STRICTLY Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas was seen holding back tears after Greg Wise’s “moving” dance for his late sister.
The star took to the floor alongside professional partner Karen Hauer for the Disco-inspired number that equally moved viewers at home.
Greg, 55, who is best known for his role in Sense and Sensibility, danced to “If You Could Read My Mind” by Ultra Naté, Amber and Jocelyn Enrique.
Before twisting and turning on the floor, he told cameras the dance was dedicated to his sister Clare, who died of cancer in 2016 aged 51.
“People who’ve left us have never left us, they come back, they visit us, we can dance with them, and they leave again. That’s what this was about,” he explained of the dance.
The judges were impresed with his moves as well as the touching tribute, as head judge Shirley fought back tears as she praised the “moving” number.
Fans chimed in on Twitter: “Greg Wise has me in tears before he’s even took to the dance floor, talking about caring for his sister.”
“Really moving tribute from Greg Wise for his sister Clare & a fabulous performance,” another gushed.
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