Rhys and Nancy of Strictly Come Dancing are’soulmates’ on the ballroom as they dazzle the judges with a waltz.

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Rhys and Nancy of Strictly Come Dancing are’soulmates’ on the ballroom as they dazzle the judges with a waltz.

Last night, the classic show STRICTLY COME DANCING returned on British television screens for its 19th season. It was the couples’ first chance to wow the judges, and many of them, notably Rhys Stephenson and Nancy Xu, did it admirably. What was the chemistry like between them? Nancy Xu has been a member of the Strictly pros team for many years, but she has never provided a dance partner. This year, however, the professional dancer was paired with CBBC host Rhys Stephenson.

Nancy and Rhys wowed judges Craig Revel-Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, Shirley Ballas, and Anton Du Beke last night by dancing the Viennese waltz to Boyz II Men’s “End of the Road.”

The judges were clearly impressed, with Motsi even referring to Rhys as “a talent.”

Anton agreed, praising the CBBC presenter’s “immaculate” footwork.

But how did Nancy and Rhys’ bodies communicate?

Judi James, a body language specialist, examined the couple’s dance routine and spoke exclusively to This website about the underlying connotations.

“This duo has some genuinely remarkable chemistry,” she observed, “which should lead to some interesting things in the coming weeks.”

“Rhys was a bundle of energy and confidence when he came last week, breaking out into his own dancing moves at the drop of a hat.”

Nancy and Rhys seemed close throughout yesterday night’s performance and the rehearsals leading up to it, according to the body language expert.

“With a display of what appeared like similar youthful joy, Nancy seemed like his soulmate,” she claimed.

The body language expert, on the other hand, indicated that the professional dancer is serious about her duty as Rhys’ teacher and is “tough” with him.

“It’s evident from this week that Nancy is a very, very strict teacher who is a bit of a fun-free zone,” Judi continued.

“As she had Rhys’ neck and shoulder tethered to correct his posture, the smile went from his face.

“Even when they were just conversing with Claudia after their performance, we could see Nancy pushing on his head and neck to keep him in proper posture.”

“I adore watching this woman put the’strict’ back into ‘Strictly’ by nodding as though ordering every word he spoke.”

Rhys is already a favorite to win the talent contest despite the fact that it has only been a week.

According to “Brinkwire Summary News,” Rhys is more likely to be the champion this year.

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