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Strictly's Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu all smiles as they head into rehearsals

Strictly Come Dancing contestant Molly Rainford and her professional partner Carlos Gu were all smiles as they made their way to rehearsals following their show-stopping dance in the first live show of this series.  Singer and actress Molly, 21, arrived at the London dance studio with her hair tied back in a tight ponytail, wearing a blue coat, which she wore over a pair of jeans and a greyish t-shirt. Arriving alongside her, dance partner Carlos, 28, had also chosen to dress casually for the rehearsal.The professional dancer wore a pair of white trousers and a navy jumper with red and white stripes.

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