Tonight we saw Matt Edmondson bounce around the stage as Nicki Minaj, Sara Pascoe struggling to see through her Sia wig, and Russell Grant glamming up as Diana Ross. But the act that most impressed everyone tuning into Let’s Sing and Dance for Comic Relief? Mel and Sue.
The Bake Off double act reunited to host the Red Nose Day celebrity dance contest and viewers couldn’t have been happier…
— Elizabeth Trueman (@ETrooms) March 4, 2017
Squealed with excitement to see Mel and sue reunited on #LetsSingAndDance
— Charlie Booth (@CharlieLBooth22) March 4, 2017
Yay!!!!!!!!!! Mel and Sue on my screens #LetsSingAndDance
— Em. (@emdale23) March 4, 2017
— Lucy Angela Preece ????????☃️???? (@LucyApreece) March 4, 2017
… especially when the two greeted each other with a massive hug.
I adore how much Mel and Sue love each other #LetsSingAndDance
— Philly Bean (@Pbeanthatsme) March 4, 2017
It wasn’t long before some were demanding Mel and Sue be given another Saturday night show.
— Emma Kennedy (@EmmaKennedy) March 4, 2017
And every other show on TV, actually…
Mel and Sue should just present everything #LetsSingAndDance
— Hannah Dean (@hannahdean_92) March 4, 2017
They even came out with some signature puns…
— Radio Times (@RadioTimes) March 4, 2017
— Sian Trickey (@TrickeyTimeLow) March 4, 2017
— deutschmikey ???????????????? (@deutschmikey) March 4, 2017
And luckily we’ve got another three shows of Let’s Sing and Dance, which means a whole lot more Mel and Sue action on. Bring it on.
Let’s Sing and Dance returns next Saturday, 6:45pm, BBC1