'Strictly Come Dancing' stars are set to pay tribute to Caroline Flack in the upcoming Christmas special.
Pasha Kovalev was Caroline's professional partner when she won the BBC series in 2014, and on the special, he's recalled an emotional contemporary dance they did together.
He said: "In that dance Caroline managed to show her real emotions. And I think that’s the key why the audience would connect to it and feel exactly what was happening in the dance."
Craig Revel Horwood also has fond memories of their eye-catching routine.
He recalled: "It was the first time we saw contemporary done in a beautiful and imaginative way. It shows Caroline at her very best. Beautiful technique, beautiful emotion and beautifully danced."
Other stars are also set to hail Caroline - who took her own life in February, aged 40 - in the upcoming special, the Daily Star newspaper reports.
In the Christmas show, pro dancer Janette Manrara says: "Caroline was a part of the 'Strictly' family then and still is a part of the 'Strictly Come Dancing' family today. I miss her."
Janette, 37, previously described the late TV star as a "bundle of energy".
The professional dancer also hailed Caroline as a "hugely popular winner" of the BBC show.
Speaking earlier this year, she said: "Caroline was loved by all on 'Strictly' and was a hugely popular winner among the executive and the crew.
"She was a bundle of energy and they thought if they were going to look at some of the best finals ever it would be fitting to feature her in a big way. She’s sorely missed by many, but particularly by her 'Strictly' family."