Strictly Come Dancing star Max George surprised each female contestant taking part in the BBC dancing competition with a sweet gift after Saturday night's show.
The Wanted band member, 32, is one of the 12 contestants hoping to win the prestigious Glitterball trophy this year.
The group of famous faces took to the dance floor for the first time with their professional partners over the weekend as Strictly made a welcome return to our television screens.
Max and his partner Dianne Buswell danced the Tango to James Bay's Best Fake Smile and their performance went down a treat with viewers at home and judges alike, but it appears that the pop star wanted to impress his female competitors.
Speaking about Strictly on her BBC Radio 1 show on Monday, contestant Clara Amfo told listeners: "I'm going to take all your lovely messages for motivation to be less stompy this week", mimicking Strictly judge Craig Revel Horwood, she added: "darling."
She continued: "I can't lie I live for the Craig shade. I did say it on the show and it felt good and like I'm really doing it.
"So every week, fingers crossed, I'll be giving you some backstage gossip and info."
Going on to share some behind-the-scenes secrets, Clara added: "A really lovely thing happened this week.
"I want to big up lovely Max George. So Max, my fellow contestant and of The Wanted fame, was so sweet and got a bouquet of flowers for every single girl in the competition, which is think is lovely.
"We all got back to our dressing rooms and we had beautiful bouquets from Max, which I think gets 10s across the board."
Max and Dianne scored 17 out of a possible 30 for their first routine of the series and received rave reviews from the dancing experts.
Judge Craig told the duo: "I would have liked to see more of a V shape," before adding: "You're very watchable, I must say."
Head judge Shirley Ballas called it a: "Fierce tango! while Mosti Mabuse said: "While you're dancing I think you have it all. You have the potential."
Professional dancer Dianne, 31, has been the target of vile abuse from trolls, who have sent unfounded claims that she has cheated on her boyfriend of two years, Joe Sugg, with Max.
Bosses at the BBC have reportedly ramped up security after learning of the malicious tweets, which have been sent from a number of different accounts.
In one of the sinister messages, a fan of the show claimed to be at the apartment block where Dianne and Max are staying during the Covid-secure series.
The message has now been removed from the social media site which finished with: "This will be the end for Dianne."
A show source told The Sun: "This was truly chilling — because someone claimed to be waiting for Dianne at a certain address.
"That triggered a security alert and obviously had to be taken seriously.
"Producers have taken action, along with security teams, and reassured the cast that their safety is paramount."
Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday on BBC One at 7.25pm
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