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Strictly Come Dancing fans were left feeling rather obsessed with Karen Hauer's abs following her performance on Saturday night's show.
The 38-year-old professional dancer took to the floor to perform an energetic street routine with her celebrity partner Jamie Laing – but no one was looking at the Made in Chelsea star.
Instead, everyone tuning in at home had their eyes on Karen's toned tummy.
The blonde-haired dancer wore a bright coloured crop top and baggy trousers – which gave her the perfect opportunity to flaunt her incredible physique.
Taking to social media, fans of the BBC show couldn't help but comment on Karen's body.
"Can’t take my eyes off Karen’s abs," one person tweeted, while another added: "Karen's abs are all of the body goals *reaches for Cookie Dough ice cream*."
A third enamoured person posted: "Karen Hauer has the abs of a Ken doll I cannot cope."
A fourth Strictly fan joked: "Dear Santa, can I please have Karen Hauer's abs for Christmas?"
And it seems the Strictly Come Dancing judging panel were also impressed with Karen's abs as they gave her and Jamie a score of 29 for their street performance.
The pair couldn't believe their eyes as Shirley Ballas, Craig Revel Horwood and guest judge Anton du Beke, who is standing in for Motsi Mabuse, held up their individual scores and started jumping up and down.
As the show came to an end, Strictly host Claudia Winkleman confirmed that Jamie and Karen were at the top of the leaderboard.
Maisie Smith and Ranvir Singh were behind Jamie with scores of 27, while HRVY managed a score of 26.
Both JJ Chalmers and Bill Bailey were given a score of 25, while Caroline Quinten got 24 out of a possible 30.
Meanwhile, Radio 1 presenter Clara Amfo found herself at the bottom of the table with just 18 points.