STRICTLY Come Dancing judge Motsi Mabuse cried with happiness as her sister made history with her second win in a row.
Bill Bailey, 55, became the oldest winner in the show's history while Oti, 30, became the first person to win back-to-back championships.
Judge Motsi was overwhelmed with emotion at her sister's victory as she sobbed in her seat.
Oti – who won last year alongside Emmerdale star Kelvin Fletcher – looked shocked when their names were read out as the winners of the 2020 series.
But fans couldn't get enough of Motsi's reaction as they found the reaction to her sister's win so wholesome.
One person said: "Just caught up on #Strictly final. It was joyous! Bill went on an amazing journey & is a deserving winner. Oti is an amazing dancer & teacher but what broke me was Motsi's look of absolute pride & her tears watching her little sister win!"
Another added: "Watching Motsi crying at her sister winning Strictly was the purest moment of 2020. I love the Mabuse sisters so hard!"
A third remarked: "I was ok til I saw Motsi's gorgeous reaction to her sister's win. I was in pieces!!! Reminded me of #Frozen"
The 55-year-old entertainer made history as he became the eldest ever contestant to take home the Giltterball trophy.
Host Tess Daly announced the result as the spectacular nine-week series came to an end following competitive performances from HRVY, Maisie Smith and Jamie Laing.
Bill said: "The moment we've all been waiting for… the Strictly champions of 2020 are Bill and Oti."
Champion Bill said: "It feels surreal, extraordinary and wonderful.
"I never thought we would get this far. I never thought we'd get to the final.
"I've had the most extraordinary teacher and the most extraordinary dancer.
"Someone who has believed in me right from the beginning. She found something in me and turned me into this – into a dancer. Thank you Oti."
Oti broke down in tears as she said: "I think you are amazing, remarkable Bill Bailey. You put your heart into everything and your soul into everything.
"You are in your own world, but I love your world and always want to be a part of you.
"Thank you for being a friend and father figure to me, a brother… and for THIS" as she pointed at the Glitterball trophy."
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