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Strictly's Bobby Brazier 'over the moon' after admitting he felt chemistry with dance partner

EastEnders actor and Strictly contestant Bobby Brazier has admitted he felt the chemistry between himself and his new dancing partner. He said the couple 'clicked right away' and he was 'over the moon' to be partnered with Dianne Buswell.

Brazier, 20, who won the National Television Awards rising star gong earlier this month, was revealed to be partnered with professional dancer Buswell, 34, in the launch episode on Strictly Come Dancing this Saturday (September 23).

Speaking to the PA news agency about the pairing, Brazier said: “I was over the moon because Dianne’s exactly who I wanted. We did a chemistry test day and I felt like we clicked straight away.”

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Buswell agreed and said: "I was super happy that I got Bobby. I feel like, as soon as Bobby was announced that he was going to be on the show, I had so many people message me, friends, family being like, I really want you to get Bobby and I was secretly hoping I’d get Bobby as well.”

The soap star said he feels 'really lucky' and 'excited' at the opportunity to be on Strictly Come Dancing and professed that he has yet to feel the pressure that a dance competition brings. "I kind of just take things in my stride,” he said.

"I don’t really feel much pressure at all right now. I expect maybe to, at some points, but if I just remember that I’m just playing on a dance floor then I think I’ll be fine," he added.

Brazier also said that he would need to make sure he will be eating enough, to which Buswell said: “You’re gonna eat enough. I promise. I will bring you cakes. I will