Singer HRVY and his professional dance partner Janette Manrara wowed the Strictly Come Dancing judges on Saturday night, topping the leaderboard on the first live show with their Jive.

Their performance, the final routine of the night, saw them bringing the house down to Stevie Wonder feat. Ariana Grande's Faith.

A real show-stopper from HRVY and Janette Manrara

The routine received a score of 25 out of 30 from the judges. Head judge Shirley Ballas hailed it as "fierce, fast, furious". Motsi Mabuse said it was "the best first dance I have ever seen", and Craig Revel Horwood described it as "spectacular".

Another teenager, EastEnders star Maisie Smith, was one point behind HRVY on the leaderboard, having danced the Samba with partner Gorka Márquez to Gloria Estefan's Samba (Conga).

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Ballas described the performance as "absolutely fabulous"; Mabuse was delighted with its authenticity and Horwood said it was "amazing".

Gorka Márquez and Maisie Smith scored 24

Saturday also saw the show's first same-sex duo, Olympic gold medal boxer Nicola Adams and pro-dancer Katya Jones, making history with their Quickstep to Ella Fitzgerald's Get Happy. They scored 21 on the night.

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All 12 couples danced on Saturday on BBC One. With no public vote in the first live show, the judges' scores are carried over to next weekend, when the first dance-off and elimination will take place. Former UK Home Secretary Jacqui Smith and partner Anton Du Beke placed bottom on the leaderboard with a score of 13.

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