WATCH: The 'siriusly' impressive Strictly Come Dancing Harry Potter routine that everyone is talking about

Strictly Come Dancing viewers were wowed by the spellbinding dance that opened last night’s ‘Movie Week’ episode.

The show’s professional dancers, dressed in wizardly uniforms, hopped on the Hogwarts Express and danced through Diagon Alley in honour of the Harry Potter film franchise.

WATCH: The 'siriusly' impressive Strictly Come Dancing Harry Potter routine that everyone is talking about

Clutching their acceptance letters in their hands, the pro’s quizzed around the Warner Bros Studios before the performance cut back to the studio.

There, the dancers performed in an elaborate set in the studio, which saw them make potions in a classroom, celebrate in the Great Hall before flying through the air - literally - to catch the snitch in a game of Quidditch.

Viewers were left siriusly impressed by the routine and took to Twitter to praise the show.

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