Strictly Come Dancing viewers were left swooning after pro dancer Giovanni Pernice debuted a new look including round black glasses paired with a white turtleneck.
The understated outfit last night (Friday) left fans aghast as they thought the star, 32, looked rather handsome in his new getup.
One wrote: "Giovanni in glasses AND a turtle neck. He knows what he’s doing… hot nerd fantasy," while another opined: "Giovanni… no more words," followed by a heart emoji.
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A third commentator wrote on Twitter, with many heart-eyed emojis: "Giovanni in specs. Be still my beating ovaries!" as a further fan said: "Giovanni looks so hot tonight haha."
One follower summed up their feelings by saying: "How does Giovanni get saucier and saucier every week."
Strictly Come Dancing pro Giovanni Pernice has remained close to his 2021 celebrity partner, the EastEnders actress Rose Ayling-Ellis, 28, since their appearance on the hit BBC show.
The show was affected by a major shake-up this week as all four judges were "replaced" in the lead-up to Musicals Week, leaving Shirley Ballas, Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse and Anton Du Beke's podiums to be taken over by four other stars.
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As well as the show airing on a Friday rather than a Saturday due to the ongoing World Cup, the quarter finals underwent a huge shake-up in the pro dance.
Before the judges were announced, professional dancers including Neil Jones took over the podiums, which had been left empty for the opening number.
Thankfully, the four main stars were back when the dance ended, introduced by Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly as they took their usual seats.
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