Strictly Come Dancing viewers ‘in tears’ as Charley Webb supports Kelvin Fletcher in the audience

Charley Webb took a well earned night off from mum duties on Saturday as she supported former co-star Kelvin Fletcher on Strictly Come Dancing.

The 31 year old was seen in the crowd during the latest episode of the hit BBC One dance competition, cheering on ex Emmerdale actor Kelvin, 35.

Kelvin and Charley played alongside each other on the ITV soap, with Charley's character Debbie Dingle dating Kelvin's character Andy Sugden.

Despite Kelvin leaving the show in 2016, the pair have remained pals off screen and Charley has proved her loyalty to her friend by making the trip to Elstree Studios to cheer him on from the edge of the dance floor.

The mum of three, who welcomed youngest son Ace in July, looked stunning as she watched Kelvin — who scored an almost perfect score of 38 — in a plunging black top.

Viewers of the Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman fronted show were overjoyed to see the actress in the audience, taking to Twitter to share their delight at spotting her.

One asked: "Was that actually Charley Webb in the audience at Strictly?," while another claimed they were "in tears" after noticing her in the crowd.

Charley previously opened up on Kelvin's dance moves, telling OK! magazine: "He's incredible. It was really emotional watching his first show. His samba was fantastic.

"I've always known he has rhythm and he can really move his body, but I didn't know he'd be quite that good at learning a routine and performing it on live TV.

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"This is the first series that I've properly followed, so it's the first time I'll be glued to Strictly from start to finish. My Saturday nights are officially over!"

Matthew Wolfenden's wife is putting pressure on her former co-star, stating that she "definitely" thinks he can win the entire contest.

She continued: "I really think he can win it. He's got a really good chance. I'm really proud of him.

"He's one of those people who everyone likes. He's genuine and lovely and that certainly came across on the opening show when he was so humble and couldn't believe the reaction he's had.

"He's still got room to improve too which is what people like to see. The slower dances will be more testing for Kelvin.

"He says he found the waltz tricky to learn and I can see why because it doesn't have the same personality to it as the samba does."

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Charley also defended Kelvin, who came under criticism for joining the show after having ballet lessons as a child.

She said: "He did that years ago. He's not a trained dancer and he never learnt a routine in his life before Strictly and yet he's still doing really well on the show.

"Even if you do something really amazing people always try and find the negatives."

However, she revealed she'd be leaving the dancing to Kelvin, saying she wouldn't sign up for the show.

She finished: "It's too much pressure for me especially as the standards get so high. Matthew's better at dancing so he might be more up for it."

Strictly Come Dancing: The Results airs on Sunday at 7:15pm on BBC One before continuing next Saturday at 6:40pm.

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