Maisie Smith and her professional dance partner Gorka Marquez sent pulses racing with a steamy Tango on Saturday night's Strictly Come Dancing.

The EastEnders star, 19, stunned during a saucy Tango routine with Gorka - leaving fans convinced the pair will sail through to the final.

Opting to showcase their moves to Miley Cyrus' Midnight Sky, the pair gave a dark and dangerous performance that was well suited to the Halloween vibe.

Naturally, the outstanding performance - which racked up a whopping 25 points - saw stunned fans flock to Twitter to compliment the pair on their routine.

One fan wrote: "Maisie is definitely one to watch to this year.. she's slaying every dance so far!"

Maisie and Gorka dialled up the heat during their performance

Another penned: "Come on @maisie_smith_ you are amazing @gorkamarquez1 you are a genius.  I have 2 favourites and you are one of them."

A third added: "Maisie is in the final for sure! #Strictly," while a fourth chimed in: "Maisie is SHARP on that dancefloor. Money on her for the final. It's inevitable #scd."

And although the pair knocked it out the park this week, it actually wasn't their first time impressing the judges.

Fans are convinced Maisie will sail through to the final

Last week, Maisie and Gorka were on top of the leaderboard until the very last moment, eventually slipping down to the second spot.

The pair danced along to the Samba to Samba (Conga) by Gloria Estefan.

And being tipped an an early favourite, it''s safe to say Maisie's dance didn't disappoint.

Maisie and Gorka showcased their moves during a steamy Tango routine

The pair racked up a total of 24 points, leaving judges and fans alike stunned at their skillful moves.

In the comments, Shirley called Maisie a "firecracker" and called the dance "absolutely fabulous", while Motsi praised how she and Shirley were dancing with her. Craig had constructive comments but called it "amazing".

Maisie was the top of the leaderboard at this point in the show...until later.

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