Strictly Come Dancing professional Dancer Anton du Beke has been a part of the BBC competition for just over a decade.
And while he made history in last week’s show when he was voted out in week one, rumours began to fly over whether he would return.
It was reported that Anton would be leaving the show after this year’s competition had finished – however these claims were quickly put to rest.
And it looked like he was eager to show off his solidarity with the competition last night, as he subtly appeared in one of the dance numbers.
Early into the show the professionals swarmed the stage in Hogwarts outfits from the Harry Potter film franchise.
Dancing to the soundtrack, the professionals pranced around as students of the magical school.
Anton then made his appearance as the headmaster of the school, and tried to control the pupils of the routine.
As the dance continued Anton assumed a number of roles, and finished the dance by awarding the Quidditch cup to AJ.
This was then followed by AJ being lifted up by the rest of the professional dancers.
And fans of the show loved Anton’s inclusion into the routine, as they ran to Twitter to express their happiness.
One joked: “Catching up with #Strictly and loving the Harry Potter routine – especially them casting Anton as the potions master #scd.” (sic)
While another pointed out: “Anton should have played Dumblebore… #Strictly.”
And other fans agreed, with one writing: “F***ING ANTON DUMBLEDORE! I love this. #strictly #scd.”
Other fans online began pouring out their heart when they realised Anton would not be dancing later on in the show.
One wrote: “Missing Anton! #Strictly,” accompanied with a number of sad emojis.
Later on judges Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli became enthralled in a brutal argument.
After criticising Ashley Roberts’ performance, Craig was cut off by Bruno’s opinions.
He yelled: “You know nothing about straight, darling, don’t talk about straight.”
And Craig quickly hit back saying: “Thank you Bruno for your wise words of wisdom.
“Go and fall off the chair again, darling – that’s where you belong – in the gutters!”
Strictly Come Dancing continues tonight at 7.35pm on BBC One.