsewhere in the course of the episode, the professionals dazzled with a sensational opening routine with the judges seated on separate podiums to make sure the programme adhered to COVID-19 security tips. 

In awe: Fans on Twitter had been left amazed by Maisie’s first efficiency as they tipped her to win the 2020 sequence

Fourth choose Bruno Tonioli was unable to journey again to the UK from his dwelling in LA for the filming because of the Covid-19 disaster and his work commitments on Dancing With The Stars.

Already the BBC favorite has seen its highest scores in three years, after lastly making it to screens after months of uncertainly sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Last Saturday, viewing figures averaged at 8.6 million and it’s the present’s highest scores since 2017.

This 12 months’s {couples} have shaped their very own separate ‘bubbles’ to permit them to coach and carry out, and are being often examined to keep away from a virus outbreak throughout filming.

The present will proceed to have a reside viewers, although members of the general public can be seated of their separate households or ‘bubbles’ and can put on a masks all through filming.

‘I’m crying watching this!’ Strictly’s Nicola Adams and Katya Jones left followers in tears after making historical past with present’s FIRST EVER same-sex efficiency on Saturday night time 

Strictly Come Dancing: Week One Scores

HRVY and Janette Manrara – Jive to Faith by Stevie Wonder feat. Ariana Grande – 25

Maisie Smith and Gorka Marquez – Samba to Samba by Gloria Estefan  – 24

Nicola Adams and Katya Jones – Quickstep to Get Happy by Ella Fitzgerald – 21

Ranvir Singh and Giovanni Pernice -Paso Doble to End Of Time by Beyoncé – 21

Caroline Quentin and Johannes Radebe – American Smooth to 9 to five (Morning Train) by Sheena Easton – 21    

 JJ Chalmers and Amy Dowden – Waltz to What A Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong – 19

Clara Amfo and Aljaž Škorjanec – Cha Cha to Don’t Start Now by Dua Lipa – 18   

Max George and Dianne Buswell-Tango to Best Fake Smile by James Bay – 17

Jason Bell and Luba Mushtuk – American Smooth to My Girl by The Temptations – 16  

Bill Bailey and Oti Mabuse – Cha Cha to Pata Pata by Miriam Makeba  – 15  

Jamie Laing and Karen Hauer – Cha Cha to Think About Things by Daði Freyr – 14 

Jacqui Smith and Anton Du Beke -Foxtrot to Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life by Monty Python – 13 

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