Pop star HRVY sparkled at the top of the Strictly Come Dancing leaderboard after dazzling the judges with "the dance of the decade".

The 21-year-old singer and his professional partner Janette Manrara sported matching gold glittery tuxedos for an American smooth to One (Singular Sensation) from the musical A Chorus Line, which featured a string of challenging lifts.

Judge Motsi Mabuse appeared overwhelmed at the end of the performance as part of musicals week and said: "I just have to calm myself down, this choreography challenged you and every single person must be challenged.

"We knew on week one what a fabulous talent you were, but what I celebrate is you do not sit on your talent. I think this was the dance of the season, the dance of the decade."

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Craig Revel Horwood told him: "It's like looking in the mirror darling, you can sing you can dance, you can act, you’re a triple threat darling, I think I might have to call myself CRH now."

Shirley Ballas added: "You were absolutely so professional, you are so on your way."

He received a score of 29, with 10s from Mabuse and Ballas.

EastEnders star Maisie Smith and her partner Gorka Marquez also impressed after they danced a jive to the theme tune for Little Shop of Horrors.

Revel Horwood told her she "absolutely smashed it", adding: "Your energy is absolutely insane, fantastic musicality, really complex changes of rhythm that you absolutely nailed."

She received a combined score of 28, including a 10 from Ballas.

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Good Morning Britain’s Ranvir Singh and Giovanni Pernice also dazzled as they performed a Viennese waltz to She Used to be Mine from Waitress, to a standing ovation from Mabuse, who told her: "I’m emotional about your dancing, I feel you’ve come into you, that was such a magic moment."

Revel Horwood added: "You told the story so naturally it was totally real and totally believable, the frame was fantastic throughout, you have come such a long, long way you should be so proud."

Ballas continued: "It was like poetry in motion, I feel like you have found yourself."

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TV presenter JJ Chalmers languished at the bottom of the leaderboard after his charleston to music from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

Revel Horwood said: "It was too stop and start for my liking, the characterisation I thought was very good but you could go a little bit more over the top."

He received a combined score of 20 from the three judges.

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The episode also featured comedian Bill Bailey and Oti Mabuse performing an Argentine tango to Phantom of the Opera, while Jamie Laing and Karen Hauer performed a jive to Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.

Strictly Come Dancing continues on BBC One on Sunday at 7.30pm

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