Strictly Come DancingBobby Brazier declared his love for dance partner Dianne Buswell as the pair, who are competing together in this year's series, appeared on Lorraine, hosted by Christine Lampard.
Bobby and Dianne have quickly become fan favourites, with the actor admitting he's getting used to life in the Strictly camp. He said: "We spend so much time together, all day every day together."
He joked: "There are times where I don't like you, there are times where I love you.
"I think I'm getting better at working harder. You're rubbing off on me in certain ways and I'm rubbing off on you in certain ways and I think that's why last week went so well."
Bobby also spoke about how meditation helps him prepare for the show as the EastEnders star shared: "I reckon it helps us with our dancing.
"I call breaks – she has a weird relationship with the word 'break', but I call it a necessary digestive period. Sitting and being with myself and thinking about the dancing, allowing it to seep into my bones, probably helps."
Dianne revealed Bobby's passion for meditation has prompted her to include it in her daily practice as she said: ""He looks so happy when he's doing it. He does it a fair bit in rehearsal. It's like he's smiling when he's meditating and it's lovely to see."
It comes after Bobby spoke about an emotional weekend he had with Dianne while performing on Strictly.
Speaking on It Takes Two with Janette Manrara, he addressed concerns he looked "deflated" after performing the Tango to Fashion by David Bowie.
He remarked: "I think it was less to do with the judges' comments."
"Because it was mostly really really good feedback," Janette offered as Bobby continued: "Strictly is a journey and I think I was just very tired. I was glad to have done the Tango and put it behind me."
Thankfully Bobby was more relieved to try his hand at the Viennese Waltz and the pair once again managed to avoid the dreaded dance-off.
Instead, it was Eddie Kadi and Karen Hauer who left the competition after Zara McDermott and Graziano Di Prima were saved by the four judges.
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