Week 6 Strictly Come Dancing


Week 6

Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman introduce a Halloween spooktacular as the 10 remaining couples hit the dance floor for a ballroom battle to stay in the show.


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Last week, ten celebrities took to the floor for our dancing delight.

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Some shopping, like the stars above. Yet you are an incredible dancer.

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While others were in for a shocking surprise. In the end we said goodbye

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to Mystic Leslie, just one week short of our strictly Spookstacular.

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It was all Hallows Eve and all through the land something strange

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had come to land. Brendan, I thought you were feeling better this week?

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Could you get me a cup of tea, please? Daisy, come on, we have work

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to do. Did you get dressed in the dark this morning? That's not like

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you, Giovanni. You could have at least shaved for me today. Stop

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slipping, I want to rehearse. As the mood takes on a glittery sheen, this

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is Strictly Hallowe'en. Now, that's scary!

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MUSIC: You Spin Me Round (Like A Record).

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Live from the BBC, this is the Strictly Come

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Hello and welcome to Strictly Come Dancing -

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The Halloween Special! Thanks to our professional dancers,

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celebrities and judges for a fantastic routine to the track

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You Spin Me Round, which was co-written and originally

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performed by Pete Burns, who sadly passed away

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earlier this week. We send our love out

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to his family and friends. Last week Lesley and Anton lost out

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to Daisy and Aljaz in the Dance Off and sadly Lesley left

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the competition. Tonight, our remaining ten couples

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are hoping to thrill you all and watching

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them - very closely - will be our frightening foursome.

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Our creepy couples have been lurking backstage.

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It's time to bring them out from the shadows and into

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So please welcome our Strictly stars.

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TV presenter and singer Louise Redknapp and her

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Star of Judge Rinder, Robert Rinder, and his partner Oksana Platero.

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Olympic gymnast Claudia Fragapane and her partner AJ Pritchard.

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BBC sports presenter Ore Oduba and his partner Joanne Clifton.

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Model Daisy Lowe and her partner Aljaz Skorjanec.

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World champion long jumper Greg Rutherford and his

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Former Shadow Chancellor, Ed Balls and his

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TV host Laura Whitmore and her partner Giovanni Pernice.

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Actor Danny Mac and his partner Oti Mabuse.

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Singer Anastacia and her partner Brendan Cole.

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Amongst them a couple of bats, a mad scientist and a wicked witch -

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all hoping to work their magic on the dance floor tonight.

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You will be able to vote for your favourite later on.

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Your votes will be added to the judges' scores to decide

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which two couples will face the Dance Off in tomorrow

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It will then be down to the judges alone to decide who

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stays and who goes. And hoping to send a shiver

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down your spine first is Louise Redknapp and her

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partner Kevin Clifton. Their Halloween routine

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playing super villain Harley Quinn from Batman.

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It's a fun dance full of comedy, so who better for her to dance it

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Last Saturday is the most I've been proud of you on Strictly so far. I

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was really scared of the rumba but ended up being pleasantly surprised.

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We got a great score, 33, but there were comments from the judges. You

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are on a plateau, something has to happen to give you that extra boost.

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This is the week that I really need to grow some guts. For Hallowe'en,

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Kevin and Louise are becoming Batman's nemesis, the Joker, and his

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side quick, Harley Quinn. This week we have the charleston. This is a

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chance for us to show the crazy side of Louise. In order to bring out the

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silly side of Louise's character, Kevin is taking his role as a joke

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at a little too literally. Why did the ghost play football? I don't

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know. He liked scoring ghouls. Why didn't he like Strictly Come Dancing

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Jamaat he'd didn't have a body to dance with. I think Kevin has the

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wrong end of the stick. The Joker is a bad guy and the only bad thing

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about Kevin is his jokes! What do you call a fat pumpkin? I don't

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know. The plumpkin. I hope our dancing is more than a treat than

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Kevin's chokes on Saturday night. Dancing that charleston, Louise

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Redknapp and Kevin "Cobweb" Clifton. The dancing duo. No wonder you are

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smiling, that was wonderful. What lifts. Before we chat to the judges,

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let's say hello to our freakishly good live singers.

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Hayley, Lance, Andrea, Tommy and of course Count Dave Arch

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I can hear them panting from here. You were keen to push yourself even

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harder after last week's comments from the judges. Did she pushed

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herself harder? 100%, so animated, honestly. It was a comic book... I

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thought the routine was bat Dandy! You were Marvel and there was more

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fun than be no! It was absolutely spot on. And from this Joker to

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another, Bruno. Oh, yes, bang, wallop, the charleston as pop art.

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It was like watching Toni Basil in the master trickster stepping in and

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out over Roy Lichtenstein painting, you don't see that in the Tate

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Modern, but you see it on Strictly. Unusual. I wasn't expecting that at

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all, actually, that's why I found it very interesting, these different

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ideas put into that dance and done so well, wonderful.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE Craig? I felt it was a little bit

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too controlled, if I'm being absolutely honest. But I have to

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commend you on the details clean lines that you showed there, the

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side-by-side kick session was absolutely amazing. I loved the time

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step tap you inserted, that was cute and full of personality. Well done.

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CHEERING Darcey. Thank you, Louise, a

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dazzling charleston. The details, carefree, you have pulled out the

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stops and thank you, because it paid off. Brilliant, brilliant. It paid

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off. Thanks to our very own Joker, it's Louise and Kevin.

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APPLAUSE What the judges said to you, we want

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more, and they said we got more, and I have to say what was so sweet, in

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the judges' comments, Lerner said something lovely and there was a

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shot of your husband going, come on! You must be so happy because what do

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they want from me? I know, I wanted to do what they asked of me, Kevin

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worked so hard with me all week. It's hard in the rehearsal room but,

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when I get there, I try. She has worked so hard this week purely

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because of the comments last week. Well done. The scores are in. Ladies

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and gentlemen, the judges have the scores. Craig Revel Horwood. Eight.

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Darcey Bussell. Nine. Len Goodman. Nine. And Bruno Tonioli. Nine.

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You are so polite. Next to you, Kevin is like, yes! Well done. You

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must be so happy. If you would like to see Louise and Kevin back next

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week, the details are on your screen now. You can vote for them when

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voting opens at the end of the show. PHONE RINGS

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I've been waiting outside. Excellent news. Guys, the pizza is here.

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Please ask the bill payer's permission. Nobody else is

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listening. Don't vote yet because your vote

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won't count and you may still be charged. Tuck in. Our next couple in

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the haunted ballroom is Judge Rinder and his partner, Oksana Platero.

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With the help of Oksana Platero Judge Rinder has-been 's deadly

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improving the weeks. Tonight, they are doing a paso doble as

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butterflies and judge is hoping this routine will give him a chance to

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spread his wings. How do you feel about last week? Amazing. I can't

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say the dance was brilliant, but just the fun. It's what I wanted to

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achieve. Getting eight from Len means the world to me. I felt that

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showed we were getting better, and I love it. This week we are doing a

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paso doble and you are going to be a moth, like a manly butterfly. Isn't

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that an oxymoron? For inspiration, Oksana has taken Judge Rinder to a

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butterfly and moth sanctuary. It's magical. You've got the bloom

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author. Red lace them. The largest moth in the world. The wingspan can

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reach... On this one looks like you. As soon as we came in he started

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acting strange. She is scary at times but she wants the best. Hello,

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how are you? What? No, I'm dancing the paso doble this week. My

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character is a paso doble like moth full of smouldering to rubber --

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smouldering terror. I am king of the butterflies. Enjoyed myself in this

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incredible butterfly and moth paradise. I feel I can now truly

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inhabit the character. Dancing the petrifying paso doble,

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Judge Rinder and Oksana Platero the poisonous.

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I think the audience enjoyed as much as I did. Great drama from you. I

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had so much fun. Was I supposed to? I was trying to be butch and

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channelling my inner Craig. You were the richest butterfly I've ever

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seen. Was he born to dance? Want to dazzle in his own unique way. I

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think you were channelling Natalie Portman in Black Swan when she goes

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berserk. It has to be perfect! In fact, there was a lots of paso

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You are losing your shape at times. Maybe it is the wings getting in the

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way. You had to retain the shaping. But plenty of task -- plenty of paso

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doble, and the dragging, darling, folk, you can drag. We know that

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Judge always entertains, but is he continuing to improve? The result

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was very Silence Of The Lambs. A bit gruesome. But I mean that in a good

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way. Your doubles need a bit of work. They need to be into the

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ground. But it is your darkest, strongest that I've seen you, which

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is fantastic. I thought the shaping was rather good. I love the knee,

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brilliant. A bit haphazard at times, but I liked it very much. He liked

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it very much. Praise from Craig. Darcey. The paso doble is probably

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the most theatrical dance, and you definitely gave your all. The

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aggression, I haven't seen it in you. Valiant. There were moments

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where you did a little cloud with your lips. If you can control your

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mouth a bit more. -- a little pout. Stop but I love the power you gave

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to those lunges. They were stretched out and dramatic and you were coming

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to the end. I will never get bored watching you, I know this. Now, Len

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you gave him an eight last week. How did he do tonight? Iron you deserved

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it last week because you came out and danced. Tonight, you were not

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flitting about like a moth in a flame, you came out with and

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aggression. Your posture was good. The knee walks, I used to do those

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35 years ago and I have got a new knee. In 25 years, you will probably

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need an operation. You work that last week, you have come out again,

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strong, powerful and meaningful. Well done. -- you were good last

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week. You must have loved those comments.

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You really care what they say. I want to get better each week. I care

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what judges say. But its Oksana Platero birthday today. Happy

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birthday! I know that you care what they say, so fingers crossed. You

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haven't gone down yet in your score. Not yet, but as it is Oksana's

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birthday, we hoped they'd be generous. Judges, please reveal your

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scores. Craig Revel Horwood. Eight. Darcey Bussel. Eight. Len Goodman.

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Eight. Bruno Tonioli. Eight. That is your highest score. You look

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emotional. We broke the 13 barrier! On her birthday! Did I mention it is

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her birthday? If you don't want these to butterflies to be released

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back into the wild, the details are on your screen. Still to come,

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Anastacia is a bat and so is Brendan. They eat butterflies in the

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wild so if I were you I'd scarper. Next, Claudia Fragapane E and her

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partner, AJ Pritchard. A Halloween American Smooth, Claudia will be a

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teenage witch and she will be turning a frog into Prince AJ. If

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that goes well, she is hoping to turn the judges Laurie panels into

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ten. I enjoyed the weekend. Fantastic dancing, a brilliant

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endeavour. So pleased we got 32. It was incredible. Since we have won

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it, have I got any better? I feel so much more confident. 100%. You are

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starting to enjoy the dance on the night. It's refreshing for me to see

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how far you have come. With Halloween coinciding with Claudia's

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birthday, AJ has got her a present. Will it spell success? That has got

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all of the Strictly spells that will help you with every dance. Let's

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start with that. With more glitter and sequins in your American Smooth,

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let's hope your head doesn't move. This feels weird! Your head is

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backwards! It could be a trick or a treat. We don't want two left feet.

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My feet don't feel right. That's because they are left! What are we

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going to do? By making our feet a bit faster, hopefully on Halloween

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Craig doesn't think it's a disaster. AJ, something is happening to my

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feet! Help! Claudia, comeback! Shall we stick to training? I think so!

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Dancing the American Smooth, Claudia Fragapane and AJ pumpkin precharge.

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-- AJ pumpkin Pritchard. Claudia and AJ. Wow! They were

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spellbinding. Gosh. Magical. Did she cast a spell over you lot? I thought

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the footwork was very good. You maintained body contact a lot. I

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liked the frame, the lifts were fluid and dramatic. It was dynamic.

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Well done. Darcey. Beautifully smooth dismounts from every lift. To

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be able to take those transitions and iron them out. You had a dress

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malfunction on the last but you kept your head up. Every time you come

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out of a old, keep your eye level up. I noticed you are looking at the

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floor. But spectacular. Well done. It was spellbinding. Lovely flow.

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What I like, sometimes people do lifts and they do these great big

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lifts but they get on my wick a bit, because they are nothing to do with

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it. Your lifts complemented the movement and the fluidity of the

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dance, which was lovely. AJ, I was so pleased that you had the

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confidence to give Claudia a three step, which is a step I never see.

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People cheat and just do a chassis. Your footwork was brilliant. It was

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a top-notch performance. Oh, my little witch. There is nothing nasty

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about you. Actually, it's all goodness. What a wonderful dance.

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They have said all the major points, but there is something else.

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Sometimes you tend to be a bit angular, because of your gymnastic

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training. Tonight, you were as lyrical and beautiful and rounded as

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you should be. So maintained that. It makes all the difference. I know

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you worked a lot on that. The fluidity of movement, the extension

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of the arms, that's the way to go. Well done. You must be happy with

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that. Well done. Claudia and AJ! That's amazing!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE Well done, Claudia, your gymnast

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coaches are here in the audience and they were so proud, the rods were

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colliding and -- the worlds were colliding and they have supported

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you so much. I'm achieving loads because of them. Such a lovely thing

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to say. You wanted to show the judges you were smooth and it was

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perfect. The scores are in. The judges' scores are in. Craig Revel

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Horwood. Nine. Darcey Bussell. Nine. Len Goodman. Nine. Bruno Tonioli.

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Nine. Well done! CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Very well done. If you loved Claudia and AJ and want to see them back

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next week, all the details are on your screen now, so you can vote for

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them when voting ends at the end of the show. -- when voting opens at

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the end of the show. Still to come, Danny is a hideous creature.

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Our next dancers are Anastacia and her partner, Brendan Cole. Last week

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Brendan was ill soap Gorka Marquez kindly stepped in. Brendan is back

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tonight and they are dancing to a fast-paced meatloaf song, as a pair

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of bats. They'll be going at it like a bat out of hell. Watching the

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dance was difficult to do, I was so chuffed with what you have done. And

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how you both danced together. I was very, very proud. Thank you. It was

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one of the magical ones of the night. Thank you. It was one lovely

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dance, well done. I was trying to get the best scores because I wanted

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you back. We are going to smash 30 this week. The pressure is on. This

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week, Anastacia has to transform into what bat for her jive. To the

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Batcave, there's not a moment to lose. Today, I got to training and

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Brendan had a few surprises for me. Training is vitally important, this

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week we are bats. Night-vision is crucial. Let's do this. That's very

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dark. Stand on your left foot. No, no! I think I heard him, I'm not

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quite sure. Bats have supersonic hearing. I want to see those legs.

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With Strictly it's important to have downtime and you have to hang around

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now and then. I'm really getting the hang of this, I love it. I think the

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most exciting part for me was the fact we were dancing on the ceiling.

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All this bat training has really got me into character and I hope I'm not

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going to be winging it. On Saturday night. Dancing that jive, Anastacia

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and Brendan "Cold Hearted" Cole. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Oh, very good! Come on over. That was frighteningly fast and you have

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the stamina to deliver. Yes. Not even out of breath. Welcome back,

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Brendan, so glad you are better. So Darcey, my our bats be flying up the

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Leader Board? You certainly turned on the energy. You have the

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confidence from last week, which is brilliant, because it was a strong,

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dynamic character and you used the choreography to come that very nice,

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Brendan. It needs to follow through straight to the technique as well. I

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would love to have seen in the kickball change, in the bald change,

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you are on the balls of your feet and you lift the knees up, it was

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just a bit flat-footed for me but generally come as a whole, I really

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am president performance. Very good, from Darcey. Len? There was some

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tasty bits in there, but there's always things you're not really sure

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about and I thought you came out and you gave it a performance which is

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great, but Darcey is right, the little clicks you do come more from

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the knee and they were a little bit loose, but you came out, you sold

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it, you were having fun and that is what the jive is about. Well done.

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Bruno? Talk about embracing the character. Totally batty on the

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borderline bonkers! I mean, I love the fact you went into Tina Turner

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for a moment. Whatever works, you are going to do it. I love that, I

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love when somebody gives all they've got, but they are right, the jive is

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all on the sharpness of the kicks and the slick, very quick

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retraction, the pump action, it has to bleed pin sharp and you really --

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it has to be pin sharp and that is one thing we look at, it is very

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important for this dance. But performance wise, a treat. Thank

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you. Was at a trade -- treat for you, Craig? No, it was flat-footed,

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laboured, leading to come a torpid, it lacked any... Sluggish? She had

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speed! I'm only being honest, darling. It had a lovely smile. I

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love your outfit. Thank you. Thank you, judges. We all loved it. Thank

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you, Anastasia and Brendan. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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We loved it up here, it's so lovely to have you back. You two worked so

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hard this week on the kicks and the flicks. It was a good, strong dance,

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we loved it in training. Hair, make-up, costume, unbelievable!

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APPLAUSE This is all done by hand, this is

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not put on each and every moment is done by hand. It took me hours.

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The scores are in. Will the judges Parisse -- please reveal the scores?

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Craig Revel Horwood. Four. Darcey Bussell. Seven. Len Goodman. Seven.

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Bruno Tonioli. Seven. I know, you didn't like the four. If you would

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like to keep Anastasia and Brendan in the competition, all the details

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are on your screen now, so you can vote for them when voting opens at

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the end of the show. Still to come, Laura is in a baggy Grim Reaper's

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cloak, she couldn't get one in the right size. -- scythe. Our next

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creepy couple is Danny Mac and his partner, Oti Mabuse. They are going

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to be a Hallowe'en couple getting married, I don't know what the

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wedding will be like but looking at the State of them I think the hen

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and stag dos must have been pretty good! Sorry! I was in two minds

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about the rumba, I wanted to do it because I love a challenge, turns

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out it went so well. It was a masculine performance. I could watch

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you all night. I couldn't believe the score. You knocked it out of the

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park, I'm so proud of you, Danny Mac. It's Hallowe'en week will stop

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we are dancing the foxtrot to take me to church. -- to Take Me To

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Church. Great song. You have to be cool, calm and collected. Oti has

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some spooky surprises in store for Danny. Meet me at the church.

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Because it's Hallowe'en I thought I'd play a few tricks on Danny.

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What's this? Something doesn't feel quite right. I don't know what on

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earth is going on. I swear I've seen those cobwebs, there's bats, I don't

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know where Oti is. I can hear music. I hope it's Oti. If anyone ever find

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this video... Tell Craig I was sorry I was never good enough for a ten.

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Oti? Is that you? Danny, where have you been? We need to practice. I

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have had all the scares I can handle for this week, so I hope there are

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no frights on the night. Dancing the frightful foxtrot, Danny Mac and Oti

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"Monster" Mabuse. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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So sorry, so sorry. Oh, come over, darling, you just raised the roof.

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All right? Are you whispering something in her ear? Sorry. Sorry?

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It didn't go to plan. I'm sure we'll hear about it. She's got you on that

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shortly do already. That was the cause of it. You two are brilliant

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together, what do you think, Len? I was bewitched, bothered and

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bewildered, bewitched by the performance, bothered by the amount

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of mistakes there were, it's so hard, you have to be in line then

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you have to go outside of your partner, and I was bewildered by the

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elastic appendage! I didn't quite get that at all. However, in having

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said that you got sway going in there which is so hard to do.

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Listen, we all make mistakes, there were a couple in there but I'm sure

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you'll be back and it will all be forgotten. Well done.

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APPLAUSE Carried on, that's amazing. Bruno.

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You went for the hauntingly Gothic, almost operatic high drama and a few

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dramas on the footwork as well! You pushed the boundaries on the

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concept, which I is, the puppet on a string. It's very, very difficult,

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but usually you don't do any mistakes. It happens to anyone. You

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did a couple of foot faults, you stepped on her! But actually what

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you did right was very, very good. So you know, just move over next

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time, and do better. Craig? Really sad, that could have been ten,

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actually, because I loved the concept, I liked the modern

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theatrical nurse to it, I the appendage, that you were bothered

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by, I thought it was great. It's just a real shape -- shame it all

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went horribly wrong. Darcey? I think it's because you really stretched

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yourself and the choreography was really interesting. I loved you made

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it very difficult working with that, having to loop your arm underneath,

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it came out again, I mean really, I give it to you. It was impressive.

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It is a shame when you don't get the balance books I think it was because

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you were overly shut -- stretching with long, gliding moves and you got

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off balance but I have to say it was terrific. Even with those mistakes.

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It's a live show, it happens. Off you go. Enjoy your honeymoon.

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Oh, I'm so sorry. You were so looking forward to doing the

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foxtrot. I know that training has been amazing, and he was holding

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onto you. What happened? At least Oti managed to pull me back into

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position. At least we got to the end. Thank you. Well done. You did

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brilliantly. Scores are in. Be judges have their scores. Craig

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Revel Horwood. Seven. Darcey Bussel. Eight. Len Goodman. Seven. Bruno

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Tonioli. Eight. 30, still good. It's your lowest score. Not bad for a

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lowest score. It's really not. If you enjoyed this couple staying till

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death do us part and, by the look of them, that could be any time soon,

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extraordinary make-up. There is still lots more to come.

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The charleston is all about swivel. You've got to make sure your feet do

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a swivelling motion. That's too fast, it's weird. I knew it was

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going to be for long but I wasn't prepared for how demanding it is. It

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takes over your life. This week I've got a much better feeling and I hope

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I can hold the position is well and looked strong and have a good dance.

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At the beginning, I said I didn't want to do any lacking but, to my

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surprise, I quite like it. -- any lacking. Be paso doble is energetic.

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When I get it right, it is the best. Looking forward to all that,

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especially Ed's routine is a mad scientist. I borrowed his science

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lab to make myself an elixir of youth. Wouldn't hurt to knock if you

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years. Excuse me while I give it a go. OK, our next couple is Laura

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Whitmore her partner, Giovanni Pernice. After missing last week's

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show due to an ankle injury, Laura is back and ready to go with a

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Halloween tango to die for. How are you getting on with that elixir of

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youth? Not as well as I'd hoped... Missed you best Saturday. I missed

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being there. Laura has injured ankle. I was watching at home and

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not part of it. It was horrible. As devastated as I was, you have to

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move on. Is a new week and a new dance you are feeling good.

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Terrifying tango training starts well but then something weird

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happened. Just another day. I was just polishing of my tango steps and

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all of a sudden it felt like there was something in the room. Something

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watching us. I spotted it out of the corner of my eye. It was a dark

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presence. Laura, come with me. Joe was so scared. I was strangely drawn

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to him. He was hypnotic. Dance moves -- his dance moves were not from

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this world. It was clear it was some sort of Demon. A fun Demon. It was

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so great and I went -- I was so brave and I went to rescue Laura.

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OK, enough. And it was Anton. I couldn't stay away. I wanted a

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chance to dance again. Can you blame me? I love Halloween. Dancing be

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terrifying tango, Laura Whitmore and Giovanni "Poltergeist" Pernice.

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Plenty of passion. How does it feel to be back? It's great. I love

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dance. Lovely having you back. Bruno, you are Laura's biggest fan.

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Were you tantalised? You are jolly enough to lead me to damnation. You

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are the sexiest ghouls I have ever seen. A spookily good tango. You've

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got the looks of a winner. That was so sharp, right on it, precise

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musicality. And you managed to put in a little tease. O'Connor I love

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those things. With the shoulders. You were on fire! Oh, I love those

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things. Your left hand was bothering me because the thumb should be just

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in his pit. You started in a nice way but then it started closing in

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and becoming very odd. A small thing for an extremely amazing...

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CHEERING Laura, the attack, the focus, the determination, it's great

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to see you on this dance floor. I really enjoyed the mix of those

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sharp, snapping hips but then the quality of the feminine that you

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were able to give at the same time was really, really nice. I think it

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was your best dance. Darcey thinks it was your best dance. Look at Len.

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Zebedee do.! There was plenty of zip and hardly any doodah. Your footwork

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could have been better but sharp and full of passion and chemistry. Your

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best dance, no question. Darcey is right. Well done, Laura. Laura and

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Giovanni! Well done. I thought you might burst

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into tears. Noted at this stage. What a way to come back because I

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know you have been in terrible pain. I think the pain helps. You kind of

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channel eight just I love doing that dance. -- you glad of channel it. I

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love doing that dance. How did she do? Really well. Well done. Really

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good. The judges have their scores. Craig Revel Horwood. Nine. Reed

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Darcey Bussel. Nine. Len Goodman. Nine. And Bruno Tonioli. Nine. 36!

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Can you believe it? You are joint top of the Leader Board. There is

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always more tears. If you would like to see Laura and Giovanni back next

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week, all the information you need is on your screen. Don't really cry.

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I want you to be happy. Voting opens at the end of the show. Well done.

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Still to come, Olympian Greg jumps out of his skin, which I believe is

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a new personal best. Next is Ore Oduba and Joanne Clifton. For their

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Halloween charleston, they'll be the grotesque owners of a sweet shop and

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they've actually got real sweet and I managed to get some gobstoppers

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for Craig. Open wide... I was so nervous before that dance.

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I've never been that nervous. He worked so hard and all that work

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really paid off. You are an incredible dancer. That meant so

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much. 36?! That was amazing. It's Halloween week and we are dancing be

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charleston. These steps are so fast and intricate. You have to

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concentrate. My Halloween nightmare has already begun... Begun... When

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you think of Halloween, what's the first thing that comes to mind?

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Ghosts. Another one? Monsters. Pumpkins! That as well. Joanne

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brought me to one of the UK's biggest pumpkin farms to get me in

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the mood. We had a pumpkin farming competition. I definitely won. There

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we go. Wow, that is like looking into a mirror. We have had a

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spooktacular day at the pumpkin farm. Here's hoping we can carve up

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a great routine on Saturday. Dancing a chilling charleston, Ore Oduba and

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Joanne "Cackling" Clifton. What a charleston! , way from the

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sweeties will stop no offence, but you two look hideous. We dressed up

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for the occasion. Right then, still eating marshmallows? Don't worry.

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Sweets in his hair, what's going on? Top of the Leader Board the last two

:00:30.:00:33.

weeks, how did they do, Craig? It's your supporting leg that is the

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problem in this charleston and it's mainly to do with swivelling. Your

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left foot occasionally swivels, your right foot never swivels. The first

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thing that you should do, even if it's all day when you are learning a

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charleston, is really only concentrate on that one thing, then

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start, and I'm surprised it wasn't there because I'm expecting a lot

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more from this particular charleston, particularly without

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swivels, then it's not a charleston, so you have shot yourself in the

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foot, so to speak. However, the placement of the dance is always

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very good, technically I think it's very good in that way, and your

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timing is always very good, except when you missed the lift and as soon

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as you got back into charleston Basic, you were completely out of

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time. It was... Oh! It was out of time. It wasn't perfect, was it?

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Your characterisation was absolutely brilliant.

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APPLAUSE Positive in the end. Ore, it really

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wasn't that bad, don't listen to him. It was sweet, cheeky, neat, a

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great routine overall. CHEERING

:01:51.:01:55.

There was one moment when you got out of Cink-macro, that -- out of

:01:56.:02:00.

sync, the two of you, you recovered quickly, but I did find it's like

:02:01.:02:04.

you have springs built into your shoes or something. There's this

:02:05.:02:08.

natural, it's wonderful actually to watch, I saw that in the jive, but

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really you just don't tire at all. You made everything looked very

:02:15.:02:17.

easy, so well done. APPLAUSE

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He's broken sweat and that beer. Len? There was plenty of creeks and

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I was amazed, especially at the early stages at the intricacy of

:02:32.:02:36.

some of those steps, and they were right on point, together. I can't

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agree with Craig about the Chaston. OK, you could have put more

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charleston in, but the charleston I thought was terrific. OK, you're

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tempted a lift over there, that little fling over the shoulder which

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went a little bit dodgy, and you lost synchronicity for a bit, but

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overall there was a terrific routine and I thought it was great.

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APPLAUSE Bruno, what do you think? You are

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the cuddly monster I have ever seen! You're like a werewolf on a sugar

:03:16.:03:20.

high. With enough energy to sell it back to the National Grid, I tell

:03:21.:03:25.

you. What you put on that dance both creatively and in effort is

:03:26.:03:29.

fantastic. Actually, it was perfectly in sync, until the mishap

:03:30.:03:35.

with lift but the new carried on spend the delay. -- you carried on

:03:36.:03:41.

splendidly. You're a fantastic dancer, with a fantastic dance.

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Thank you, we end on a high judges' comments. Ore and Joanne.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE No, no, no, are you disappointed? A

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little bit, yes, I've never missed that lift in the whole time we

:04:11.:04:15.

rehearsed it. I had a mind blank and the whole time I didn't want to drop

:04:16.:04:20.

her, thankfully not on her face but I'm sorry, I'm sorry. You did well,

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don't be down, I promise, the scores are in. Ladies and gentlemen, the

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judges have the scores. Craig Revel Horwood. Six. Darcey Bussell. Eight.

:04:33.:04:41.

Len Goodman. Nine. Bruno Tonioli. Nine. So you got two nines, a proper

:04:42.:04:51.

pick and mix score situation. There's so much left in the beard if

:04:52.:04:55.

she wants any more! If you would like to see Ore and Joanne back next

:04:56.:05:00.

week, all the details are on your screen now so you can vote for them

:05:01.:05:04.

when voting opens at the end of the show. Still to come, Daisy dances a

:05:05.:05:09.

paso doble and Ed takes on the cha-cha. Tess. Ewan-macro dancing

:05:10.:05:14.

next is Greg Rutherford and his partner, Natalie Rowe. Greg is

:05:15.:05:20.

playing the part of an Edwardian gentleman who finds the ghost of his

:05:21.:05:24.

long lost love, but will he be able to capture the spirit of the rumba?

:05:25.:05:33.

Last Saturday night obviously it wasn't the perfect performance. How

:05:34.:05:36.

did you feel? It's more disappointment than anything else. I

:05:37.:05:40.

wanted it to be good and then it was horrendous. Ed looked very stiff,

:05:41.:05:45.

the walks looked awkward. The dance did expose all the stuff you really

:05:46.:05:51.

can't do, sadly. Don't get down, come back stronger. I'm incredibly

:05:52.:05:57.

thankful to be given the opportunity to dance again. I hope I can perform

:05:58.:06:02.

a lot better than I did last week. This week, they are dancing a

:06:03.:06:05.

haunting rumba and Natalie wants Greg to play a ghostly ghoul in the

:06:06.:06:10.

routine. Greg, where better to train than this old spooky house. Very

:06:11.:06:15.

spooky, I can't wait to get inside and see what it's like. I need you

:06:16.:06:19.

to get into the spirit of being a ghost, so try and think like a

:06:20.:06:28.

ghost. No. At first I thought she's obviously lost the plot here. Try

:06:29.:06:31.

one more time. But after awhile I turned into a ghost. Are you OK? You

:06:32.:06:39.

are looking a bit. I am feeling light on my feet. It was so much

:06:40.:06:42.

fun, I walked through walls and scared her a bit. Sorry, I couldn't

:06:43.:06:47.

help myself. What could be better on Hallowe'en week? This isn't working,

:06:48.:06:51.

we are having too much fun. I will have to be the ghost in this dance.

:06:52.:06:56.

Back to practice. Hopefully we can use this Blue Peter goings-on from

:06:57.:07:00.

this haunted Mansion and put them into our rumba on Saturday night. --

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ghostly goings-on. Dancing the rumba, Greg Rutherford and Natalie

:07:07.:07:09.

"Loathsome" Lowe. Oh, you just gave the audience goose

:07:10.:09:09.

bumps! And that acting, brilliant, Oscar worthy. The rumba has been

:09:10.:09:13.

your favourite dance so far, hasn't it crush Maggie it has, everyone was

:09:14.:09:17.

saying you will hate it but Natalie said, stick with it and I have loved

:09:18.:09:21.

this week. I can't explain it. It's been really brilliant. She's been so

:09:22.:09:27.

incredible. Quite incredible. Darcey, you wanted him to come back

:09:28.:09:32.

stronger this week. Did he? I can definitely see you gain some

:09:33.:09:36.

confidence, as you said, you have enjoyed this process because this is

:09:37.:09:39.

another very difficult dance for the man and this was a fast, furious

:09:40.:09:43.

rumba, quite different to what I was expecting. It was passionate, you

:09:44.:09:48.

had plenty of drama, and you produced some really nice long lines

:09:49.:09:52.

and especially that deep lunch, when you were holding Natalie was lovely.

:09:53.:09:58.

I would have loved to have seen more rumba dans content, it would have

:09:59.:10:01.

been nice to see that, but what you produced and how the intensity

:10:02.:10:07.

between you was very nice. But yeah, I loved how you presented it. During

:10:08.:10:14.

APPLAUSE Len? There's no doubting your

:10:15.:10:19.

commitment. You come out and you come out every week 100%, giving it

:10:20.:10:24.

everything. I don't think I have but I think others have mentioned

:10:25.:10:28.

sometimes your toes are turned in and I can see you've worked on that,

:10:29.:10:36.

your toe was out. You can see improvement there. I would have

:10:37.:10:44.

liked... Dancing is a balance between performance and technique.

:10:45.:10:48.

Sometimes you get too much technique and it lacks performance. This one,

:10:49.:10:53.

full of performance, I'd have liked a little bit more hip action and a

:10:54.:10:57.

bit more technique but great to watch, well done. Always great to

:10:58.:11:04.

watch, Bruno? You definitely embraced the dramatic persona, the

:11:05.:11:09.

tormented lost soul, it was like Heathcliff and Cathy reunited, the

:11:10.:11:13.

Wuthering Heights for the last dance. Oh, my God, I love seeing

:11:14.:11:20.

that, I really do, coming out of your shell as a performer. Great!

:11:21.:11:25.

Just a little bit of DW 40 on the hips and it will do the trick.

:11:26.:11:37.

Craig? Natalie, I felt you were protecting Greg with this dance with

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wild, show stopping positions, and lines that will make the audience

:11:43.:11:46.

applaud and everything. I don't feel like can judge this dance as the

:11:47.:11:54.

rumba. I can judge it probably is a showdown dance or a contemporary

:11:55.:11:58.

dance that is passionate and engaging, but sadly, for me, it

:11:59.:12:01.

wasn't anything I think to do with rumba. If you had done this dance in

:12:02.:12:08.

a showdowns week then it would have been a ten, you know. I absolutely

:12:09.:12:13.

loved the dance but I feel like I can't judge it properly. So tends

:12:14.:12:17.

that are never going to happen for him. Don't spoil it, it was his

:12:18.:12:22.

favourite dance. We loved it, ladies and gentlemen, didn't we?

:12:23.:12:23.

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE We loved, no, no, why are you sad?

:12:24.:12:44.

Because of what Craig said. Don't be so stupid. You've worked so hard

:12:45.:12:48.

this week and to do all those things you do there, you are brilliant and

:12:49.:12:51.

I'm so proud of you and you are amazing. Darling, you didn't, you

:12:52.:12:58.

absolutely didn't, it was much more exciting than a normal rumba is what

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I would have said. LAUGHTER

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They are very boring, did I say that out loud? You are fantastic and you

:13:05.:13:09.

must be so happy about the seat because you worked so hard on that.

:13:10.:13:13.

I put a lawful lot into that, we have tried incredibly hard. -- I put

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an awful lot into that. I've never done anything like that in my life

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and to take on a character and do something, I really have enjoyed

:13:22.:13:26.

that. You are brilliant, Greg. APPLAUSE

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Well done, honestly, don't worry. Don't listen to the first one,

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maybe! The scores are in. The judges' scores are in. Craig Revel

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Horwood. Four. Darcey Bussell. Seven. Len Goodman. Seven. And Bruno

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Tonioli. Eight. APPLAUSE

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That's more than last week, OK? Well done both of you. Can we all cuddle

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Natalie, if you wouldn't mind? If you enjoyed Greg and Natalie's rumba

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and want to see them through to next week, the details are on the screen

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and you can vote when voting opens at the end of the show. Still to

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come, Ed tries a very dangerous experiment. I do hope it's not

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another lift. Are you OK? Next up is Daisy Lowe and her

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partner, Ali Oscar and marriage. -- Aljaz Scorjanec. She's hoping with

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Hallowe'en paso doble sat on the Day of the Dead will bring her dancing

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career back to life. Daisy and Aljaz. Last week was my

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last -- worst fears realised. You should not be here. The great

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British public have voted. Turn their minds around. Being in the

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bottom two made me realise I really want to be here. I'm just so

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grateful I get to be there to dance for another week. This week we're

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doing a paso doble. I love the spirit of it so much, but it's

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really hard. No, not very good at that. I'm just terrified of being in

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the bottom two again. Last weekend was really scary. Last weekend has

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been playing on my mind so, as it's Halloween, I'm going to get Aljaz

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out of the training room and have some fun. Our theme is day of the

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dead and will be wearing make up so I thought I'd go to the best make up

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artist in town, and she's having a party. I've brought you to my little

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sister, Becky. I don't think that Aljaz was expecting what I had in

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store for him. My sister makes me so happy. I feel like myself again. If

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our dance is half as good as our make up, we're ill -- we're in for a

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real treat. Dancing feet petrifying paso doble, Daisy Lowe and Aljaz

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"Scary" Skorjanec. MUSIC: Don't Let Me Be

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Misunderstood. Come on, Daisy. Lovely to see that

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fighting spirit. Are you all right? Yes? I don't like missing out. I

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know you've been a bit down this week. A little bit. Challenging, but

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you came back strong. Did they bring the dog alive? Oh, yes. You did the

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twist turns, which I have seen a lot, but I had never seen any girl

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be able to put those turns in with the heel, because of the speed. You

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captured it. It was a bit hit and miss. Sometimes, I was like, go one,

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Daisy, because you were four of aggression, then you'd get to

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another bit and it would loosen up a bit. It lacked a bit of authority.

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Overall, a very accomplished paso doble. Well done. Bruno, has she

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done enough to avoid the dance-off? I'm sure there is plenty of life

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left in this fascinating creature. What I love about it is the detail.

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So much flamenco. Apart from what Len said, it's something we look

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for. I love to see it. True flavour of Spain. Of course, the ladies

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sometimes has to be a bit coquettish and teasing, and I love that. Hair

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and make up, I have to say... Day of the dead celebrations in Mexico

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City. It is mesmerising. The choreography was great, you look

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fantastic and I adored the dance. Yes. Craig. I loved the amount of

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detail in the arms and hands. You've gone to a lot of trouble. You are

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not always leading with the rest, but that is small. A bit more

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hyperextension, I think, to create a broader Spanish line, but I loved

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the dance. Yes, Aljaz! I have to say, bringing something else to your

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performance now. It's lovely to see that dramatic, strong Daisy. I would

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only say that I could see a bit more exaggeration in the body shapes.

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When you are told, you have to make a bit more effort to create bad

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shape, because I could see you side on all the way through. But still

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really nice. Treats from the judges. Well done, Daisy and Aljaz!

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Go on! Very well done. I know it's horrible, dance-off, and all week

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you are like, I just want to try. You trained so hard. You are the

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most smiley creature on earth and to have to do that and be all stern...

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It was quite difficult! I looked really when I smiled today. Ladies

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and gentlemen, the scores. Craig Revel Horwood. Eight. Darcey Bussel.

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Eight. Len Goodman. Eight. Bruno Tonioli. Nine. Well done. Happy,

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Aljaz? I'm happy. I don't look happy, but I am. Witch if you

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thought that was brilliant, will be details are on your screen so you

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can vote for Daisy and Aljaz when voting opens later. To vote online,

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you'll need to sign in or register if you haven't already. We have got

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one couple left to dance. Our final frightening couple is Ed

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Balls and his partner, Katya Jones. For their Halloween cha-cha, they

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are going to be mad scientists. Never mind mad, if Craig gives them

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two for the third row -- third week running, they'll be livid. I enjoyed

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doing an American Smooth foxtrot. The only thing any body will

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remember is the fact that our dramatic lift didn't quite work out.

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# You raise me up... I thought you were going to drop

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her! The main reason you didn't want to be in the dance-off was because

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you didn't want to do the lift again. But we did better. We can't

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play safe. For Halloween, Ed is doing a chilling cha-cha-cha. Ed has

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been acting a bit strange this week. He's been locking himself away for

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hours and hours. If my calculations are correct, this should work. He

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told me he's got a great idea how we can get the highest scores this

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week. It's working! It's hopeless, darling. You thought there were

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dance steps in my dance! One of the best I've ever seen. Thank you. Ed,

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you are fabulous... Fabulous... Fabulous... No! The only way to get

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highest scores from Craig is to get back to the training room. Dancing

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the cha-cha-cha argh, Ed Balls and Katya "Jeepers" Jones.

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We did it! O'Connor Ed! Look at this!

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You look fantastic. Oh, well done. He never plays it safe, does he?

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Thank you. From a mad scientist to a mad judge. Let's see. Toxic,

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addictive, horribly fabulous! You went for those like a jackhammer.

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You went from kind of mincing to baldly to triumphant. -- to ballsy.

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I have to say, it was a triumph. Tell me you are not going to be

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reaching for that two paddle again, Craig. It won't be a two that's for

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sure, darling. It was moving spasmodically, darling.

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Convulsively. I didn't know where it was going to go next. It was like

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some terrible washing machine on the spin cycle. I've never seen anything

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so bizarre. He's smiling. Made you happy, didn't he? It was on time.

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Craig. I've never seen him laugh like that. Darcey. Iron I have to

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admit, I'm so pleased you were here. -- I have to admit, I'm so pleased

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you were there. I might be mad, but I absolutely loved that. You were on

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time, the attitude, the confidence, you delivered quite a lot of

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cha-cha, actually. But not a lot of straight leg. It felt straight to

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me! Len. How about the supernatural. It wasn't super and it wasn't all

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that natural, but it was so much fun. Wasn't it. Lots and lots of

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cha-cha. They were a bit funny, but nice, strong pressure through your

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feet in that Cuban break. You kept right on time. Your best dance.

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CHEERING Your best dance, cha-cha. Fingers crossed. Off you go, Ed and

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catchier. -- catchier. I hope you had... You seem to have

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broken Craig. He was smiling and laughing. Did you think it would be

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this good? I love Latin. I still love it. Even if Craig gives us two.

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The judges have their scores. Craig Revel Horwood. Four. Darcey Bussel.

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Seven. Len Goodman. Seven. And Bruno Tonioli. It's probably never going

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to happen again. Eight. CHEERING

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Well done, Ed. If you don't want these scientists to leave, you need

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to vote for Ed and Katya. The vote will open in a few moments. All our

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couples have done all that they can to impress the judges at you at home

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so, before we open the boat, let's take a look at the Leader Board. At

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the top, Claudio and AJ and Laura and Giovanni both have 36.

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You can go online and vote for your favourite. I can announce that the

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vote is now open. You need the bill payer's position.

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You can vote online for free. It doesn't work if I can't read it!

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You'll find full terms and conditions. Please don't try to vote

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if you are watching on demand. To vote for Louise and Kevin, vote

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online or call... To vote for Judge Rinder and

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Oksana... We've had spine chilling

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charlestons, a terrifying tango Remember voting closes at 8.45pm

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tonight, so you don't have much All of our spooky celebrities

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are relying on your support even scarier on tomorrow

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night's Result Show, as the two couples with the lowest

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combined judges' score and viewer

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Strictly does Halloween! Get ready for the fright of your life and join Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman as our 10 remaining couples hit the dance floor, for a spooktacular ballroom battle. Voting lines open at the end of the show, and once the judges' scores have been added to viewer votes, the two lowest-scoring couples will perform again in the deadly dance-off in the results show.