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Strictly 2020 FINAL: Judge Motsi Mabuse is left in TEARS after her sister Oti wins with Bill Bailey

Motsi Mabuse was left in tears at the end of Saturday’s Strictly Come Dancing final after her sister Oti won the 2020 series with Bill Bailey.

The comedian, 55, became the oldest champion in the show’s history while the pro dancer, 30, became Strictly’s first-ever back-to-back champion.

Judge Motsi, 39, was left almost sobbing over the victory as she congratulated her double champion sister and Bill from the panel.

Emotional: Motsi Mabuse was left in tears at the end of Saturday’s Strictly Come Dancing final after her sister Oti won the 2020 series with Bill Bailey

The dancer was seen shouting: ‘What?’ after the news was announced before she burst into tears over the result.

Viewers were also left emotional over the scenes as they joked that Motsi crying during the finale was their ‘whole mood right now’.

One person said: ‘Motsi crying at the strictly final is my whole mood right now. Gosh I love her.’ 

Winners! The comedian, 55, became the oldest champion in the show's history while the pro dancer, 30, became Strictly's first-ever back-to-back champion

Winners! The comedian, 55, became the oldest champion in the show’s history while the pro dancer, 30, became Strictly’s first-ever back-to-back champion

Proud sister! Judge Motsi, 39, was left almost sobbing over the victory as she congratulated her double champion sister and Bill from the panel

Proud sister! Judge Motsi, 39, was left almost sobbing over the victory as she congratulated her double champion sister and Bill from the panel

A different fan put: ‘Oh my goodness that was such a lovely episode, and Motsi’s face, completely overcome with everything, made me cry too. #strictly.’ 

Another follower commented: ‘The way motsi cried when oti won strictly was honestly one of the purest moments i’ve ever witnessed, my heart.’ 

While a different account added: ‘Bless Motsi. Her proud-crying at seeing her sister win Strictly again made me well-up.’   

So sweet: The dancer was seen shouting: 'What?' after the news was announced

Emotional: She later burst into tears over the result

So sweet: The dancer was seen shouting: ‘What?’ after the news was announced before she burst into tears over the result

Bill and Oti were crowned the winners of Strictly Come Dancing 2020 on Saturday’s final.

The comedian, 55, became the oldest champion in the show’s history as he scooped the Glitterball trophy on Saturday, and paid tribute to his professional partner for ‘turning him into a dancer.’

The victory also made Oti Strictly’s first-ever back-to-back champion in the show’s history, and the dancer also praised her celebrity partner for being ‘a friend, father figure and brother.’

As they prepared to lift the Glitterball trophy, Bill said: ‘It feels surreal, it feels extraordinary, it feels wonderful, I never thought we’d get to the final but I had the most extraordinary teacher.

Fans: Viewers were also left emotional over the scenes as they joked that Motsi crying during the finale was their 'whole mood right now'

Fans: Viewers were also left emotional over the scenes as they joked that Motsi crying during the finale was their ‘whole mood right now’

‘The most extraordinary dancer, who believed in me right from the beginning and she found something in me and turned me into a dancer.’

Oti fought back tears as she said: ‘I think you are amazing, remarkable Bill Bailey, you just put your heart into everything, you’re in your world but I love your world and I always want to be a part of you.

‘Thank you for being a friend, thank you for being a father figure and a brother and for this!’ as she gestured to the sparkling trophy.

Amazing! As they prepared to lift the Glitterball trophy, Bill said: 'It feels surreal, it feels extraordinary, it feels wonderful, I never thought we'd get to the final but I had the most extraordinary teacher.'

Amazing! As they prepared to lift the Glitterball trophy, Bill said: ‘It feels surreal, it feels extraordinary, it feels wonderful, I never thought we’d get to the final but I had the most extraordinary teacher.’ 

Earlier in the show Bill and Oti delivered a fierce Showdance complete with pyrotechnics, lifts, and plenty of drama, to Queen’s The Show Must Go On with even Craig gushing it ‘reeked of desperation and I loved it.’

The duo received their first ever 30 for the performance, and the first perfect score of the evening, with Bill fighting back tears as he vowed the dance was a symbol of the nation carrying on during such unprecedented times.

It came after Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement earlier on Saturday, where he cancelled Christmas for more than 18m people and put a third of England, including London, into a brutal new ‘Tier 4’ from midnight  

Also competing in the final were HRVY and Janette, Maisie and Gorka and Jamie and Karen. 

STRICTLY 2020 FINAL: THE SCORES

JUDGES PICK

Maisie Smith and Gorka Marquez – Samba to Samba (Conga) by Gloria Estefan – 29 out of 30

HRVY and Janette Manrara – Jive to Faith by Stevie Wonder feat. Ariana Grande – 29 out of 30

Bill Bailey and Oti Mabuse – Quickstep to Talk To The Animals by Bobby Darin – 29 out of 30

Jamie Laing and Karen Hauer – Charleston to Zero To Hero from Hercules – 26 out of 30

SHOWDANCE

HRVY and Janette –  Boogie Wonderland by Brittany Murphy – 29 out of 30

Bill and Oti – The Show Must Go On by Queen – 30 out of 30

Jamie and Karen – I’m Still Standing by Taron Egerton – 29 out of 30

Maisie and Gorka – We Need A Little Christmas by Idina Menzel – 30 out 30

FAVOURITE DANCE

Jamie and Karen – Couple’s Choice to Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) by C+C Music Factory – 29 out of 30

Maisie and Gorka – Quickstep to When You’re Smiling by Andy Williams – 29 out of 30

HRVY and Janette – American Smooth to One (Singular Sensation) from A Chorus Line – 30 out of 30

Bill and Oti – Couple’s Choice to Rapper’s Delight from The Sugarhill Gang – 29 out of 30


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