The 33-year-old TV presenter left It Takes Two fans impressed on Tuesday evening as she showed off his moves alongside professional dancer Kevin Clifton.
Rylan oozed confidence as he moved his hips in rhythm to the music while sporting a pair of skintight leather pants.
The BBC host proved that he’d be in the running for the Glitterball Trophy as he burst out the moves in perfect timing with former Strictly pro, Kevin.
Following Rylan’s brief dancing debut, Strictly fans flocked to Twitter to gush over the star – insisting that he would be the perfect addition to the lineup next year.
“Rylan has got serious moves! He needs a place on Strictly,” one fan swooned.
“Get Rylan away from presenting the show and get him on that dance floor,” another echoed.
“Rylan really knows how to move those hips! Giovanni move over mate,” someone else quipped.
“OH MY GOD! Rylan swinging his hips is the best thing I’ve seen all year! Imagine if he was actually dancing on the show,” another Strictly fan tweeted.
Meanwhile, someone else fawned: “Would love to see Rylan dance properly. I imagine he’d be really, really good.”
Strictly fans were also delighted to see Kevin back after he made the decision to quit the show back in March 2020.
And during Tuesday evening’s instalment of the BBC spin-off, Kevin wasn’t shy about revealing his favourite couple this year.
The 39-year-old dancer gushed over Giovanni Pernice and his celebrity partner, Rose Ayling-Eillis after their stunning ‘silent’ dance last Saturday evening.
Kevin insisted that it was one of the best dances he has ever seen on the show.
It comes after the 32-year-old professional dancer and the EastEnders star stole the show when their performance was labelled the ‘greatest dance of all time’ in Strictly history.
Strictly fans were left sobbing when the talented pair incorporated a special tribute to those who are hard of hearing, or deaf.
To pay respect and raise awareness for members of the deaf community, the music was cut and the pair continued to dance in silence as part of their spellbinding routine to the Clean Bandit featuring Zara Larsson song Symphony.
Rose is the first deaf contestant to ever grace the Strictly Come Dancing dance floor, and she has continued to impress the judge's week after week.