Every year the cast of EastEnders take to the stage to put on a spectacle in order to raise funds for Children In Need.
And this year was no different with the stars gong back to the 1980s.
The troupe of soap actors performed an energetic medley of dance numbers to infamous classics from the synth-pop era.
The 52-year-old showed that she’s as flexible as ever as she wowed audiences and viewers at home, all in the name of charity.
Elsewhere, EastEnders’ resident on-screen lovebirds Shona McGarty and Danny Boy Hatchard recreated the infamous Jennifer Grey/Patrick Swayze scene from Dirty Dancing, leading fans to gush on Twitter about Danny’s moves as a dancer.
‘#ChildrenInNeed #eastenders Lee @danboy can seriously dance. I think the #strictly crew need to snap him up,’ tweeted one impressed viewer.
Another excitably typed: ‘@danboy OMG!!! The next Patrick Swayze! Well done to all! Strictly next year maybe?? Xoxo #ChildrenInNeed #eastenders.’
One time pop star Richard Blackwood took on Kevin Bacon’s legendary dance from Footloose.
‘My goodness Richard Blackwood made my old biddy heart skip a beat in the Footloose dance!’ a satisfied fan posted.
‘Richard was fab doing footloose on #childreninneed.’ agreed someone else.
The medley was preceded by a skit from Danny Dyer who had filmed a pre-recorded scene in the Albert Square Arches, dressed in a Maverick-type ensemble complete with leather jackets and aviator shades.
Accompanied by the theme to 80s Tom Cruise movie Top Gun he hopped onto a motorcycle and headed over to Walford East tube station.
He shot past his character Mick Carter’s pub – the Queen Vic – and then gave directions to a taxi driver, before disappearing onto the horizon.
The show – which features the likes of Tess Daly, Graham Norton, Greg James, Ade Adepitan, and Rochelle and Marvin Humes hosting – is famed for taking BBC shows and mixing them up like this.
Friday night’s broadcast included special sequences by the likes of Eddie Redmayne and the cast of Doctor Who – as well as running a tribute to past host Sir Terry Wogan who died in January.
Doing their bit: Bonnie, alongside Shaheen Jafargholi and Davood Ghadami embarked on the toe-tapping number to help raise money for BBC’s Children in Need