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Strictly’s HRVY and Janette Manrara lark around in rehearsals

They made history on Saturday’s show with their perfect score and subsequently topped the leaderboard. 

And HRVY and Janette Manrara celebrated their success as they larked around in Strictly Come Dancing rehearsals on Tuesday.

The singer, 21, and professional dancer, 37, couldn’t contain their glee as they thanked fans for their support and burst into a fit of giggles.

Success! HRVY and Janette Manrara celebrated their success as they larked around in Strictly Come Dancing rehearsals on Tuesday 

Starting a video message shared to Instagram Stories, Janette said: ‘Hi team…’ to which HRVY, real name Harvey Leigh Cantwell, interrupted with: ‘You hold it [the camera] really high, don’t you!’

To which the pro quipped: ‘Yeah, because it looks better!’, HRVY then jokingly snatched Janette’s phone and recorded a message with his head held down.

He said: ‘Hi team, how are you, thank you so much for voting for us’ with a giggling Janette protesting and snatching her phone back: ‘Where would you hold it?!’

With HRVY readjusting the camera to a lower level, he replied: ‘Not up there! Maybe here…?’

Giggles: The singer, 21, and professional dancer, 37, couldn't contain their glee as they thanked fans for their support and burst into a fit of giggles

Giggles: The singer, 21, and professional dancer, 37, couldn’t contain their glee as they thanked fans for their support and burst into a fit of giggles

Funny: Starting a video message shared to Instagram Stories, Janette said: 'Hi team...' to which HRVY, real name Harvey Leigh Cantwell, interrupted with: 'You hold it [the camera] really high, don't you!'

Jokes: To which the pro quipped: 'Yeah, because it looks better!', HRVY then jokingly snatched Janette's phone and recorded a message with his head held down

Funny: Starting a video message shared to Instagram Stories, Janette said: ‘Hi team…’ to which HRVY, real name Harvey Leigh Cantwell, interrupted with: ‘You hold it [the camera] really high, don’t you!’

Larking around: He said: 'Hi team, how are you, thank you so much for voting for us' with a giggling Janette protesting and snatching her phone back: 'Where would you hold it?!'

Larking around: He said: ‘Hi team, how are you, thank you so much for voting for us’ with a giggling Janette protesting and snatching her phone back: ‘Where would you hold it?!’

After finding a suitable level, the dancing duo gushed: ‘Thank you so much guys, we love you!’

Janette then filmed HRVY practising his routine as she revealed that she calls him ‘Bambi’, she sarcastically added: ‘This week is going great so far!’

On Saturday, the duo got a perfect score of 30 for their ‘unbelievable’ Couple’s Choice routine. 

Finding the right angle: With HRVY readjusting the camera to a lower level, he replied: 'Not up there! Maybe here...?'

Hysterics: Janette was in hysterics during the footage

Finding the right angle: With HRVY readjusting the camera to a lower level, he replied: ‘Not up there! Maybe here…?’

That's the one! After finding a suitable level, the dancing duo gushed: 'Thank you so much guys, we love you!'

That’s the one! After finding a suitable level, the dancing duo gushed: ‘Thank you so much guys, we love you!’

'Bambi!': Janette then filmed HRVY practising his routine as she revealed that she calls him 'Bambi'

Ha! She sarcastically added: 'This week is going great so far!'

‘Bambi!’: Janette then filmed HRVY practising his routine as she revealed that she calls him ‘Bambi’ 

Perfect score: On Saturday, the duo got a perfect score of 30 for their 'unbelievable' Couple's Choice routine making history as the first duo to get full marks on week six

Perfect score: On Saturday, the duo got a perfect score of 30 for their ‘unbelievable’ Couple’s Choice routine making history as the first duo to get full marks on week six 

The result made history as it is the first time a contestant has got full marks for a routine on week six of the competition.

It comes after the remaining six celebrities’ songs and dances were revealed for this Saturday’s highly-anticipated Musical Week.  

Set for high drama, Bill Bailey and his partner Oti Mabuse will perform the Argentine Tango to the Phantom Of The Opera while Maisie Smith and her dance partner Gorza Marquez will storm the stage to Little Shop Of Horrors.

Last Sunday, fans said goodbye to DJ Clara Amfo, 36, and her pro partner Aljaz Skorjanec, 30, after they lost out in the dance-off to Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing, 32, and pro Karen Hauer, 38, in a tense episode. 

Woo! It comes after the remaining six celebrities' songs and dances were revealed for this Saturday's highly-anticipated Musical Week

Woo! It comes after the remaining six celebrities’ songs and dances were revealed for this Saturday’s highly-anticipated Musical Week

In this week’s episode, Maisie and Gorka are set to perform the Jive to the tune of the Little Shop Of Horrors from Little Shop Of Horrors, a 1986 Musical/Horror film about a bookish florist who purchases a blood thirsty plant.

After many successful weeks,  Ranvir Singh and Giovanni Pernice will dance the Viennese Waltz to She Used To Be Mine from the West End and Broadway hit Waitress, which is based on the 2007 movie of the same name. 

Bill and Oti meanwhile will dance the Argentine Tango to the Phantom Of The Opera, from the 1986 musical with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber of the same name. 

Amazing! Maisie Smith and her dance partner Gorza Marquez will storm the stage to Little Shop Of Horrors

Spooky! Their dance is inspired by the 1986 Musical/Horror film about a bookish florist who purchases a blood thirsty plant

Amazing! Maisie Smith and her dance partner Gorza Marquez will storm the stage to Little Shop Of Horrors

Wow! Bill Bailey and his partner Oti Mabuse will perform the Argentine Tango to the Phantom Of The Opera

Emmy Rossum and Gerard Butler pictured in the 2004 Phantom Of The Opera movie

Wow! Bill Bailey and his partner Oti Mabuse will perform the Argentine Tango to the Phantom Of The Opera

YouTuber HRVY and Janette Manrara will storm the dancefloor to the American Smooth as they dance to One (Singular Sensation) from A Chorus Line. 

The 1975 musical features music by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by Edward Kleban, and a book by James Kirkwood Jr. and Nicholas Dante and is set on the bare stage of a Broadway theater, the musical is centered on 17 Broadway dancers. 

Jamie and Karen are set to pull off the Jive to the song Everybody’s Talking About Jamie from the 2017 musical of the same name.

Jazz hands! After many successful weeks, Ranvir Singh and Giovanni Pernice will dance the Viennese Waltz to She Used To Be Mine from the West End and Broadway hit Waitress, which is based on the 2007 movie of the same name

Katherine McPhee, pictured in Waitrose in the West End in February last year

Jazz hands! After many successful weeks, Ranvir Singh and Giovanni Pernice will dance the Viennese Waltz to She Used To Be Mine from the West End and Broadway hit Waitress, which is based on the 2007 movie of the same name

Storming the stage: Former soldier JJ Chalmers and Amy Dowsing will dazzle the floor to the Charleston to the tune of 1968 musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang's title song

Dazzling: The famous story is about inventor Caractacus Potts transforming an old Grand Prix car into a magical flying vehicle that teleports him and his family to a kingdom ruled by the evil Baron Bomburst

Storming the stage: Former soldier JJ Chalmers and Amy Dowsing will dazzle the floor to the Charleston to the tune of 1968 musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’s title song

The musical features music by Dan Gillespie Sells and book and lyrics by Tom MacRae and is inspired by the 2011 television documentary Jamie: Drag Queen at 16 directed by Jenny Popplewell. 

Former soldier JJ Chalmers and Amy Dowsing will dazzle the floor to the Charleston to the tune of 1968 musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’s title song. 

The famous story is about inventor Caractacus Potts transforming an old Grand Prix car into a magical flying vehicle that teleports him and his family to a kingdom ruled by the evil Baron Bomburst. 

Strictly Come Dancing continues this Saturday at 7.25pm and Sunday at 7.30pm on BBC One. 

All singing and dancing: Jamie and Karen are set to pull off the Jive to the song Everybody’s Talking About Jamie from the 2017 musical of the same name

Performers: The musical features music by Dan Gillespie Sells and book and lyrics by Tom MacRae and is inspired by the 2011 television documentary Jamie: Drag Queen at 16 directed by Jenny Popplewell

All singing and dancing: Jamie and Karen are set to pull off the Jive to the song Everybody’s Talking About Jamie from the 2017 musical of the same name

Wow! YouTuber HRVY and Janette Manrara will storm the dancefloor to the American Smooth as they dance to One (Singular Sensation) from A Chorus Line

The 1975 musical features music by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by Edward Kleban, and a book by James Kirkwood Jr. and Nicholas Dante and is set on the bare stage of a Broadway theater, the musical is centered on 17 Broadway dancers.

Wow! YouTuber HRVY and Janette Manrara will storm the dancefloor to the American Smooth as they dance to One (Singular Sensation) from A Chorus Line


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