Tom Fletcher and his dance partner Amy Dowden sadly had to miss the second live episode of Strictly this weekend after they both tested positive for COVID-19 last week.
That didn't stop Tom's five-year-old son Buddy from being a keen follower of the show, however, as his mum Giovanna Fletcher proved on Sunday.
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The mum-of-three shared a photo of the youngster sitting cross-legged in a small chair, with legs crossed at the knee, as he held a notebook in one hand and a pen in the other.
She captioned the adorable image: "Watch out @craigrevel @motsimabuse @shirleyballas @mrantondubeke - there’s a new judge in town - and he’s TOUGH!!! @bbcstrictly."
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Amy was quick to respond to the post, quipping: "Can he judge next week please?"
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Some of Tom's followers commented on how sweet the photo was, with their replies including: "It’s the crossed legs for me… adorable," and: "Too cute!"
Fans loved the adorable new photo
Many others, however, couldn't help pointing out how much the little boy looked like his dad – and we have to say, we agree with them.
One added three heart emojis as they wrote: "Goodness! He’s the spitting image of Tom there!!"
Others commented: "He looks so much like his Daddy," "Daddy's double," and: "Gosh your lovely boy is the spit of his Dad! X."
McFly star Tom shared his feelings about missing out on Strictly on Saturday, as he posted a series of Instagram Stories from his room in isolation.
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The singer revealed that he "desperately" wished he was able to take part in the show and expressed his frustration at missing the episode.
"Today is a tough day," he said, speaking to camera. "It's Strictly day, I'm going to watching tonight, cheering everyone on. Desperately, desperately wishing I was there dancing."
The 33-year-old added: "I know how hard everyone has been working and I'll be screaming and cheering everyone on."
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