Strictly’s Adam Thomas warns wife Caroline to ‘stay away’ from Bobby Brazier

Adam Thomas hilariously warned his wife to 'stay away' from his co-star Bobby Brazier during Strictly Come Dancing's live show on Saturday, 21 October.

The Emmerdale actor and his dance partner, Luba Mushtuk, wowed the judges with their street dance routine to Backstreet Boys' hit Everybody.

In his interview after the performance, the 35-year-old joked that his wife was only coming to the studio to support him so she could catch a glimpse of handsome Bobby.

Host Claudia Winkleman said: "Your wife, Caroline, is in the audience. You've described her as your absolute rock. She was watching you going, 'There he is!''

Adam cheekily responded, "I know, I can't get rid of her!' He went on, 'Honestly! The only reason she's here is because of Bobby, really. I know what you're up to, baby!"

The soap star burst into laughter as he added, "Stay off him, he's mine, okay!"

But then opting to instead praise his wife for being his 'rock,' he said, "But nah, I'm really happy. She's my rock, and having her in the audience tonight, she just makes me feel ten feet tall, man. She really does. It's amazing, man, what a night."

Adam and Luba scored an impressive 32 points for their routine, which put them just above the middle of the leader board.

It was a particularly emotional night for Adam, who dedicated his dance to his beloved brothers, Ryan and Scott, who were there for him when their dad died.

Head judge Shirley Ballas was full of praise as she told the pair, "I thought your story was lovely with your family. It was cool, it had attitude."

Anton added, "It was your best dance of the series so far." Motsi Mabuse agreed, saying, "The best dance from you that we have seen so far."

Even Craig was pleased, adding, 'The energy and attitude were fantastic, you did your brothers proud."

In 2020, Adam tragically lost his dad, Dougie, when he died unexpectedly at the age of 72.

The star heartbreakingly opened up about how he tried to save his dad's life before losing him.

Speaking to his brothers, Ryan and Scott, about the moment on their Mancs On The Mic podcast, Adam said, "I remember just thinking, 'Wow, this is just not how I expected it to go.' I’m crying my eyes out, going, 'Come on, Dad.' I’m jumping up and down on my Dad, trying to save him…'"

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