Week 6 Strictly Come Dancing


Week 6

Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present what promises to be a spine-tingling show as the remaining eleven couples enter into the spirit of Halloween.


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Is a black cat. What is that?

Mariano oversized bad. As it swims

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in for the fatal bite. The punk and

has eyes.

And with their made spice.

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What else friends with spies? I will

need some help.

If you want to

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survive Halloween you will need more

dancing and less messing about. I

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will give you scary stories.

less.

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EVIL CACKLING.

This is where they used to film

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Strictly. I wonder if it's haunted.

SPOOKY MUSIC.

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# I've always been the one to

blame...

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MUSIC: It's A Sin

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CHEERING

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Boo!

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This is Strictly Come Dancing -

the Halloween special.

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Please welcome into

haunted ballroom...

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Terrifying Tess Daly...

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And creepy Claudia Winkleman.

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Hello and welcome to

Strictly Come Dancing -

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the Halloween Special!

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Huge thanks to our

celebrities and professional

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dancers for that gloriously

ghoulish opening routine.

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Last week, Brian and Amy

faced Simon and Karen

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in the dance-off and

Brian became the fifth

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celebrity to leave the competition.

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-- the fourth celebrity.

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Tonight, our remaining

11 couples are hoping

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to work their magic

on our fearsome foursome.

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So please welcome, the judges!

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Darcey "Blood Curdling" Bussell...

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Bruno "Terrifying" Tonioli...

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Craig "Devil" Horwood...

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And Shirley "Beastly" Ballas.

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MUSIC: The Monster Mash

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The judges, everyone.

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Alarming!

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Our couples are ready

to thrill and chill with

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some hell-raising routines.

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So please welcome...

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Our Strictly stars...

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TV presenter Ruth Langsford

and her partner, Anton du Beke.

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EastEnders star Davood Ghadami

and his partner, Nadiya Bychkova.

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Pop star Mollie King

and her partner, AJ Pritchard.

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Actress and radio

presenter Gemma Atkinson

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and her partner, Aljaz Skorjanec.

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Presenter of Sunday

Brunch, Simon Rimmer

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and his partner, Karen Clifton.

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Entertainer and radio

broadcaster Debbie McGee

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and her partner, Giovanni Pernice.

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Singer Aston Merrygold and

his partner, Janette Manrara.

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From Holby City, Joe McFadden,

and his partner, Katya Jones.

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Comedian and presenter Susan Calman

and her partner, Kevin Clifton.

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Paralympic gold

medallist Jonnie Peacock

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and his partner, Oti Mabuse.

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Singer and theatre

star Alexandra Burke

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and her partner, Gorka Marquez.

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CHEERING

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Just look at our gruesome gang.

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We've got zombies, spiders, devils -

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and, scariest of all,

Anton Du Beke as himself.

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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

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decide which two couples

will face the dance-off

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in Sunday night's Results Show.

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Now that is scary.

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It will then be down

to the judges alone to decide

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who stays and who goes.

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Dancing first is Jonnie Peacock

and his partner, Oti Mabuse.

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CHEERING

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Jonnie was thrilled with his

quickstep last week,

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when he scored a nine from Shirley.

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This week, they're pirates,

but never mind pieces of eight,

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they just want some more nines.

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How did you think it went?

I think

that's the best it's gone all week.

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You made that look easy.

You didn't

miss a beat.

We got our first nine!

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So happy, we made it Halloween, and

now we want to push and get a ten.

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We do.

This week, we're going for

pirates. I think its pilots. Being

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an amputee, it's nice. I think I've

got the perfect idea. The pirates

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castle.

Why are we going there?

Because we aaaaargh. Play, my

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hearties.

Why are we here, and why

are you dressed like that?

We are

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pirates and we've got to get into

the theme somehow. Let's take to the

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water, but you're not getting in

dressed like that.

Jonny Williams

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wanted to take me out to sea, but

it's really a canal. -- Jonnie

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really wanted.

Do you feel like a

pirate?

Yes.

I hope the judges don't

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make us walk the plank.

Jonnie, come

back, we have to dance on Saturday!

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Comeback!

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Dancing the creepy cha-cha-cha,

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Jonnie Peacock

and Oti "Monstrous" Mabuse.

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MUSIC: Troublemaker

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CHEERING

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Enjoying your pirate character!

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So well we!

I love it.

Give us an

aaaaargh.

Aaaaargh.

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Before we hear from the judges,

let's welcome our

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fiendishly good live singers,

Hayley, Jamie, Andrea

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and Tommy - and, of course,

Count Dave Arch and

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his fang-tastic orchestra.

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Lovely, guys. Did our Halloween

pirates float your boat doesn't

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float your boat?

, Well, Jonnie,

it's always difficult to start the

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show, but you came out, you have a

great theme. I love the idea of what

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you did. But there were some

movement in there not to

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coordinated. I liked your natural

top and you had a compact chassis,

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but there was no rotation. It lacked

body action for me. It looked a bit

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like it was moving a bit difficult

for you. Not your best dance, but I

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know you are a fighter and you'll

come back next week.

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CHEERING

Bruno, I hardly recognise you. Iron

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forget about Jack Sparrow. Who needs

them? We've got Jonnie Peacock!

I

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think what happened is you lodged

your boat on the wrong type. If you

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are on the wrong type, the tide will

get something. You looked like you

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were walking the plank at times, but

it's all part of the character. Reed

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it's Halloween! Yes, and some dances

suit us, some don't, and I am sure

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you will be back at your

swashbuckling best. There you go.

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APPLAUSE

There was no action, which is the

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biggest scenario, there was a bit in

time step where your hips were going

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in the opposite direction. For me,

it was Stompie and flat-footed

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throughout and I don't think it's a

dance that will suit you. Your

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strength, I think, lies in ballroom.

Any positives, Darcey?

You've worked

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hard and I can see the concentration

and the amount of dance. When you

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are finding the technique difficult

to master, for me, it's all about

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the presentation. You have to think

about this character, exaggerating

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this character. Have fun with it and

enjoy it. Good effort, well done.

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APPLAUSE

Thank you, judges. Thank you, both.

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Jonnie and Oti!

CHEERING

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Very well done. Starting the show is

horrible. You said earlier, can I

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just go second? It is not up to me.

My favourite thing, when you were

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asked to do Strictly, you said you

would do it, but if I get to a

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Halloween, I have got to be a

pirate. You did it.

The cha-cha is

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difficult. Especially for the male

celebrities, the hips. He gave his

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best.

The scores are in.

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CHEERING

I do not want you to be

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disappointed.

That is fit enough.

They love you. I think the cha-cha

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is not my dance. You did not like it

all week? We had some enjoyment but

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when you speed it up, it seems to go

everywhere. When you have to as

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Aston, and he goes, yes, you have

got the Janette. -- you have got the

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cha-cha. If Aston does not have a

good line, there is trouble.

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If you want to see Jonnie and Oti

stay in the competition,

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all the details are on your screen

now, so you can vote

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for them when voting opens

at the end of the show.

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As it's Halloween, I've decided

to bring a mummy in to help

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with terms and conditions.

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It's AJ's mummy.

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Thank you for doing this. She is 15

years younger than me.

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Calls to the short number

from a mobile cost

15p.

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Calls to the long number cost

15p

plus your network's access

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charge and please ask

the bill payer's permission.

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You can vote online by visiting

bbc.co.uk/strictly where

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you will also find

terms and conditions.

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Voting won't open until

all our couples have

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danced.

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Don't call yet, as your vote won't

count and you may still be charged.

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Tess.

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Good girl. She did very well.

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Dancing next in the haunted

ballroom is Ruth Langsford

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and her partner, Anton du Beke.

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I'm with some of their supporters.

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Lovely to see you. She is doing very

well. She's doing very well.

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Tonight they're doing

the quickstep and

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Ruth will be Samantha

from Bewitched, and with the support

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of these guys, she's hoping to cast

a spell over the judges

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and move up from the bottom

of the

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leaderboard.

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Fingers crossed.

How was last week

for your?

Did you enjoy it? I loved

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it and I know I made mistakes, but

it was the first time that the

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nerves left me. Once I had ripped

off the costume and the audience

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went wild, I threw myself into the

dance.

Hold onto this fun side. It

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is fabulous, you came alive.

Getting

a standing ovation is special.

It is

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a beautiful feeling. I cannot

believe I am in Halloween week.

I am

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thrilled. This week, Ruth is going

to be a witch and dance to the theme

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tune of bewitched.

I used to love

that series. She had magical powers,

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she would wiggle her nose and

strange things would happen.

There

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is nobody more unlike a witch, but

maybe there is a hidden inside to

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Ruth that I do not know.

I have been

practising my nose twitch all week

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and nothing.

Watch. Obviously it is

Halloween, but for some reason,

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today, there have been some things

going on. -- some strange things.

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Anton. Hello. How did you get their?

No, this will not do. Stop messing

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about. Turn me back, Ruth.

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Dancing the quivering

quickstep, Ruth Langsford

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and Anton "Demonic" Du Beke.

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MUSIC: Bewitched

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CHEERING

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Ruth and Anton. Yes, the audience

love that quickstep. You work your

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magic on us. That is for sure.

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Did she cast a spell

over you, Bruno?

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It was more like a curse. Look at

me. What happened? I have to say, I

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was bewitched by the elegant look.

Do you not think? I was slightly

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bothered by the frame. You keep

doing it. You have to charge the

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bank. Nothing moves up here. Keep

that lovely frame. I was bewildered

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by another thing. You went on the

wrong foot, but you managed to

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recover. You noticed. You did not

lose the step, and you completed the

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dance. Usually you fall to pieces.

It is good to see. I have got it

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wrong, get back on it and finish it

and do not show it.

Well done.

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Keeping those nerves in check.

Craig. It lacked any style, I am

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afraid. It -- you also had of a

slate grip at the beginning, for the

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first 30 seconds, and Anton's arm.

It was too heavy and sloppy for this

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particular dance. You went off on

the wrong foot, but your chassis was

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out of time as well. For me, it was

the antithesis of light and bright.

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I will use my noise to make it

disappear. It is not working.

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Darcey. It was perfectly done in

character. You became the character.

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You were light on your feet. You

have gained such confidence, but

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just what you do not get comfortable

with it. They are right, do not grip

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in frame when you are with lovely

Anton, yes. You made some little

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mistakes, but you did not show it on

your face. You carried on.

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CHEERING

And there was a lovely chassis,

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defeat together, it was clean. You

have made a wonderful improvement,

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so be proud.

I am going to agree

with Darcey. You have made strides,

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but you made several mistakes, so I

will have to deduct the point for

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that.

I will settle for one.

Nine

will do for me. Do not make me can

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those mistakes. Do not make me count

them. Nice, free-flowing, nice

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trading. Not bad with the frame. You

have got to keep your elbows up and

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to his right side but besides the

mistakes, you are improving. It is

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going in the right direction.

That

was so much Halloween fun. Thank you

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both. Ruth and Anton.

CHEERING

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Well done, kid.

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Well done.

Darcey said, be proud.

Last week he said was the first time

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that you threw off the nerves and

you seem to enjoy that.

I did, but I

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was nervous flying in. That set me

off.

You have got lovely support.

I

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have got my TV son.

And Denise and

Stacey. People support you would

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ever you go. The scores are in. Will

the judges please revealed there

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scorers?

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-- please reveal their scores.

Happy

with that? Yes.

If you turn those

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sixes upside down, that could be the

nines. Let's call it 38.

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If you loved that bewitching

quickstep and want to see

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Ruth and Anton dancing again next

week, all the details

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are on your screen now so you can

vote for them

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when voting opens later on.

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Still to come, Davood does

a romantic rumba with a

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ghost.

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That's the spirit.

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Tess.

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Next tonight is Simon Rimmer

and his partner, Karen Clifton.

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APPLAUSE

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They're dancing an American smooth.

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And on this Halloween, the thing

Simon is most scared of is being

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in the dance-off

for the third time.

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On Saturday, the Charles Dunne was

such a fine dance. I love their

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matching costumes and felt we were

going to have fun, and we did.

The

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recipe was missing some ingredients.

There was no swivel.

Simon put it

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all into the dance-off.

It is great

to be her. I will give it 100%.

This

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week we are dancing and American

smooth beanies waltz to Delilah.

We

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are arguing over food, which sounds

like Karen and I anyway. As it is

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Halloween and to get into the

Victorian feel of their dance, Karen

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surprises Simon by summoning the

ghosts of his ancestors. Why are you

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still in the training room?

Hello,

lovely to see you.

So lovely. Yes, I

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figured I would sum in great uncle

Hubert so we could get the Victorian

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feel for the dance. He looks in

great shape for someone over 120.

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That woman he is with looks really

familiar.

It has been quite

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interesting having some guests from

the Victorian age.

I am looking

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forward to our beanies waltz this

week. I hope it is more ghostly than

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gasoline. I really love my great

uncle Hubert but he is not as good

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as me.

No, he is better than you.

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Dancing the eerie American

smooth, Simon Rimmer

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and Karen "Cobweb" Clifton.

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MUSIC: Delilah

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CHEERING

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That was a feast for our eyes.

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Come on over. They are still

cheering.

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And I must say,

you two look hideous!

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Eat up. Finish dinner. I am loving

your hairstyle.

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Let's see if that put a smile

on our joker's face, Craig?

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Besides the one painted on, no. It

was the dance of the living dead.

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Rigor mortis had set in. It was so

stiff. Your posture suffered, your

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hands were splayed. I did not enjoy

it at all. I am so sorry.

The Joker

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is supposed to smile.

Darcey. I know

you have had a tough time

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rehearsing. There were definitely no

nerves. You're enjoying the

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character. It pretty scary. An extra

point for the sideburns. It is true,

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it was lumpy all the way through.

You have got to soften the knees to

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create any glide across the floor.

There are still in character. I am

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glad the character is still going.

The best bit was at the beginning,

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on the table. You were partnering

Karen. That was the best bit,

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definitely.

Thank you. Shirley.

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At the beginning, you were showing

growth in your confidence and, for

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the most part, your frame is still

good. I know I sound a bit like

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somebody nagging from Wallasey, but

you have to learn what closes, what

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crosses, what is a flat foot, what

is a toe. With your soft knee, it

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will help you to glide. Never

underestimate the power of a bit of

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technique.

Darling, that was not an

American Smooth. It was an American

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horror story! I have seen

articulated lorries that are lighter

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and have better rotation. I mean,

talk about heavy. You exterminated

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that dance. But it's in the mood of

Halloween, so you definitely killed

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it.

We loved it!

CHEERING

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Simon and Karen.

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Can I ask you, what were you eating?

Oh, my goodness!

In rehearsal, we

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said, we mustn't do it on the show

because it's so dry but you can't

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swallow.

You ate the chicken. We

didn't think it was lumpy. You

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looked like you had enormous fun.

You had an injury so only two days

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of training. You enjoyed it, right?

I loved it.

I'm so proud of you, but

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having two days and being in the

studio just eight hours, come out

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and do that...

Jane is in the

audience, and she is the biggest

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super in the world. Sky when I told

her I was in Strictly, I said, I'll

0:31:220:31:29

get Karen. That was in April.

It was

booked in August. The scores are in.

0:31:290:31:37

The judges have their scores. Craig

Revel Horwood.

Two.

Darcey Bussell.

0:31:370:31:43

Five. Shirley Ballas.

Five.

Bruno

Tonioli.

Four.

They or just

0:31:430:31:57

shouting. Much better than 16. If

you are thinking, why don't I vote

0:31:570:32:04

for Simon and Karen, you can, but

only when the voting opens.

0:32:040:32:07

All the details you need

are on the screen now,

0:32:070:32:10

and voting will open at the end

of the show.

0:32:100:32:12

Still to come, Joe and Katya foxtrot

as spiders, and Mollie and AJ

0:32:120:32:15

perform a cha-cha as devils.

0:32:150:32:18

Yes, next up is Gemma Atkinson

and her partner, Aljaz Skorjanec.

0:32:180:32:22

For their Halloween routine,

Gemma will be a vampire hunter,

0:32:240:32:26

and she needs to get this jive right

because, at this stage

0:32:260:32:29

in the competition,

the stakes couldn't be higher.

0:32:290:32:32

Saturday, for me, wasn't the best

because I felt like, being 100%

0:32:400:32:45

honest, my dress was better than my

live run. You just start to

0:32:450:32:49

overstretch V neck.

It could have

been better but somebody who's never

0:32:490:32:54

done it before, you are doing an

incredible job.

It's hit home now

0:32:540:32:58

how much harder I need to work to

get that edge. For Halloween week,

0:32:580:33:04

we are doing a spooky jive. Our

story is that I am a vampire slayer

0:33:040:33:10

and Aljaz is a vampire. I'm a bit

worried about Aljaz. What happened

0:33:100:33:17

to your neck?

I woke up and I've

been bitten.

When we were dancing,

0:33:170:33:22

he looked really pale. Are you all

right?

I'm fine.

Aljaz is definitely

0:33:220:33:27

a vampire. Why are you dressed in a

cake? We're not doing paso doble,

0:33:270:33:33

are we? You need to go to a dentist

before Saturday, but that's good,

0:33:330:33:39

because that's what we're doing this

week, so I can use it. Aljaz, I'm

0:33:390:33:44

going to treat you to a.

No!

Know, a

steak dinner. Keep your energy up

0:33:440:33:49

doing the jive. I hope when foot the

vampire materialises before Saturday

0:33:490:33:55

night so we can both perform a

fantastic jive. -- I hope Aljaz the

0:33:550:34:03

vampire.

0:34:030:34:04

Dancing the jinxed jive,

0:34:040:34:06

Gemma Atkinson and

Aljaz "Scary" Skorjanec.

0:34:060:34:10

MUSIC: Ever Fallen In Love

0:34:120:34:16

CHEERING

0:35:450:35:48

In the ballroom. Come on over. Well

done, darling. Listen to that!

0:35:550:36:07

Energy! Energy! They've all fallen

in love. Did you enjoy it?

I

0:36:070:36:17

certainly did. It was light, your

style was strong. Even your body,

0:36:170:36:23

having your torso forward, creating

that pump action was really

0:36:230:36:26

effective. Impressive, and the

complexity of that lovely sequence

0:36:260:36:30

of kicks when you are side by side,

very impressive. All the time,

0:36:300:36:34

holding onto that fun, carefree

attitude, which is just perfect. You

0:36:340:36:40

are going far, Gemma.

CHEERING

0:36:400:36:49

Gemma, there were some mistakes at

the beginning when you started. You

0:36:490:36:52

got on the wrong foot and there were

a couple of mistakes which I picked

0:36:520:36:55

up. You had a very nice link today,

and you had a beautiful rotation.

0:36:550:37:01

You rotated your hips and your arm,

which I thought was very good. For

0:37:010:37:07

me, I thought the posture could have

been more forward. I thought it

0:37:070:37:10

could have been accented a bit on

the twos and the fours. Not your

0:37:100:37:16

best number, but I know you are a

fighter and you'll come back next

0:37:160:37:19

week.

Oh, Cruella!

My sweet -- don't

mess with Gemma, because she is a

0:37:190:37:32

jive slayer! She got it in the end.

All done in the best possible taste.

0:37:320:37:37

Seriously, there was so much content

in that dance. It really was full

0:37:370:37:43

on, proper jive. Very, very

difficult. Very, very fast. You did

0:37:430:37:46

it without breaking a sweat, and I

missed the show for a week, but I

0:37:460:37:51

have to say your growth and

confidence in the joy of dancing,

0:37:510:37:57

this show is all about the joy of

dancing, and you have that, my

0:37:570:38:01

darling. I love it.

That was there

to see, wasn't it? Craig, what do

0:38:010:38:07

you think?

You lost synchronicity

through the fact that you made

0:38:070:38:13

mistakes, sadly, and there was a bit

of a lumpy moment going into that

0:38:130:38:17

flank and getting out of it, going

in and getting out were a bit messy,

0:38:170:38:22

but I've got to congratulate you on

the spins, a good amount of

0:38:220:38:26

retraction, and you maintained the

energy all the way to the end. It

0:38:260:38:29

was great.

Thank you very much. We

all know, Gemma the jive slayer.

0:38:290:38:36

Thank you!

CHEERING

0:38:360:38:39

Gemma and Aljaz.

Come on, partner.

CHEERING

0:38:390:38:47

All right, darling. Don't be

disappointed.

I know.

Never!

She

0:38:510:38:59

wants to make you so happy. Reed she

does. As they said, I put so many

0:38:590:39:06

steps in every week, and you do them

to perfection.

But I know the

0:39:060:39:11

beginning bit and that's annoying, I

forgot the easy bit!

You never did

0:39:110:39:14

that in rehearsals.

And they said

you have a joy of dance, don't you.

0:39:140:39:21

In the corridor when you are

practising, you were going to dance

0:39:210:39:24

for ever. We thought you did great.

Will the judges please reveal their

0:39:240:39:32

scores. Craig Revel Horwood. Reed

seven. Darcey Bussell.

Eight.

0:39:320:39:38

Shirley Ballas.

Seven.

And Bruno

Tonioli.

Eight.

That's the best

0:39:380:39:51

we've ever done for a jive. We've

never got better.

She's just

0:39:510:39:54

checking that you are happy.

Very

happy.

0:39:540:39:59

If you've fallen in love with Gemma

and Aljaz's jive and think

0:39:590:40:02

they deserve your vote,

all the details you need

0:40:020:40:04

are on your screen.

0:40:040:40:05

Please don't call yet,

as voting won't open until all

0:40:050:40:07

of our couples have performed.

0:40:070:40:08

Still to come, Aston and Janette

smell like teen spirit.

0:40:080:40:12

Our next couple is Joe McFadden

and his partner, Katya Jones.

0:40:120:40:19

Last week, Joe got second on the

Leader Board. Tonight, they are

0:40:190:40:25

dressed as spiders and they are

hoping to crawl their way up to the

0:40:250:40:28

top spot.

0:40:280:40:33

A big day on Saturday. That was

amazing. I really went for it.

The

0:40:330:40:42

Phoenix has risen from the ashes!

Ten.

To get Ken was mind blowing.

0:40:420:40:49

Yeah! -- to get ten.

Joe and Katya

get straight down to training. I'm

0:40:490:40:58

going to be the black widow spider

and you are going to be trapped in

0:40:580:41:03

my web. Funnily enough, I am quite

scared of spiders. I don't like them

0:41:030:41:08

much. As it's Halloween and catty as

a fear of spiders, Joe decides to

0:41:080:41:14

trick rather than to treat. -- and

Katya has a fear.

I've got a spider

0:41:140:41:21

surprise for Katya.

SCREAMING.

0:41:210:41:27

It's a spider dog. That's Crumble.

It was my little crumble dog dressed

0:41:270:41:35

as a spider! It's got lost of feet,

but her footwork isn't good enough.

0:41:350:41:41

Not to need, is it?

I hope yours is

going to be better on Saturday.

0:41:410:41:48

Crumble gave us a ten. She's a good

girl. I don't think she thought it

0:41:480:41:52

was to ruff.

0:41:520:41:55

Dancing the frightful foxtrot,

0:41:550:41:56

Joe McFadden and

Katya "Jeepers" Jones.

0:41:560:42:00

MUSIC: Trouble

0:42:020:42:12

CHEERING

0:43:470:43:50

Yes! Brilliant storytelling. Always

with you two. Still trapped in your

0:43:530:44:03

web. There you go. Shirley, you

scored him ten last week. What did

0:44:030:44:14

you think?

I thought the concept was

created and you should your ability

0:44:140:44:19

with the spinning and topping and

turning. When you have a quick, it's

0:44:190:44:24

generally on the ball off the foot,

so it was a bit flat-footed. You did

0:44:240:44:27

some weaving and you had six quicks

backwards which should have been on

0:44:270:44:32

your toes. Generally, the flight,

the flow, being on top of it, a good

0:44:320:44:38

frame and I was pleased with you in

the ballroom style.

You have got to

0:44:380:44:47

be really careful. A kiss from the

Black widow and you are closed. But

0:44:470:44:51

I have to say, you manage the

situation like a master. Sometimes

0:44:510:44:57

when you do this high concept, you

get lost in the concept. Once you

0:44:570:45:03

move into the ballroom dance, the

foxtrot, it becomes awkward. You did

0:45:030:45:06

not. Aldi translation, from the

character and the weirdness into the

0:45:060:45:13

proper dance, it was well executed.

Storytelling. Really good.

Craig. I

0:45:130:45:23

really love the energy and drive you

provided in this particular foxtrot.

0:45:230:45:29

You also provided a little bit of

swing and sway, which was a delight.

0:45:290:45:34

And I loved the setup of the

storytelling, the drama inside the

0:45:340:45:39

dance.

He gives us the drama.

Darcey. You did execute a very

0:45:390:45:45

difficult foxtrot. There were

wonderful moments when you sped up

0:45:450:45:49

on the lovely pivots when you came

round, and you were able to go

0:45:490:45:53

incredibly slow. Really, really

impressive. Actually, you were in

0:45:530:45:59

control. There were moments when you

did look slightly uncomfortable, but

0:45:590:46:06

fortunately, Katya did not eat you

up.

I was in her hand.

The judges

0:46:060:46:11

loved it and so did we. Great job.

Well done. Joe and Katya.

0:46:110:46:17

CHEERING

0:46:170:46:26

Well done. You must be over the

moon.

You love the character dances

0:46:280:46:32

but I know that you find rehearsals

great and sometimes you coming and

0:46:320:46:38

it you go like this.

It goes out of

the window a bit.

Tonight was OK. It

0:46:380:46:43

was much better than OK. It was a

beautiful routine.

The scores are

0:46:430:46:48

in. Ladies and gentlemen, the judges

have their scorers.

0:46:480:46:54

-- have their scores.

Top of the

leaderboard. Fantastic.

0:47:020:47:13

If you don't want these spiders

to be ushered into a glass

0:47:130:47:16

with a piece of cardboard and then

thrown out of the show, you are

0:47:160:47:20

going to need to vote for them.

0:47:200:47:21

All the details you need

are on the screen now and the vote

0:47:210:47:24

The Charleston, you need

concentration but so much energy.

It

0:47:300:47:36

is fast, furious, it feels like a

volcano.

Ballroom is being the

0:47:360:47:42

steps.

I need to be more dainty. I

need my arms and upper body to be

0:47:420:47:47

still and rigid and let the bottom

half do the talking.

I am finding it

0:47:470:47:53

difficult to make it feel like a

dance right now.

It is stepping by

0:47:530:47:56

numbers. I need to make sure that

when in hold my head is not flying

0:47:560:48:02

across the dance floor.

0:48:020:48:04

So much to look forward to tonight.

0:48:040:48:06

And as it's Halloween,

Claudia is pretending to be a ghost.

0:48:060:48:12

Up next is Mollie King

and her partner, AJ Pritchard.

0:48:120:48:15

CHEERING

0:48:150:48:17

They're going to be

demons doing the cha-cha.

0:48:170:48:20

All week, they've been working

on the finer points of the dance

0:48:200:48:23

because we all know for the judges

the devil is in the detail.

0:48:230:48:26

You can take it off now, Claude.

0:48:260:48:29

Take what off?

0:48:290:48:32

Saturday night was my favourite

night yet.

I literally love that

0:48:400:48:44

dance. For 90 seconds I felt like a

princess.

You were gliding around

0:48:440:48:49

like you were on a carousel of your

own.

There was lots of wonderful

0:48:490:48:54

Viennese waltz on. Eight, eight.

Eight. The hard work paid off. One

0:48:540:49:04

of the favourite performances of my

life.

This week, Mollie will be

0:49:040:49:08

hoping to stay red hot as she plays

the devil and dance is a cha-cha.

0:49:080:49:15

There are so many steps.

Sometimes I

is overnight. Craig will not be

0:49:150:49:19

impressed with that cha-cha. What do

you mean, he will find it fabulous.

0:49:190:49:27

It is almost as though I can see two

sides AJ talking to me.

The cha-cha

0:49:270:49:34

is a hard dance this week. You will

struggle. No, I believe in you, you

0:49:340:49:40

will be fine, do not let him scare

you.

What were we doing? After a

0:49:400:49:45

long day of training, Mollie tries

to get a good night's sleep.

Wake

0:49:450:49:51

up. Do not wake up. She needs her

sleep. She has to do. I just had a

0:49:510:49:58

nightmare. I hope we keep the devil

at bay and our performance is

0:49:580:50:02

nothing but angelic.

0:50:020:50:05

Dancing the chilling

cha-cha-cha, Mollie King and AJ

0:50:050:50:07

"Pumpkin" Pritchard.

0:50:070:50:17

MUSIC: Better The Devil You Know

0:50:220:50:26

CHEERING

Mollie and AJ.

0:51:540:52:03

For a couple of devils,

you two look really cute!

0:52:030:52:05

From these cheeky

devils, to another.

0:52:050:52:07

Bruno?

0:52:070:52:12

That was a devilishly good cha-cha.

There is so much fun, I wanted to

0:52:120:52:16

join in. I know that the performance

and connection has improved since I

0:52:160:52:22

was here last time. But there is one

thing in the cha-cha, you were

0:52:220:52:26

projecting the right field, the

fund, the cheekiness of it but you

0:52:260:52:30

have to be careful how you place

your feet. If you do not place your

0:52:300:52:35

feet correctly, the legs become

stiff and you do not get the right

0:52:350:52:39

hip action, and all you do is side

to side. It is not side to side, it

0:52:390:52:43

has to come through the leg. Apart

from that, great performance.

Thank

0:52:430:52:48

you.

Craig. I thought you needed

straighter legs throughout. There

0:52:480:52:55

were slight balance issues, only

slight. The beginnings of good hip

0:52:550:53:00

action, I think, so there is a

little teaser in there for us. The

0:53:000:53:06

rotation in your hips, when you sort

of grind down to the floor and back

0:53:060:53:10

was very good. And you looked

extremely confident and very

0:53:100:53:15

comfortable doing this dance. Well

done.

Darcey. It suits you, your

0:53:150:53:23

cheeky, you're a nice little devil,

and not bad either. There were some

0:53:230:53:28

nice sharp accents were you finished

things. Your weight is a little bit

0:53:280:53:32

back, especially when you start to

time, he was trying to hang onto

0:53:320:53:36

you, but I love the Kylie Minogue

arm movements, nice emphasis.

0:53:360:53:42

Improvement all the way, keep going,

this focus and determination.

You

0:53:420:53:45

will do well.

Thank you. Shirley.

I

think you look magnificent in your

0:53:450:53:55

outfit and you are bringing your

personality. Your strength of

0:53:550:53:58

character is coming through, but for

me, there are some issues. The

0:53:580:54:02

court, the centre of your body, it

needs to be more toned, and your

0:54:020:54:07

weight needs to be carried over the

balls of your feet. Because it is

0:54:070:54:13

collapsing in the centre, you are

waiting your shoulders as healings.

0:54:130:54:18

They are lifting. Your shoulder

blades need to be placed on and your

0:54:180:54:22

centre pulled up, so your legs and

arms will coordinate and everything

0:54:220:54:26

will work better. There are still

improvements but I want to give you

0:54:260:54:30

tips to move forwards.

Thank you,

Shirley. That was a great cha-cha.

0:54:300:54:38

Well done, Mollie and AJ.

CHEERING

0:54:380:54:47

Thank you. Craig said you were

confident.

You do not like Latin. I

0:54:470:54:55

hate it. I love the ballroom. Last

week was your favourite week and you

0:54:550:55:00

find the cha-cha the hardest.

It has

been a tough week, but I loved it,

0:55:000:55:06

dancing to Kylie Minogue, it cannot

get better.

You are right.

The

0:55:060:55:12

scorers are in. We did the judges

please reveal their scorers.

0:55:120:55:16

OK.

Are they disappointed? Yes.

You

had a ball. Even if they did not

0:55:280:55:34

enjoy it.

0:55:340:55:37

If you thought Mollie and AJ's

cha-cha was fantastic,

0:55:370:55:39

then please make sure

that

0:55:390:55:41

they get your vote.

0:55:410:55:42

All the details you need

are on the screen now.

0:55:420:55:44

Voting will open at the end

of the show once all our

0:55:440:55:47

couples have danced.

0:55:470:55:48

We're just over halfway through.

0:55:480:55:48

We're just over halfway through.

0:55:480:55:49

Let's see how the leaderboard looks.

0:55:490:55:52

Our bad the top, we have Joe and

Katya with 32. Simon and is -- Karen

0:55:520:56:01

are down at the bottom with 16. That

can all change, because we have five

0:56:010:56:06

couples left.

0:56:060:56:12

Next, it's Alexandra Burke

and her partner, Gorka Marquez.

0:56:120:56:15

For this Halloween tango,

Alexandra's going to be a zombie.

0:56:150:56:18

When it comes to dancing we know

Alexandra is dead good

0:56:180:56:20

but the question is,

will she be any good dead?

0:56:200:56:25

How do you feel about Saturday? I

was

0:56:250:56:27

How do you feel about Saturday? I

was pleased but I felt like I could

0:56:270:56:29

have done better.

Your clothes are

turning in. Bring the feet together

0:56:290:56:34

before you move onto the next step.

I want to improve on what they say.

0:56:340:56:39

I will take the criticism. I want to

get better at something I love

0:56:390:56:43

doing, which is to dance.

This week

is Halloween week. We are dancing

0:56:430:56:50

the tango.

Halloween has always

reminded me of my childhood, so I

0:56:500:56:54

will take Gorka to my primary school

today and meet the kids. This is

0:56:540:56:59

where everything began for you? Yes,

this is where the singing and acting

0:56:590:57:03

first started. Right here is where

my classroom old was. I think we are

0:57:030:57:09

and dressed.

Let's get changed.

Changed? Yes, let's do it. I think

0:57:090:57:15

we are ready. Come on.

I was very

excited that Alexandra and Gorka

0:57:150:57:26

came to our school today.

Did you

know that I used to go to this

0:57:260:57:30

school?

That is why I came here

today.

They are my favourite. The

0:57:300:57:35

kids were so excited to see us

dancing.

They loved it. I will

0:57:350:57:39

definitely be dancing the tango for

these kids today.

Good luck.

0:57:390:57:45

Dancing the terrible tango,

Alexandra Burke and Gorka

0:57:450:57:47

"Monstrous" Marquez.

0:57:470:57:49

MUSIC: Maneater

0:57:580:58:01

CHEERING

0:59:240:59:28

What about that, ladies and

gentlemen? The tango by our zombies.

0:59:310:59:39

You brought that tango to life! Wow.

The back of my neck was standing up.

0:59:390:59:46

The judges were picky with you last

week but let's see what they think

0:59:460:59:49

tonight.

You came out with all guns

blazing, darling. It did not stop

0:59:490:59:55

until the end, which I was delighted

with. It was full of intent and

0:59:551:00:02

purpose, its powerful -- pithead

power, wonderful staccato and

1:00:021:00:07

accents, and I really loved it.

1:00:071:00:09

Alexandra, you were fierce, not

wild, but strong and clean. And

1:00:161:00:19

those clipped moves come on every

transition, whenever you change

1:00:191:00:24

direction, the attack and everything

that came, and you recovered well,

1:00:241:00:27

when you were rolling around through

Gorka's legs, you came back up into

1:00:271:00:34

a cold, and the focus was brilliant,

terrifyingly good. -- into a hold.

1:00:341:00:42

As we say in Liverpool, you were

dead but, really great. You have an

1:00:421:00:48

immense free thing when you

separate. And then back into great

1:00:481:00:52

frame.

SLIGHT PROBLEM WITH SOUND.

1:00:521:01:04

Almost a perfect one from me, but

one little mistake you made.

I know

1:01:041:01:09

what you mean. I can have your tango

for breakfast, lunch and dinner. She

1:01:091:01:18

goes like... She is like a tigress.

You attack everything absolutely

1:01:181:01:21

fearlessly. You go for it like an

animal, and I love that magnetism

1:01:211:01:28

and power. Something happened, and I

know why. I am the same. Sometimes

1:01:281:01:34

you get so carried away, you want to

do it so much, that the impetus

1:01:341:01:38

carrying you through, at times, in

certain moments, you need a moment

1:01:381:01:44

of stillness, you know what I mean,

to give a bit more punctuation, but

1:01:441:01:47

we're talking about the bigger

picture, and you are great.

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CHEERING

You must be get happy with those

1:01:531:01:55

comments. Off you go. Let's hear it

for Alexandra and Gorka!

1:01:551:02:00

CHEERING

1:02:001:02:06

Well done, darling. You must have

been so happy. I'm so sorry because

1:02:091:02:15

I think something went a bit funny

with Shirley's microphone, but she

1:02:151:02:21

loved your staccato moves, she said

it was almost perfect. You haven't

1:02:211:02:25

been in a hold for a couple of

weeks.

It's intense doing it, five

1:02:251:02:30

weeks, but I know where I went

wrong. We just did a couple of

1:02:301:02:35

steps, but I can feel... You know

what I'm like. I see what they're

1:02:351:02:39

saying and I want to improve. I had

a great time.

She mused she went

1:02:391:02:45

wrong walking down...

But you two

can now communicate just by looking

1:02:451:02:48

at each other.

Absolutely.

But you

frowned at him.

Today I didn't and I

1:02:481:02:56

thought, if I shut in his heir, will

have stop.

Good.

Craig Revel

1:02:561:03:03

Horwood.

Nine.

Darcey Bussell.

Nine.

Shirley Ballas.

Nine.

Bruno Tonioli.

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Eight.

Well done. That's the highest

tango so far this series. Well done.

1:03:141:03:25

If you don't want these brilliant

zombies to be out of the

1:03:251:03:27

competition, you'll need to show

your support.

1:03:271:03:31

All the details you need

are on the screen now,

1:03:311:03:33

and voting opens towards the end

of the show.

1:03:331:03:35

Still to come, Susan

is the Mother of Dragons.

1:03:351:03:37

Not easy during half-term.

1:03:371:03:39

Disaster at the soft play area.

1:03:391:03:42

Next on the floor is Davood Ghadami

and his partner, Nadiya Bychkova.

1:03:421:03:48

CHEERING

1:03:481:03:53

For this rumba, Nadiya is a flying

spirit in Davood's haunted house.

1:03:531:03:56

Don't worry if you hear things that

go bump in the night -

1:03:561:04:00

it's probably just Craig falling

off his chair again.

1:04:001:04:02

Was our best elected, wasn't it?

It

was the best one and you did so

1:04:101:04:13

well.

It was energised...

You did

great.

We get to do something I've

1:04:131:04:21

always wanted to do, Halloween week.

The greatest theme.

Davood and

1:04:211:04:29

Nadiya want to cast a spell with the

haunting rumba. It's a tough dance.

1:04:291:04:34

What I have to say, it's the

toughest yet by quite a long way. As

1:04:341:04:41

Davood los Halloween so much, Nadiya

has a treat in store.

You brought me

1:04:411:04:47

to a haunted house.

Yes.

They're

going to get lost in a maze with a

1:04:471:04:51

twist. It's made of mirrors.

We been

taken through a mirror maze. That

1:04:511:04:58

place is very disorientating. I

can't see which way is out. That's

1:04:581:05:02

not out. As if the rumba wasn't

scary enough... Nadiya has brought

1:05:021:05:06

me here to scare me some more. Which

is lovely from your partner, isn't

1:05:061:05:12

it! That was a reflection. Where is

the real you?

It was so much fun. It

1:05:121:05:17

scared him.

That's freaky. OK, I'm

out of here!

I'm not messing around.

1:05:171:05:26

We have to do some rumba now.

If I

can deal with the house of horrors,

1:05:261:05:31

I can definitely deal with the

rumba.

1:05:311:05:34

Dancing the revolting rumba,

1:05:341:05:35

Davood Ghadami and

Nadiya "Blood Curdling" Bychkova.

1:05:351:05:40

MUSIC: Wicked Game

1:05:471:05:56

CHEERING

1:07:251:07:27

Absolutely gorgeous! Yes! You

brought the house down, the haunted

1:07:361:07:42

house. I know it's going to do that.

Did it sends a shiver down your

1:07:421:07:50

spine, Darcey?

It wasn't bad. You

know, for a man to feel comfortable

1:07:501:07:55

with those fluid moves and have that

desire through their body, and

1:07:551:07:59

keeping it strong and controlled at

the same time, you did very well.

1:07:591:08:01

There wasn't much rumba basic, but

the improvement what really

1:08:011:08:08

surprised me was in your arms. You

had the ability to express them,

1:08:081:08:13

they had some sensitivity every time

they touched her. I was really

1:08:131:08:15

impressed with that. Well done.

APPLAUSE

1:08:151:08:20

It's difficult.

Well, we've said

before that this is a very difficult

1:08:201:08:27

dance, and some rumbas are easy on

the eye but unfortunately, for me,

1:08:271:08:32

this was quite difficult on the eye,

and I'll explain why. You could have

1:08:321:08:36

danced a cooker rupture, which is a

basic step in two straight legs

1:08:361:08:41

where you rotate your hips, and you

did lunch after lunch after lunch.

1:08:411:08:45

So there was no flow from me, from

movement to movement. You're a

1:08:451:08:50

beautiful man and I recognise that

you have a beautiful feeling, but

1:08:501:08:54

that isn't enough for me this dance,

unfortunately.

Plenty of six-pack

1:08:541:08:59

action. That suffice! Listen, no,

really. They called the rumba the

1:08:591:09:11

woman's dance, and you provided a

wonderful frame for your partner.

1:09:111:09:14

You played the part, enchanted by

the temptress. You were living every

1:09:141:09:19

moment. Your arms were much, much

better. Your intensity was there.

1:09:191:09:26

Yes, you could drag your feet a

little bit more. Drag the feet

1:09:261:09:30

through the floor. It gives you a

better hip action. But I thought the

1:09:301:09:34

overall performance was very, very

nice.

Craig?

As a dance, I loved it,

1:09:341:09:44

but as a rumba, I didn't. I didn't

think... There wasn't enough basic

1:09:441:09:49

steps, and the basic steps you did,

you didn't do very well, but I loved

1:09:491:09:53

the feeling and the emotion. I loved

the fact that you were presenting

1:09:531:09:58

the lady. I mean, you could put that

dance on a stage and it not be in a

1:09:581:10:03

competition and it would be very

beautiful. But there wasn't enough

1:10:031:10:05

of the rumba in it, really, for me,

anyway, to give you a higher score.

1:10:051:10:12

But, personally, I could sit and

watch that at home every day,

1:10:121:10:15

darling.

Everyday, darling! Mixed

comments. It's challenging for the

1:10:151:10:22

male celebrities. Well done, Davood.

CHEERING

1:10:221:10:28

Well done. Well done. You've had a

hard week.

It's been tough.

First

1:10:341:10:43

male celebrity to do the rumba. We

were talking and it's so hard.

He

1:10:431:10:47

did so well. It's the most difficult

dance by man because of all the body

1:10:471:10:54

action, but I think he did great.

I

enjoyed it.

Ollie Langford is here,

1:10:541:11:01

your TV mum, and one judge a day,

she didn't like and she said, that

1:11:011:11:06

do! -- Bonnie Langford.

The judges

have their scores. Craig Revel

1:11:061:11:13

Horwood.

Five.

Darcey Bussell.

Seven.

Shirley Ballas.

Six.

And

1:11:131:11:20

Bruno Tonioli.

Seven.

A couple of

seconds, and it am now. -- it's

1:11:201:11:30

done.

1:11:301:11:31

If you thought Davood and Nadiya's

rumba was an excellent

1:11:311:11:34

addition to the show,

then please make sure

1:11:341:11:35

that they get your vote.

1:11:351:11:37

All the details you need

are on your screen,

1:11:371:11:39

and voting will open once each

of our couples has performed.

1:11:391:11:42

Still to come, Debbie

and Giovanni do a Charleston,

1:11:421:11:44

Dancing next is Susan Calman

and her partner, Kevin Clifton.

1:11:441:11:47

CHEERING

1:11:471:11:50

They're doing a routine

inspired by Game Of Thrones,

1:11:501:11:52

where Kevin is

the King of the North,

1:11:521:11:54

but can Susan be

Queen of the Foxtrot?

1:11:541:11:56

Let's find out.

1:11:561:12:00

How did Saturday go?

I loved it.

You

didn't half go for it!

Not your best

1:12:051:12:13

dance.

No hip action.

We were joint

bottom. But it gives us something to

1:12:131:12:18

work on.

Exactly, Halloween week!

There we go. For Halloween, we are

1:12:181:12:25

dancing the foxtrot to Killer Queen.

We got our drag queen in Susan and

1:12:251:12:35

the warrior from the north, Kevin.

-- dragon Queen.

During training,

1:12:351:12:42

Susan isn't quite feeling herself.

It happens to the best of us.

I woke

1:12:421:12:48

up this morning and every time

something goes wrong... I breathe

1:12:481:12:53

flames like a dragon.

Susan is

picking up the steps nice and

1:12:531:12:59

quickly and she has been on fire

every time she goes wrong. Didn't

1:12:591:13:04

mind so much because she was on hand

to warm up my coffee when it went

1:13:041:13:10

cold. Do you mind?

No.

Cheers.

We've

worked flaming heart, so hopefully

1:13:101:13:18

our foxtrot will set the dance floor

alight. -- flaming hard.

1:13:181:13:27

Dancing the frightful foxtrot,

1:13:271:13:29

Susan Calman and

Kevin "Cackling" Clifton.

1:13:291:13:32

MUSIC: Killer Queen

1:13:331:13:37

CHEERING

1:15:081:15:13

How about that? Absolutely

brilliant. Brilliant.

1:15:171:15:26

You looked awesome, the pay review.

Magnificent. We were keeping it

1:15:311:15:38

understated for Halloween.

Yes. I

like your style. I could feel the

1:15:381:15:42

heat from back there from those

flames.

1:15:421:15:44

She's a killer queen.

1:15:441:15:45

Was that a killer Foxtrot, Shirley?

1:15:451:15:48

You know how much I love you, but

for me, it lacked grace and

1:15:481:15:52

elegance. Hold on a minute. Give me

a minute. You just started to define

1:15:521:16:02

between that powerful Latin girl and

that beautiful floor in the smooth.

1:16:021:16:07

Today, it lacked that a little bit.

The foxtrot is the Rolls-Royce of

1:16:071:16:11

the dance. It was bang, bang. You

got on the wrong foot a few times. I

1:16:111:16:17

know you know that, you're smart.

Not your best dance for me today but

1:16:171:16:23

I know you will come back fighting.

For me, it liked everything that

1:16:231:16:27

foxtrot is about.

I love you too,

Shirley, but for the Halloween Game

1:16:271:16:34

Of Thrones dragon breathing foxtrot,

Grace is not what we were going for.

1:16:341:16:42

It is a fair point.

INAUDIBLE

1:16:421:16:49

It is not the kind of foxtrot I like

to see.

How about you? You have got

1:16:491:16:56

too many scripts and you have got

confused. All of a sudden it was

1:16:561:17:02

like Alice in Wonderland, chased by

the mad Hatter, and then a desperate

1:17:021:17:08

foxtrot. While of the madness of it

all. I really appreciate the fact

1:17:081:17:13

that you give it 110%, but it has to

be somehow be recognisable as a

1:17:131:17:19

foxtrot. It was at times, but

technically, lots of mistakes, my

1:17:191:17:26

darling, but always great fun to

watch.

Thank you very much. So much

1:17:261:17:31

fun. Craig, last week you scored a

frugal four for Susan. What do you

1:17:311:17:37

think tonight?

I thought my ride on

more at home had more grace and

1:17:371:17:42

elegance. It did like slow and it

was predestined. I understand what

1:17:421:17:47

you were trying to achieve. You did

achieve that, the Game Of Thrones

1:17:471:17:52

thing. It was not for me. You were

out of pulled along as well. That is

1:17:521:17:58

into the pot, sadly.

Happy

Halloween.

I have got some good

1:17:581:18:05

things. You came out and I could see

you were trying to maintain the

1:18:051:18:09

shoulders, you were keeping it down,

working on Bienek, you were

1:18:091:18:13

composing yourself. There was a

start, a transformation happening.

1:18:131:18:22

Little moments of style. It just did

not last. Your character is so

1:18:221:18:28

strong you get quite excited. I can

see that happening as you get more

1:18:281:18:33

and more into it. It is like, yes.

It is totally endearing, but try and

1:18:331:18:39

hold onto that and focus more.

I am

just still excited to be on the

1:18:391:18:44

show.

We are excited to have you.

Thank you, judges. Not the best

1:18:441:18:50

comments. You can always said your

dragon on them later. Off you go.

1:18:501:18:56

Susan and Kevin. You were great.

1:18:561:18:59

Susan, Susan. They were shouting up

here, no mistakes.

There was not one

1:19:061:19:11

mistake. There were no mistakes.

I

will be honest about it. I do not

1:19:111:19:18

really remember any mistakes.

It is

Halloween on Strictly. If you do not

1:19:181:19:21

want to dress up and give it all you

have got, people do not want to see

1:19:211:19:26

subtle at home, do they?

Also, the

girl who plays you in Game Of

1:19:261:19:33

Thrones, she is watching right now.

She has sent you a message.

Hello.

1:19:331:19:38

Hello, Mother of Dragons.

The scores

are in. Will the judges please

1:19:381:19:45

reveal their scores.

1:19:451:19:46

Right. Come on. Cuddles.

Group hug.

1:20:011:20:08

If you enjoyed Susan

and Kevin's foxtrot,

1:20:081:20:10

then please make sure

you vote for them.

1:20:101:20:12

All the details you need

are on the screen now.

1:20:121:20:15

Please don't call yet,

voting will open later on in show.

1:20:151:20:17

Plus, if you want to know more

about our Strictly stars,

1:20:171:20:20

like where they like

to play hide and seek,

1:20:201:20:22

or their favourite board game,

head to

1:20:221:20:24

the website, bbc.co.uk/strictly.

1:20:241:20:28

I love you.

1:20:281:20:30

Tess.

1:20:301:20:32

Next up, it's Debbie McGee

and her partner, Giovanni Pernice.

1:20:321:20:38

For this Halloween routine

they're going to be

1:20:381:20:40

Frankenstein and his bride.

1:20:401:20:41

Next up, it's Debbie McGee

and her partner, Giovanni Pernice.

1:20:411:20:46

For this Halloween routine

they're going to be

1:20:461:20:48

Frankenstein and his bride.

1:20:481:20:49

And after being top

of the leaderboard last

1:20:491:20:51

week, they're hoping

for another monster score.

1:20:511:20:53

How do you feel about the weekend?

Wonderful, could not be better. I

1:20:531:20:57

have never seen as standing leg is

beautifully straight.

That really

1:20:571:21:02

made me feel good.

Well done.

Beautiful. This week, Debbie and

1:21:021:21:10

Giovanni are getting to grips with a

cheeky Charleston.

This week it is

1:21:101:21:14

Halloween. I will be the

Frankenstein monster.

That will be

1:21:141:21:19

scary but it would be fantastic if I

got to dance with a real monster. Do

1:21:191:21:23

not be silly? Much better.

1:21:231:21:28

That is not good enough. You need to

work on your swivel.

Debbie, Debbie.

1:21:351:21:42

Debbie. Being a monster is no fun.

Debbie. This just will not do. Much

1:21:441:21:55

better. The real horror we be doing

my dance on Saturday night without

1:21:551:22:02

enough practice. You have a little

bit of Green left on your face.

Come

1:22:021:22:09

on. Debbie.

1:22:091:22:13

Dancing a chilling Charleston,

Debbie McGee and Giovanni

1:22:131:22:15

"Petrifying" Pernice.

1:22:151:22:24

MUSIC: Frankie

1:22:241:22:27

CHEERING

1:24:011:24:03

Yes. Absolutely brilliant. A

brilliant Charleston from Debbie.

1:24:091:24:19

Amazing. I am not surprised he's

celebrating.

1:24:191:24:22

Those lifts terrify me!

1:24:221:24:27

Especially the last one. My

goodness. A standing ovation. You're

1:24:271:24:31

so brave.

1:24:311:24:32

Top of the leaderboard last week,

how did she do tonight,

1:24:321:24:34

Bruno?

1:24:341:24:40

Debbie, Giovanni, I am bitterly

disappointed. There was nothing

1:24:401:24:44

horrible about that.

It was

brilliant.

Absolutely brilliant.

1:24:441:24:47

Thank you.

That is all he has got to

say. Craig.

The round the world left

1:24:471:24:55

you did was a little bit clunky. It

is meant to be done in one move. My

1:24:551:25:00

fault. It still went wrong, darling.

I do not care. I am just saying, it

1:25:001:25:06

was my fault.

It went wrong. It did.

But, there is a but. I love the

1:25:061:25:16

concept. I thought that was

brilliant. Cross, swivel and hope,

1:25:161:25:21

we never see. The Bardet flap was

perfect, straight arms, clean,

1:25:211:25:26

precise, incredible. -- birdie flap.

Darcey, you say she did not go

1:25:261:25:37

wrong? It was fantastic. We are

finally seeing this knotty flapper

1:25:371:25:42

renew. The precision, the speed, how

you produce those crazy lives. You

1:25:421:25:50

are fearless, agile woman.

I love

that. Fearless is the right word.

1:25:501:25:55

Shirley. Come here. I am going to

give you my queen of Latin crown.

1:25:551:26:01

You deserve it. You were fantastic.

I loved everything about what you

1:26:011:26:07

did. There was nothing that I did

not like. You executed it. You were

1:26:071:26:13

brilliant.

Well done.

CHEERING

1:26:131:26:15

Brilliant.

Queen Of The South two.

That was phenomenal. Thank you.

1:26:151:26:22

Thank you so much, judges. Well

done, Debbie.

The lifts as well.

1:26:221:26:30

Debbie and Giovanni. Thank you.

Darling, the queen of Latin crown.

1:26:301:26:42

And your mum is in the audience. She

is there. She was standing up and

1:26:421:26:47

cheering for you. Talk about change

of pace, rumba to the Charleston. I

1:26:471:26:52

cannot talk. Do not speak. Please

stand.

The scorers are in. Ladies

1:26:521:26:59

and gentlemen, the judges have their

scores.

1:26:591:27:01

A fantastic ten. Queen, ten.

1:27:131:27:15

CHEERING

Well done.

Well done, your first

1:27:191:27:30

tens. Top of the leaderboard. Ulick

tearful. Please do not do the left

1:27:301:27:37

again. It scared us all, but it was

brilliant. You must be over the

1:27:371:27:40

moon.

1:27:401:27:43

If you thought Debbie

and Giovanni's Charleston

1:27:431:27:45

was magnificent and you would

like

1:27:451:27:46

to see them dance again next

week, please make sure

1:27:461:27:49

that they get your vote.

1:27:491:27:50

Voting will open soon as we only

have one couple left to perform.

1:27:501:27:53

Tess.

1:27:531:27:54

Our final couple is Aston Merrygold

and his partner, Janette Manrara.

1:27:541:27:58

CHEERING

1:27:581:28:02

For their Halloween dance

they're going to be ghosts

1:28:021:28:04

doing a paso doble,

but will they

1:28:041:28:05

achieve their ghoul of getting top

marks from the judges?

1:28:051:28:08

I really loved Saturday but it was

very different.

I was trying to stay

1:28:151:28:19

calm.

You really got lost in the

music.

I really got into it. It was

1:28:191:28:25

so nice for me to see you be that

emotional and honest.

I sincerely

1:28:251:28:29

could feel your emotions.

I think it

was impressive.

Eight. The fact that

1:28:291:28:34

myself and the rest of the

contestants have made it this far is

1:28:341:28:37

amazing.

This week, we are dancing

the petrifying paso doble.

I am

1:28:371:28:44

pretty petrified.

But the best bit

is we are dancing to smells like

1:28:441:28:50

teen spirit by nirvana.

Perfect for

Halloween and Strictly Mac. To help

1:28:501:28:57

with his focus, Janette decides to

related rehearsals.

A cemetery in

1:28:571:29:01

the daytime. Yes, I would not bring

easier at night, it is way too

1:29:011:29:06

scary.

Come and look. Janette has

brought me to a cemetery to work on

1:29:061:29:11

my paso doble. The routine is coming

together nicely and I am getting

1:29:111:29:16

into the spirit of things.

This is a

good place to practice. We are super

1:29:161:29:20

focused. Nothing can take away from

the paso doble determination that

1:29:201:29:26

you need.

No, no, no.

1:29:261:29:30

Dancing the petrifying Paso Doble,

1:29:351:29:37

Aston Merrygold and

Janette Manrarahahahahaha.

1:29:371:29:43

MUSIC: Smells Like Teen Spirit

1:29:441:29:48

CHEERING

1:31:241:31:28

What a powerful finale! Oh! I think

everybody is on feet in here.

1:31:341:31:44

Incredible! You were in the zone

then, weren't you? We were right

1:31:441:31:52

there with you. Were you, Craig?

The

paso doble should not contain lot,

1:31:521:32:05

hip-hop, street, body ripples. That

routine was full of it and can are

1:32:051:32:08

you what, I'm so glad it was. It was

amazing! Absolutely amazing.

1:32:081:32:13

CHEERING

Biting, dramatic bull-fighter. Gosh,

1:32:131:32:23

the power! And that strong shape,

how you would create and achieve

1:32:231:32:28

that curve, where you push your

pelvis forward, that is stunning.

1:32:281:32:34

What was most impressive, when you

got on to that stage, that so low,

1:32:341:32:38

how you beat out that rhythm. It was

crisp and exact. My goodness, you

1:32:381:32:43

owned this dance! You owned it!

Rape

dancers are not just great because

1:32:431:32:50

of their technique, although they

are great cause their passion. --

1:32:501:32:54

break dancers. You brought a modern

twist. It's not a conventional paso

1:32:541:32:59

doble, there was some bopping and

extra roles, but executed well, I

1:32:591:33:05

believed what you did, a very good

job, not so conventional for me, but

1:33:051:33:09

a great job.

That was a paso doble

that brought the dead back to life!

1:33:091:33:18

What is wonderful about it, you

married tradition with innovation.

1:33:181:33:25

It was always a paso doble, but

there were some elements in it that

1:33:251:33:28

was so fresh and innovative. You

managed to do a working Cortez in

1:33:281:33:36

the middle, which was spot on. That

thing in the jam, totally wacky. I'm

1:33:361:33:41

telling you, the perfect Halloween

treat to finish let me say, our team

1:33:411:33:48

at hair, make-up and costumes, they

really are absolutely the best in

1:33:481:33:53

the business. Except for me!

CHEERING

1:33:531:33:57

I've been punished. By his mother.

What a way to close the show! That

1:33:571:34:08

was fantastic. Thank you so much.

Aston and Janette.

1:34:081:34:14

CHEERING

Well done. Aston and Janette, this

1:34:161:34:27

was your best week so far.

High

heels on for the first time.

This

1:34:271:34:36

came off halfway through.

But you

carried on! I know you found it hard

1:34:361:34:40

without Brian tonight.

A big kiss

for you, mate. Love you, buddy. We

1:34:401:34:46

all miss Brian.

I know.

Craig Revel

Horwood.

Nine.

Darcey Bussell.

1:34:461:34:58

Perfect ten.

Sherry Ballas.

Nine.

And Bruno Tonioli.

Ten.

Well done.

1:34:581:35:12

You must be over the moon. Aston and

Janette.

1:35:121:35:17

If Aston and Janette's Paso Doble

sent you to nirvana,

1:35:171:35:20

then please make sure

that they get your vote.

1:35:201:35:22

All the details you need to support

them are on your screen now,

1:35:221:35:25

and voting will open very shortly.

1:35:251:35:26

That's it.

1:35:261:35:28

All our couples have

performed and it's time

1:35:281:35:29

to look at the leaderboard.

1:35:291:35:31

Remember, you can change all that

by picking up the phone

1:35:371:35:39

or going online and voting

for your favourite.

1:35:391:35:41

And the vote is now...

1:35:411:35:42

Open!

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MUSIC: Bat Out Of Hell

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1:35:481:35:51

and please ask the

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You can vote online by visiting

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1:35:531:35:55

also find terms and conditions.

1:35:551:35:56

Voting closes at 9pm tonight.

1:35:561:35:57

Please don't try to vote

if you're watching on demand.

1:35:571:36:00

To help you decide, here's

a reminder of tonight's

1:36:001:36:02

performances and the all-important

vote information.

1:36:021:36:06

What a show it's been.

1:39:111:39:12

A real Halloween night to remember.

1:39:121:39:14

We've had lots of tricks

and plenty of treats.

1:39:141:39:16

The standard of dancing has been

so high, it's frightening!

1:39:161:39:20

Remember, voting closes at nine

o'clock tonight so please make sure

1:39:201:39:22

you favourite couple gets your vote.

1:39:221:39:24

All of our spooky celebrities

are relying on your support

1:39:241:39:26

to stay in the competition.

1:39:261:39:28

And things are set to get

even scarier on tomorrow

1:39:281:39:30

night's Result Show,

as the two couples with the lowest

1:39:301:39:33

combined judges' score and viewer

vote will face each other

1:39:331:39:35

in the dreaded dance-off.

1:39:351:39:36

One couple must sadly

leave the competition.

1:39:361:39:39

Also tomorrow night,

performing their single

1:39:391:39:41

Scared Of The Dark, Steps

will be here.

1:39:411:39:46

CHEERING

1:39:461:39:48

And we have a haunting group

performance from our professional

1:39:481:39:51

dancers which I guarantee will send

an icy shiver down your spine.

1:39:511:39:54

So join us at 7:15pm tomorrow night,

when we'll find out who will be

1:39:541:39:57

the sixth couple to leave

Strictly Come Dancing.

1:39:571:39:59

That's at 7.15pm.

1:39:591:40:01

And in the meantime...

1:40:011:40:03

Keep dancing.

1:40:031:40:06

SOOTHING MUZAK PLAYS

1:40:141:40:17

It is the spookiest event in the Strictly Come Dancing calendar as this year's Halloween special sees the return of spiders, witches, broomsticks and ghosts to the Strictly ballroom. If the celebrities thought the dance floor was scary before, they are in for an even bigger fright tonight!

Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present what promises to be a spine-tingling show, and the remaining eleven couples enter into the spirit of Halloween. Deciding who has cast the best spell of the evening are judges Shirley Ballas, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood, who will score the remaining couples.