BBC Strictly Come Dancing fans were left floored by an unexpected cameo this weekend.
Mary Berry appeared in a pre recorded video message to pay tribute to her fellow Great British Bake Off alumni John Whaite.
Whaite and Johannes Radebe topped the leaderboard this weekend, with 39 out of 40.
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They will return to the dancefloor on Saturday night for the quarter final.
“Now John, I knew that you were a star baker but gosh you’ve done brilliantly on Strictly!” Mary told John in a prerecorded video message.
“I’m very, very proud of you and good luck in the rest of the competition,” she additional.
“Oh Mary, love you!’ John told the former estimate on The Great British Bake Off, which he famously won.
This weekend, John and Johannes performed an Argentine tango in matching black fedoras, which they flung off halfway by the routine.
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“Crikey. When I was a kid, the closest we got to gay representation on TV was Todd Grimshaw giving Nick a peck on the lips in Corrie. Now, we’ve got Mary Berry congratulating John and Johannes on a tango so raunchy it blew the back off my telly. Progress, folks,” BBC presenter Jack Murley wrote.
The pair have been backed by Craig Revel Horwood to make the final alongside Rose Ayling Ellis and AJ Odudu.
AJ is partnered up with Kai Widdrington, while Rose is dancing with Giovanni Pernice.
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