Eagle-eyed Strictly fans spot pro Nikita’s sweet gesture of support for finalist

Viewers watching the Strictly Come Dancing grand finale spotted a professional dancer who could be seen 'aggressively' banging a chair as the crowd applauded a pair of finalists when their finished their dance.

After runners up John Whaite and Johannes Radebe danced their Rumba, the audience in the studio erupted with loud squeals and screams of pure excitement.

Amidst the excitement, eagle-eyed fans spotted professional dancer Nikita in the background banging a chair 'aggressively' on the floor, as a form of applause for John and Johannes.

Clearly moved by the performance as he was banging the chair on the floor, Nikita could be seen bashing it up and down, while fans took to social media to discuss how 'relatable' it was.

One person took to Twitter to say: "Nikita has been pure chaos all season and i just really hope he’s back next year to see what else he comes up with #Strictly."

Another said: "Nikita is already a classic pro, the taking off the shirt, the banging of the chair, a MASTER OF CHAOS whomst we have no choice but to Stan."

Someone else penned: "Nikita aggressively banging a chair on the floor and Judi crying at the end of Johannes and Johns performance lmao SAME."

While a fourth said: "That was incredible. Nikita hitting the floor with his chair in applause is all of us."

And a fifth definitely agreed as they tweeted: "Nikita banging his chair in the background a legend an icon."

This comes as John and Johannes were placed second on Strictly Come Dancing 2021, after Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice lifted the glitter ball trophy when they were crowned the winners of this year's series.

The final was meant to see three couples compete for the trophy, but AJ Odudu was forced to withdraw from the BBC One dance competition when she sustained a painful foot injury during rehearsals that left her unable to dance.

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