Strictly fans swoon and laugh at comments from contestants on hidden microphones

Strictly Come Dancing fans are swooning and laughing in equal measure thanks to audio that has been released from secret mics put on the contestants.

While they may make their routines look effortless, the celebrities and their professional dance partners often come out with some comical moment during the dance.

The main cameras don't pick this up over the music, but fortunately these tiny microphones mean we don't miss out on their chat.

Conversations range from motivational phrases and complete gibberish, to counting noises and declarations of love.

Fans love the addition of the microphones, and the ensuing audio that has then been shared on social media.

One of the most random exchanges comes from Nikita Kuzmin, Tilly's partner.

During week two, the adorable partnership featured a picnic in their routine.

Tilly said: "This one please!" to which Nikita replied: "Are you sure about it? Tasty cake isn't it? I put some strawberries.. chocolate… Nutella and cucumber!" as they started the dance.

Johannes Radebe was heard encouraging John Whaite, urging: "Enjoy it baby!"

Dan turned to Nadiya and said: "Hello! Hi! How are you?" as they were on a set that looked like BBC Breakfast.

Sara Davies was given some interesting instructions of: "Push vwoom, small small…. banana!"

Fans were swooning as her partner Aljaz was heard saying: "I love you, I absolutely love you."

It wasn't the only declaration of love though, as Kai Widdrington was heard telling AJ Odudu: "I love you so much," during their sizzling American Smooth inspired by The Bodyguard.

It comes after a source told The Sun that "sparks are flying between the pair" and that "romance is 100% on the cards."

Both Kai and AJ are believed to be single, so fans are hoping that something could be there.

Neil Jones and Nina Wadia were sadly kicked out of the competition, but Neil rivalled Nikita for his strange phrases.

Dancing the Samba, he made up names to remind her of the steps, including "grab the rope", "tabletop" and "grannies' knickers".

He also told her to "kick me," but sadly it wasn't enough to keep her in the show.

Fans loved Neil's phrases though.

"I thought 'fishing rod, fishing rod' was going to win. Until 'Grannies Knickers' appeared," joked one viewer.

Another added: "These are the best bits! Neil always has the funniest ones!"

One raved: "Neil, so funny, just brilliant"

BBC Breakfast's Dan also had a fun time singing along to the Blues Brothers tune he was dancing to.

A lot of the professionals seem to be fond of shouting "ta ka ka" to count the beats for their celebrity partner.

Katya Jones was also heard singing "Adam Peaty, Adam Peaty!" for her Olympian partner, to encourage him to keep going.

There are many whoops and cheers too, and McFly's Tom Fletcher also yells "Woooo!" as he carried out their Back To The Future themed routine.

Fans are excited to see what other clips are released as the show continues.

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