Strictly viewers in tears as Caroline Flack is remembered in emotional dance
Strictly Come Dancing viewers were left in tears during the Christmas Day special, which took a look back at a countdown of 25 fan-voted performances.
Caroline Flack was remembered in the Top 10 for her showdance with pro-partner Pasha Kovalev.
The duo danced to Robbie Williams song Angels, with their flowing choreography and costumes proving for a highly emotional performance.
Viewers were in tears watching the dance again, after the Love Island host's tragic death earlier this year.
"Rewatching Caroline and Pasha's dance on Strictly has me and my mum in bits. It was so beautiful and the emotion is just so intensified now she's gone, I honestly can't believe it still," one said.
Another tweeted: "Flipping had a lump in my throat watching Caroline."
A third wrote: "Actually crying watching Caroline Flack back on Strictly countdown. What a talent and a person she was and she is very much missed."
"Caroline Flack, what a beautiful person she was," someone else wrote. "I loved her in Strictly. RIP Caroline."
A fifth added: "Not me crying my eyes out with them showing Caroline Flack dancing to Angels."
And someone else tweeted: "Caroline's showdance. Thinking of Caroline's family today."
On the festive special, judge Craig Revel-Horwood said: "It was the first time we'd seen contemporary dance in a beautiful and imaginative way."
He added: "This dance made the countdown because it's beautiful. It shows Caroline at her very best."
The popular television host was included for a second time in the Top 10, with her winning moment also showed.
Speaking of the late star, pro dancer Janette Manrara said: "Caroline was a part of the Strictly family then and still is a part of the Strictly Come Dancing family today. I miss her."
Caroline Flack died at the age of 40 on February 15, with an inquest in August declaring that she had taken her own life.
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