BOBBY Brazier’s rarely seen brother Freddie was spotted in the audience as he supported the actor on Strictly Come Dancing on Saturday night.
The 20-year-old EastEnders actor impresses the judges every week with his incredible dancing skills.
This week Bobby and his pro partner Dianne Buswell danced a samba to Young Hearts Run Free from the film version of Romeo + Juliet.
They scored an impressive 32 points for their performance in Movie Week.
Freddie, 19, looked extremely proud in the audience and beamed as he clapped for his older brother.
The dance may not have been what he expected as the judges praised his brother for his intense hip movement.
Anton Du Beke said: “They have a kind of double-jointed trick pool. It was remarkable. I loved it.”
Shirley Ballas praised Bobby for “getting some rhythm into his pelvis tonight.”
Bobby and Freddie are the sons of the late Jade Goody, who rose to fame on Big Brother in 2002.
Unfortunately, she passed away in March 2009 at the age of 27 after being diagnosed with cervical cancer.
They were raised by their father Jeff, who separated from Jade after two years together when she was pregnant with Freddie.
The doting dad cried as he watched Bobby make his Strictly debut last week.