“Here we go! Good luck, @arobertwebb!” he posted forward of his comedy accomplice’s efficiency.
After Webb’s dance was completed, Mitchell posted: “Well I thought that was f***ing splendid!”
But it wasn’t solely Webb’s efficiency he was into, he seems to be a giant fan of the dancing competitors generally, having tweeted this publish earlier within the evening: “With the ones where they’re sort of formally dancing about holding onto each other like at a tea dance, it’s IMPOSSIBLE to predict what the judges will say.
“If it seems a bit bland, they often go nuts for it, and if it’s a bit romantic or moving, they complain about the ankles.”
Mitchell’s followers had been delighted with the tweets, with one individual commenting: “Honestly this tweet make me want you to become a new presenter of Strictly.”
“This is so similar to my husband’s commentary on Strictly, that I had to double-check this tweet wasn’t for him,” added one other.
“I’m very much enjoying your live Strictly tweeting,” stated a 3rd.
Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday nights on BBC One.
Read the total checklist of contestants here.