Week 5 Strictly Come Dancing


Week 5

Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly present a spooky Halloween-themed show, as the couples perform in the hopes of impressing the frightening foursome of Craig, Len, Alesha and Bruno.


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Last weekend in the ballroom, dreams really did come true.

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But for some, their world was turned upside down. Not much good

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on her feed. Perhaps she's better on her head. Others had their nose

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put out of joint. Sexless, cold and stiff. Whispering sweet nothings

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and the shout of. Ten! First class. Our favourite comedian left us with

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his last impression. Nice to see you, to see you... NICE! Tonight,

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it's the monster's ballroom. It's a Hallowe'en spectacular. Who'll keep

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their wits about them? I ain't afraid of no ghosts. And who will

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turn into quivering wrecks? It's time to turn up the lights and hold

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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on tight. It's fright night on Live from Television Centre,

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Hallowe'en special, it's Strictly Come Dancing. Please welcome your

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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Live from Television Centre, please welcome your hosts... Bruce Forsyth

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The dress will allow no more. a state. Any way, good evening

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ladies and gentleman and children. It's Hallowe'en and the time of

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year, I didn't expect that! The time of year when the living dead

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rise from their grave, stalk to the earth and say "nice to see you, to

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see you... NICE! "Aren't you good. It's nice to see you Brucie. It is

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Hallowe'en. Hope you're not scared. I am a bit scared. This week, I had

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the biggest fright of my life. It was dark and stormy. THUNDER CLAPS

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I was alone in the house, when there was a knock at the door.

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I got up to open the door. CREEKING NOISE

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That was me getting up. LAUGHTER

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Then I opened the door. CREEKING Who was there? A tall man in a

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cloak. He said Forsyth, face the facts, it's time to pass over to

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the other side. What a horrible thing to say! I know, I've told him

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before, I'm not going back to ITV! APPLAUSE

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Thank you. I don't care what Simon says. I don't care what he says.

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Tonight, in the ballroom, we're in for a monster treat. Oh, yes.

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our 11 stars give us more thrills and chill that's you can shake a

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wooden stake at. That was difficult to say, wasn't it? Tonight was not

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for the faint hearted. One couple will face the unthinkable terror of

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being eliminated from the competition. I can hear teeth

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chattering, nerves jangling. Shall we unleash them? Yes, consider them

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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unleashed. It's time to meet the CHEERING AND APPLAUSE There they

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all are, looking like zombies and the undead. I trust you've all

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recovered from last week? Goodness gracious. Robbie hurt his nose.

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Aneat -- and needed an ice back. Russell hurt his knee and needed an

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ice pack. When Alex wore that sexy cat suit, I needed an ice pack. We

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had to put Len in the fridge, didn't we? Exactly. Where's Craig?

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THUNDER CLAP SINISTER LAUGHING

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The traffic was a complete and APPLAUSE

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Where would you like to us stick the broom stick? And the first one

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who tells him, will go straight through to next week. No vote off,

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nothing, straight through. Tonight, it is bone chilling

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ballroom all the way. Our stars will be dancing, the judges scoring

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and the crumbs will be ranked on the leaderboard. Those score --

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dancers will be ranked on the leaderboard. We also have West End

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star Adam Garcia with us. Just press the red button.

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first couple is Russell Grant and his partner, Flavia.

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APPLAUSE Russell is doing the samba. He was

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going to copy a great star from the past, Carmen Miranda, you remember

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the lady who used to dance with a bowl of fruit on her head? Apples,

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bananas and grapes and Russell said, "No pears?" I said "Certainly not,

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you don't get anything for a pair!" How soon they forget. We'll do that

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again. You don't get anything for a pair! Any way, here they are, good

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Last week's performance I actually really enjoyed. In 90 seconds it

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told the most amazing nocturnal drama. That's what it was. It was a

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nightmare. From Shreeping Beauty to night terror. It all went on in

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your mind. He got it. It was brilliant! What nobody knew at that

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time is I was having trouble with my legs. But this Hallowe'en,

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nothing's going to stop me from dancing the samba.

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When we first started training here, I heard my name being called. Due

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hear that? I heard some kind of baby cry. It's up there. I looked

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up and I saw this presence. Look, see? There's a vibration here that

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definitely requires psychic investigation. Russell thinks this

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place is haunted. I ain't afraid of no ghost. I'm not going to let him

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down. What is going on? Got you! I knew

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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it was Flavia all the time. Are you CHEERING AND APPLAUSE What a pair

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you! You she devil. Any way, whilst you two get your breath back, it's

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a good time to welcome our fabulous singers, Dave Arch and his

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wonderful orchestra. APPLAUSE

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Not forgetting our judges. Welcome all of you.

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Now if anyone is watching, is worried that we broke health and

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safety regulations because we flew Craig into the studio ain broom

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stick, let me assure you, he did have a safety harness... Round his

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neck. LAUGHTER

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Even Craig liked that one. Len, what did you think of that? I think

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when you came through that flame, you caught your bum alight because

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you really started dancing. I tell you, there was a few mistakes wents

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on unfortunately, I tell you, don't worry about the X Factor, you have

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the feel-good factor. Thank you Len. Now Alesha, my love.

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The music of Kylie and Russell Grant, what more do we want on

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Strictly Come Dancing? You have a great bounce action. The samba

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suits you. I know you've had some trouble with your knee, my darling,

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but you got the Hallowe'en party started. Well done. And now Bruno?

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Russell, you've turned hell no a camp hefpb -- heaven. You went

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wrong quite a few times because, you know why, you tried to put the

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content in. It went wrong quite a lot. But the fun of it was great.

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The fun was there. Well done. OK, finish us off, Craig? You are one

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wig away darling from being Mystic Meg. There's so much clap on there.

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The dancing sadly let you down this evening. The timing was out. Your

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kick ball changes are all messed up. You have a great double bounce

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action. That was good. That's not too bad. I'd settle for that if I

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was you. Wonderful. What a start to the show. Thank you both.

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You cuddly little devil you. Kicking off the Hallowe'en special,

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dancing the samba in front of 11 million people, how did that feel?

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I love the samba, but I did a lot of steps that I shouldn't have done.

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Sshhh. They didn't notice. judges did, darling. They're not

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daft. The audience didn't. I love the samba and I love Flavia.

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got the feel good factor. You've had knee trouble. It didn't show.

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No, I've got it strapped up. I have a harness like most of the people

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in the show tonight! I might be wheeled on in the future. No I'm

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A four from Craig, how do you feel about that snfrplts he's right. I

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got too much wrong to warrant more than a four. He's right. I take -D

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I'll take over 20. 22 is good. That was my first house in Wembley.

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a sign. OK. Who are you going to The couple with the lowest combined

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judges scores and your votes will leave the competition. We're off.

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Everyone's in high spirits tonight. Over to you, Bruce.

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Now, for our next couple, Chelsee Healey and her partner Pasha.

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APPLAUSE After finishing on top of the

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leaderboard last week, with her quickstep, can Chelsee stay there

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with her tango? Let's find out. Here they are in training.

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How are you feeling? Nervous. Every week I'm scared before we go on.

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The nerves were worth it last week. First class. Know thagt judges

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enjoyed the performance, it was a bit of a confidence boost. To be

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given such amazing scores, I was over the moon. I'm going to take it

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week by week and try our hardest. Yes, dance by dance, week by week...

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This week we're dancing a spine tingling tango. It's a very

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passionate dance. You should be precise but seductive. Oh, no I'm

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not into that. It doesn't suit me. I'm not seductive or sexy. I'm out

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of my comfort zone. We did really well last week. We cannot be

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complacent. So we're going to a local school to see some truly

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scary critics. Here we go. Hello! I had so much fun today

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meeting the children. They were so nice. Everybody go inside. Scary

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scream, come on. It was scarier dancing in front of the children

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than in front of the judges. The children don't care what they say.

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That routine was a horror show was ghastly, darling. I'm going to

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give it a spooky... Seven! If I can face them, I'm sure I can face the

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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What's the matter? Are you all right darling, what's happened? You

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messed up a few steps? Just a dress malfunction. Oh, dear. Anything I

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can do, don't worry. You're good. Alesha, start us off. Don't worry

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darlingment Chelsee, don't worry. Please, you know.

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Don't worry at all. Let me tell you, Chelsee, you have nothing to cry

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about my darling. You covered that so well. You should be proud of

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yourself. It didn't stract from the dance at all. You maintained your

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standard from last week. That was clean, sharp, full of attack.

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Come on, smile. I want a smile. Chelsee, when you leave this floor,

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you need to have a smile on your face because this partnership is

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working. It certainly is. You are contenders. It's good. Chelsee my

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darling, I tell you one thing, this wicked little witch is a wicked

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little dancer! You started very, very well. Obviously, you know,

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live shows little incidents happened. Because of that you lost

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your footing. But you just did a great dance. You're a great dancer.

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You have great musicality. You have a great feel for performance. Don't

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worry about it. It happens to everybody. It happens to everybody.

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Don't worry, sweet heart. What you did, was good.

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Now then Craig? I would have liked to have seen a little bit more

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grounded. You sometimes lost flexed knees. Your legs were a bit

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straight. You were a bit too on your toes throughout the routine.

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You coped with the wardrobe malfunction quite well. Though it

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did throw you and that's why it was a bit of a mess towards the end.

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But it was feisty, fiery and everything we expected.

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Oh, thank you Craig. Even Craig! Now then, Len, will you finish us

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off? You were like a Lancashire hot pot. Out you came, all satisfying

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and delicious. I thought, honestly, I thought it was a good dance. You

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did it very well. Yes, it could have been a bit sharper near the

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end, but overall it was fabulous. Well done to the pair of you.

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Well done. Off you go. Be proud. Can I just reassure you we saw

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absolutely nothing. Oh, thank God for that. Bless her. You did such a

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brilliant dance. You were amazing. The audience love today and the

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judges loved it. We all loved it. APPLAUSE

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Pasha, Bruno says she's a wicked little dancer, are you proud of

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your Chelsea? Very proud and the way she handled it all. It shows

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one more time that she's great. Alesha said you have upped your

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game loost week. Topped the leader -- last week. Topped the loord

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board last week. Can you do it again?

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A great score. I'm made up. She's made up. All right. Call later if

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you don't want Chelsee axed from the competition and you want to see

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her dancing again next week. The judges score as loan may not be

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enough to save your favourites. Our bogey men boys, the ghoulish girls,

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they need your votes. Now for the next couple, Audley

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Harrison and his partner, Natalie. APPLAUSE

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Audley came up to my earlier today and said, "Bruce, I've seen so many

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ghosts and dead people today. I think I might be a medium." I said

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"Audley, we know you've lost weight, but you're definitely an extra

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large". I'm a medium. He's an extra large. Right, here they are, I like

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that one! Here they are in training. My performance last Saturday was

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the best that I've danced the foxtrot. I'm telling you this, I'm

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sitting here giving you a standing ovation. Well done. To hear the

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judges' comments, positive and uplifting, it touched me. As I've

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been older I'm more in touch with my velnerblt. -- Vulnerplt. Every

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week I turn up and put in a better performance than the one before.

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Next week jive. Game on. I can't believe it's your birthday today.

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Even though it's my birthday, I have not been slacking. I'm working

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extra hard. They will pick awe part, if you're messy, especially in jive.

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I think the energy side will suit Audley. But the dance is on the

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toes. It's not going to be natural. I never get surprised. Today for my

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4040th my wife and daughter came in and gave me a birthday cake. Happy

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birthday daddy. It's been four weeks since I've seen my wife and

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daughter. It feels great to have them here. Let's see what you've

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got. I like seeing my daddy dance because I like twirlg and my daddy

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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is the best. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE Well done

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Audley and Natalie. Wasn't that great.

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Absolutely wonderful. Your little girl will love to see that. She'll

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be very proud of her daddy. Bruno? I tell you, you really got into the

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spirit of things, big smile, great personality, terrible footwork. All

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the kicks an the flicks were thrown away. It was cool and casual, but I

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mean the jive is all about the sharpness. It has to be sharp,

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precise, the feet have to be pointed. It has to be compact. It's

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a very hard dance to do, for anybody, let alone somebody that is

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like -- is built like a great big oak. It's hard. You did your best.

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He certainly did. Craig, what is on your mind?

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did make a gallant effort, my love. You're completely and utterly

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physically unsuited for this dance. It was heavy, flat footed,. It was

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cumbersome. Lovely smile, though. You have a beautiful smile. And he

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got out there and had a go, which is what we love about it. Indeed.

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All right Len? I don't get these two. It had rhythm, good timing. I

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know it's not the easiest dance for a big guy. You never went wrong.

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You kept on the dance the whole way through. I'm not going to be

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disappointed. I commend you, well Craig, I won't let anything happen

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to you. Alesha? I loved the concept and

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idea of the dance this week. I think Craig and Bruno are right. It

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needed to be more bouncy and light. The kicks and flicks weren't quite

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there for me. It's great to see you going for it. I had a smile

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throughout, but I think this dance was a bit out of your comfort zone

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this week. I think you'd agree with that. A marvellous effort. We thank

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you. Natalie, great job. Come on! Yes, come on up here Audley. That

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was so much fun. That looks like so much fun. What a way to end your

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birthday week. As Bruno said it's a tough dance for a man of your size.

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Flicks and kicks. Lots of them. Suited to a shorter person

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definitely. I enjoyed it. I went for it. Back to America this week.

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You've had very little training time. He did well. Lovely smile

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again, that Craig loves so much. We love that. Craig's going to get

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this. Give him a smile. He hasn't scored

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me yet, has he? I love you Craig. I love you. Quite a conversation

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going on between Audley and Craig. Is Craig still getting that magic

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smile after that? Yeah, but he might get the left hook behind it.

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That will be for you. A Hallowe'en hook. Do you think your wife and

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little girl is proud of daddy? Definitely. I'm doing my best.

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go Audley. Make a note of this number: Call later, if you think

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Audley's jive packs a punch and you want to see him dancing next

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Saturday. Plenty more blood curdling ballroom

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on the way, miss it at your peril. Now for our next couple, Alex Jones

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and her partner, James. APPLAUSE

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A popular couple. Alex says she had been chatting to Craig earlier. He

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was explaining all about male witches. I said, that's typical

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Craig, he's always talking a lot of warlocks.

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LAUGHTER Think about it... I'll wait. Right,

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here they are in training. After we danced, I thought it had

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gone OK. Then we got in front of the judges and... The only way to

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grow is take risks. Push it next time. Sexless, cold and stiff.

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Craig's comments were really hard to deal with. I'm going to come

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back again next week and just put this one to bed. OK get out of the

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cat suit and move on. I bet James has put that there just to scare me.

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It's Hallowe'en week and we are dancing the paso doble. Keep your

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chin up otherwise you look like that. Alesha's comments last week

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were more or less that we need to be more adventurous. Come with me.

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Where are we going? That's not what I expected. What did you expect?

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don't want to come down that. supposed to take risks. It's

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Hallowe'en, we might as well do it in style. How do you do that?

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powers. Have fun, babes. Wait! Oh, I think I might be sick. Here I go.

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Oh! Here she goes. James, you better join in. Wherever you feel

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ready. James, don't let me hang in here. Then this one comes like

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flippin Spider-man. A little lift. No, oh, James. I hope I didn't make

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too much of a fuss. But it's a lot higher than it looked. Can we go

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back to the paso doble now? If you want anger, you'll get it after

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE Up you get, Alex! What's going on here? Look at

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this. What an ovation. Well done. Look! Are you glad it's over?

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little bit. Right, Craig start us off. I quite liked the idea of

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Dracula chasing innocent virgin blood and I think you played that

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extremely well. APPLAUSE

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In fact, it was the complete antithesis of last week. I almost

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found it erotic, darling. That probably says a lot more about

:38:40.:38:50.
:38:50.:38:50.

me than you actually. We're glad to hear it. Len? I was

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expecting like a hammer house of horrors. I was totally wrong. I

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liked the confidence that you did that first section on your own.

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Then when James joined in, you had intensity. It was dramatic. You had

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attack. A little bit too much frock wafting for me. But apart from that,

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it was terrific. Well done. Lovely, Alex. Don't worry darling. You're

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lovely. Alesha? You had a knock last week, but you've picked

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yourself up and you're back on form. I absolutely loved the beginning.

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You took a risk, out there on your own and it worked. The whole thing

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was atmospheric, the drama was brilliant. You've had a

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breakthrough this week, you really have. You've upped your game.

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And Bruno? Alex, haunting, voluptuous with a hint of madness.

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Your strength from last week has improved so much. You're linking

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the lines. Your assertive. You're in character. That's the way to

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proceed. Well done. What a lovely night for you. Off

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you go. Well done Alex. Thank you. That's

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what I call a dance resurrection. You own won Craig over, he said

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"almost erotic". There was room for improvement after last week. Alesha

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said back on form, a breakthrough. Did you feel that? I enjoyed it a

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bit more this time. I mean, I think I looked scared... Look at James.

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guess she finds it easier to be aggressive with me rather than

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romantic. I don't understand why. Can you smile for us? Thank you.

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Even Dracula is happy. Brilliant score. Call later in the show, if

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you think Alex should bring the ballroom back to life again next

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weekend. Don't bite her! All our 11 stars have been training all week

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from dawn till dusk. But one couple will be leaving this weekend. They

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need your votes. Next up is Holly Valance and her

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partner, Artem. APPLAUSE

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Another popular lady. How about this, they're dancing the American

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smooth to Swan Lake by Tchaikovsky. Holly is a fan of the great

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composers and said to me, "Bruce, if Beethoven was alive today, he

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would have loved listening to you entertain." Wasn't that nice! Base

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ofb, hang on a -- Beethoven, hang on, he was deaf, wasn't he? Deaf as

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a post! For goodness sake, I'll get you for that. Here they are in

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training. Last week I danced the Viennese

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waltz. It was really pretty. I didn't feel like I got a feeling

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out of doing it. A bit bump I I thought. I watched myself and just

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think it looks like a dog's breakfast.

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We're always missing something every week. We're not making it

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perfect. You can be amazing. You have to focus and give it even more.

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Holly is giving what she think sz 100%. But I don't think Holly

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understands how good she can be. This week is Hallowe'en week. I'm

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dancing the American smooth to Swan Lake.

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Hallowe'en is my absolute favourite holiday of the year. Are you

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kidding me? We've been training really hard. We're going to take a

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bit of a break. We're going to go to a theme park.

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We've got nothing to fear. What are you doing to me? Why are you here?

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SCREAMING You go first. I can't handle this.

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Oh, my God. Where's Artem? This is ridiculous.

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We have training to get to. anyone finds this footage, I didn't

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make it. Kara I love you. Sorry I didn't make it to rehearsals.

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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What is wrong with you. I thought CHEERING AND APPLAUSE Well done

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Holly and Artem. Well done, indeed.

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Listen to that and look at this. Enjoy it. Look.

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Absolutely lovely. Are you pleased? I know the clocks go back later

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tonight, to be honest I'd like them to go back right now and let's see

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it again. I thought it was terrific. I really did. Could have done with

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a little bit more in hold for me, Artem. You know I'm a bit finicy in

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that respect. What a number. It was terrific. Well done. What a number.

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Beautiful music. Alesha? You both look incredible. This is my

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favourite concept so far. I have to say, you create some beautiful

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lines and shapes. There was nothing about it conventional. It was

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original. You were magnificent Holly. I have to tell you, for me,

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this is the dance that shows you're a real contender in this

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competition now. Another breakthrough. Yeah. Lovely.

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Now then, Bruno? When I heard that you were going to attempt Swan Lake,

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the music is so difficult, I thought, she's gone barmyi. She's

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lost the plot. But you've succeeded. You produced a performance of great

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style, great artistry. As she said, your top lines were just exquisite.

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Beautiful. What about that? And you haven't heard from Craig yet.

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high risk and perilous concept, to not have a dress on, to cover up

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the legs, particularly in foxtrot The music was wonderful. Dave and

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the orchestra! Off you go. Be proud my darling. And Artem, well done

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indeed. APPLAUSE

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Wow! The haunting, fabulous routine. Bruno said it was high risk, but

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high quality. We loved it. You got a standing ovation in the studio.

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It's amazing. It's been my favourite dance so far. I loved it.

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I think it was the audience's favourite dance. How many times due

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go round? Six. Do you need a sick bucket? I'm OK. Alesha says you're

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a contender now. You started out so strong in the competition, second

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week one. How much do you want to be back at the top? So, so much. We

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worked so hard this week. 35 out of 40! All that hard work

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paid off. Best score of the night so far. What a routine. Call later

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if you want Holly to swan into next week and dance again. How much

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would that mean to you? Please call! She wants to be here. Still

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to come, we unleash more creatures of the night. We have Anita, Robbie,

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Jason, Harry and it will come as no surprise that Lulu is as batty as

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ever. It's enough to give you goose bumps.

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Right our next couple tonight is Nancy Dell'Olio and her partner,

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Anton. What about these two! They're

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dancing the rumba and for this dance Nancy has to pretend she's

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completely in love with Anton. LAUGHTER

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I said well Anton can definitely give you some tips on that... He's

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been in love with himself for years. APPLAUSE

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Who else does? Maybe his mother. Here they are in training.

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Last Saturday, I was bitterly disappointed with myself. This time

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particularly because I knew I could do much better. It was one of those,

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it started off on the wrong foot. It's a shame because it could have

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been good. I know you messed up after the dip thing really badly.

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You still went off time. She's not much good on her feet. Perhaps

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she's better on her head. # Shot down in a blaze of glory #

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What can you do. It's Saturday night syndrome. That was suppose --

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we're so close to being good. week is Hallowe'en and we're

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dancing the rumba. It is essentially the dance of love.

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about just a kiss? I don't want a kiss. Nancy said we need a coffin.

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It has to be sparkly, Strictly. I got her a coffin.

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Delivery for Nancy Dell'Olio. she grateful? What is this?

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It's so horrible, disgusting to see this. I'm not going to rehearse

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today. I'm not going there. You're joking. Have a look inside. You

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might like it. It's luxury. Look at that, spiders and everything.

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You're going to love it. I knew that you were a nightmare, but this

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is the end. You never know how it's going to go

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on the live show. I'm not going to perform in that kofpb. -- coffin. I

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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want crystal all over, glamorous. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE What a story!

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Get him out of there. I left a sandwich in there when I was having

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a nap this afternoon. All right Anton? What happened?

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What's the mat sner Don't talk to me about the boa again. I told you,

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no boa. She's a boa constrictor this one. Did you enjoy that?

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I do enjoy. It was difficult, at the start getting out of the coffin.

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I suggest it, but when I saw the coffin in rehearsal studio, I said,

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I must be crazy. We saw that. Alesha darling? Nancy, I think

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you're a sexy woman and you know how to work it. But you're a

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walking disaster. Sorry Craig stealing your word. Your legs are

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so far apart and that's not very feminine. No, I'm being serious.

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It's very ploddy and just the lift, it's so unflattering. You both

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should have stayed in the coffin, but having said that, I'm sure the

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viewers at home will love it. I didn't like it.

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Don't go any further. Right. Bueno? Oh, napbs -- Bruno? Nancy, emerging

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from the coffin, looking like the Queen of the night but you danced

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like the walking dead. It was like walking Bond Street, designer gear.

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I said many times, have you to listen to the music. If you don't

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listen to the music all your steps are gangling all over the place.

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You're a beautiful woman. Concentrate, focus on the music.

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Feel it in your body. Use it with the music, my darling. Because this

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is like a big plonky number. Oh, dear. I'm very surprised.

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Craig? Don't let him start as well. Haven't we had enough. Come on.

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Craig has to have his say. He must? Dance horriblus darling. You see, I

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told you. The moment you stepped out of that sarcophagus, darling,

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was the moment it all went horribly wrong. Anton I'm getting bored of

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that lift now, can we change it please, if you're here next week.

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It was not my idea. It was also illegal. If you're here next week,

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if you're here next week... You do the choreography OK? Is that fair?

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You do it Nancy darling. Len? was interesting listening to you

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all chat ago way. The rumba, the dance of love. There were moments

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of Mills and Boon and moments of meals on wheels. It was a mixture.

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You did a few basic steps. It waents all bad. I didn't mind it

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really. -- It wasn't all bad. I didn't mind it really. Nancy, don't

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take it to heart. You do the choreography. He's keeping you back.

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Off you go. That was a rumba with a difference.

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Was there a part of you athat wanted to nail the coffin lid shut

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with Anton in it? What a night this has turned out to be. I will never

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paint the skreeling again I tell you. Look at the state of it. --

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ceiling. Len said moments of Mills & Boon and moments of meals on

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wheels, what's all that about? don't know. Are we going to throw

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the boa in the coffin? No, we're going to use it next week. Do we

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have a problem with the boa? No. The scores are in. You think it's

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:57:58.:58:15.

Ouch, 14 out of 40. What do you think? Write down this number and

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call later if you thought Nancy's rumba was spookily good and you'd

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like to see her dance next week. think I'm looking a bit under the

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weather myself. You're not yourself. None of our stars want their

:58:27.:58:31.

ballroom dreams buried. But without your votes your favourite will be

:58:31.:58:37.

in grave danger. Can we get a costume to put a zip in that? We're

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about to delve into the twilight zone. I want to be like Artem. Look

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at that, cor. I think we're ready. Next tonight, there's another show

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going on up there. Next tonight is Harry Judd and his partner Aliona.

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CHEERING Oh, popular! What a popular young

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man. He's doing so well. Harry told me

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for this dance he will take on the role of a vampire and Aliona will

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scare him off with lots of cloves of garlic. He wanted my opinion. I

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said "Personally I prefer Aliona dancing with no cloves...

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$$TRANSMIT" of garlic! Who's working that autocue, hey? It

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should have come up after the vampire.

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Made me look a fool. You understand don't you? Of course you do. Here

:59:32.:59:39.

they are in training. Last Saturday the dance wents

:59:39.:59:44.

really well, but it did cause a few arguments. I didn't get it. I

:59:44.:59:48.

didn't get that bit. Actually you're wrong. How can you possibly

:59:48.:59:52.

say that? It was amazing to get the first ten. I can't expect that

:59:52.:59:56.

every week. But I've got to keep doing my best. That could become

:59:56.:00:04.

our thing, but we need to practice -- practise it. Better. This week

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it's Hallowe'en week. We are dancing the tango. The song we're

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dancing to is called Psycho Killer, which is pretty intense. More angry.

:00:14.:00:19.

Aliona seems to think I have a dark side. Harry's dark side wasn't

:00:19.:00:24.

coming out as easily as I hoped. Soy cooked up an old family -- so I

:00:24.:00:33.

cooked up an old family recipe. Where are we? The scariest place in

:00:34.:00:42.

the UK. Come on. This must be bringing out your dark side...

:00:42.:00:52.
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Harry? Harry, where are you? It's not funny any more. Where are you?!

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My Princess of darkness, let's tango.

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

:01:09.:03:05.

You do have a dark side. I like it. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE You cannot

:03:05.:03:12.

stop it. They love Harry! I tell you, look at them. Enjoy this,

:03:12.:03:20.

Harry and Aliona. That is beautiful. Well done.

:03:20.:03:25.

They're just wild about Harry... I tell you. You're away there son.

:03:25.:03:31.

Bruno start us off. Intense, hypnotic, erotic, I can feel your

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power getting stronger and stronger. You can bite as much as you like,

:03:36.:03:45.

as long as you keep dancing like this. It was great.

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Craig? Full of intent. Full of purpose. Full of aggression. I

:03:49.:03:53.

thought, I loved the story telling. That was fantastic. I'd like to

:03:53.:03:57.

have seen a bit more in hold, however. But the tango that you did

:03:57.:04:00.

do, I thought you did very, very well.

:04:00.:04:10.
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And Len? You see, Harry, please don't think I have a downer on you

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or Aliona, because I haven't. Honestly. You see, I watch a tango,

:04:18.:04:22.

I want to see more than eight bars in hold. Now I thought it was a

:04:23.:04:26.

terrific number. It was sharp, all that stuff on the chair was

:04:26.:04:31.

together. It was very, very crisp and enjoyable. But you know, I'm

:04:31.:04:36.

from a world different to our other judges. I'm from the world of

:04:36.:04:43.

ballroom dancing. This is a tango and I want to see...

:04:43.:04:47.

I do not lie. I want to see more than eight bars in the tango hold.

:04:47.:04:53.

What's annoying, when you are in hold, you are fantastic.

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APPLAUSE Worth thinking about that. And

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Alesha? I do agree with Len a bit. It's by no means a criticism

:05:04.:05:12.

because you played it so well. Har ery, you're too cool for school.

:05:12.:05:17.

Art is subjective and for me you created a beautiful piece of dance.

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The quing and queen of tango tonight. -- King and queen of tango

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tonight. Well done. We're just wild about Harry.

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APPLAUSE Yes the king and queen of tango are

:05:34.:05:38.

in the house. Craig says full of intent and aggression. Where have

:05:38.:05:44.

you been hiding that tark side? Aliona brought it out in me this

:05:44.:05:51.

week. Chablg the aggression. being really hard core in training.

:05:51.:05:56.

Is it scary leading a rofegsal? Very scary. It's frightening enough

:05:56.:06:01.

being out there to start with. And it's hard to talk with these teeth

:06:01.:06:07.

in as well. Your band mates are here again. Do you reckon they

:06:07.:06:17.
:06:17.:06:34.

could cut it? Not a chance. 34 out of 40. Another ten. The

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second of the competition. You owned it.

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Amazing. Thank you. The number to call later : If our Harry's

:06:46.:06:49.

terrifying tango thrilled you and you want to see him dance again

:06:49.:06:55.

next Saturday. At bbc.co.uk/strictly you can keep up

:06:55.:07:01.

to date with everything ballroom. And follow us on Twitter as well.

:07:01.:07:07.

Time for our next couple, Robbie Savage and his partner, Ola.

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Another popular couple, so many popular couples this year. During

:07:12.:07:15.

his dance last week, Robbie slid on his knees towards the camera, over

:07:16.:07:20.

there actually, slid right the way across and didn't stop in time. The

:07:20.:07:23.

impact almost broke his nose. After the show, we called for an

:07:23.:07:25.

ambulance. They took him straight to the hairdressers.

:07:25.:07:30.

LAUGHTER It's true. I'm telling you the

:07:30.:07:33.

truth. Well he wanted to have his hair

:07:33.:07:38.

done before he went to hospital. When I go to the doctors I always

:07:38.:07:41.

wear a clean vest. Here they are... LAUGHTER

:07:41.:07:50.

Here they are in training. Last week, Robbie really got into

:07:50.:07:57.

his dance. He was the love man. We're love men, hey! You loved it.

:07:57.:08:07.
:08:07.:08:07.

The people loved it. I loved it. Give it to me Ola! Last Saturday I

:08:07.:08:13.

hurt my nose, too much enthusiasm. I was supposed to stop before the

:08:13.:08:17.

camera. Overshot it, straight into the camera. Bang, nose... Really

:08:17.:08:23.

sore. Because it's Hallowe'en week, you have to face your worst

:08:23.:08:32.

nightmare. Which is what? You don't know what it is. The make-under.

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Make-under, what's that? Let the make-under begin.

:08:40.:08:45.

# Sexy, everything about you's so sexy

:08:45.:08:49.

# You don't even know what you've got... #

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Perfect. Now come with me and I'll show you a surprise.

:08:53.:09:03.
:09:03.:09:04.

Open your eyes. Wow. I am ugly.

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# UGLY, you ain't got no alibi, you ugly. #

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I've faced my worst fears today. Can you imagine looking at me all

:09:13.:09:23.
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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE What about Absolutely, Robbie, well done.

:11:25.:11:29.

Craig, oh, dear... You didn't know where to look for the best.

:11:29.:11:34.

LAUGHTER Oh, we're going to start off with

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you as well. We really could have done without all the hip thrusts

:11:41.:11:46.

and particularly the end one in my face, darling. Technically it

:11:46.:11:51.

needed a bit more drive. There needed a lot more arch in it. I

:11:51.:11:55.

felt that you had to load a bit more. Your hands were on occasion

:11:55.:11:59.

like soup ladles, darling. Apart from all that, I suppose, it was

:11:59.:12:01.

amazing. LAUGHTER

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APPLAUSE Good.

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Good. What

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Good. What a

:12:08.:12:09.

Good. What a jump

:12:09.:12:12.

Good. What a jump to get up there. You look here, the way he jumped on

:12:12.:12:18.

the top, it's fantastic. Len? was a little bit disconcerting when

:12:18.:12:23.

you kept thrusting your wobbly bits all offer the shop. I saw the

:12:23.:12:28.

Robbie, but I would have liked a bit more savage. You didn't give it

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as much as I expected. You're a ballroom boy, not so much a Latin

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guy. You've got to work on getting the Latin to the same standard that

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your ballroom dancing is. It was good. Especially when you jumped up.

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Len, we all jumped that. We really D Alesha? I say keep thrusting. Put

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it in every dance, honestly. It just works. It was a bit erratic at

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times. The cape work was brilliant. I disagree with the boys. I thought

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you had real purpose and intent throughout. You really went for it,

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well done. You're right Alesha.. The cape was

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excellent. I forgot about that. Bruno? Yes, Rob, that was bad gone

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mental. The forward thrust with that scared the hell out of me. Go

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for it if you've got it, isn't it? You know what you're good at now.

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We all know what he's good at. like the bit about artistry...

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it. Don't say any more. Bruno is lost for words. Thank goodness.

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I've waited for this day. It was wonderful. Off you go, the pair of

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you. Ola and Robbie! APPLAUSE

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Who's bad?! Standing ovation in the studio. You nearly took Craig's eye

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out... With your knee! My nose. got stuck into that paso. Did it

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feel good? Loved every minute of it. We loved it too. Yeah, come on.

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wanted more savage is there more to give? Hopefully. We got a whole lot

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26, and keep thrusting. All right Robbie. Call this number: Call

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later if you thought Robbie paso was bad, in a good way and you'd

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like a replay. Tonight has been a white knuckle ride. None of our

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stars want this week to be the final destination. They'll all need

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your votes. Wasn't that brilliant. Back to you Bruce.

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Our next couple is Anita Dobson and her partner, Robin.

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So many lovely couples in this show. Anita, she's done dramatic scenes

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on television, dramatic scenes in theatre, even dramatic scenes in

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Shakespeare. That's the last thing we need this week, another drama

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queen. Don't want to mention any names,

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but follow my eyes. Here they are in training.

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Last week I wasn't really feeling the -- that I was improving at the

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rate I wanted to. I needed a confidence boost. That's what I got.

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It was sophisticated, classy and you are a consummate pro. After the

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comments, when I saw an eight come up from Craig, I was so thrilled

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and shocked. Then when four eights came up, I was ecstatic. You can't

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quite believe you're getting eights? No, thank you. I'm so happy.

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I've improved. This week is Hallowe'en week and we are dancing

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the terrifying tango. I love it, but it's very scary. My challenge

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this week is to find the character of the devil woman. I'm working

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really hard to release the devil in me. I really shouldn't, oh, go on

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skhrats -- Go on! Go for it. Yeah. Nothing scares me about Anita.

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Though this week is Hallowe'en week and I'm seeing there's a devil

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inside. I want you to draw a big circle, all the way around. We go

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again. Are you paying attention, Anita? Yes, of course I am. I've

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tried really hard all week to get this character right. I hope on the

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night I can really bring out the devil in me.

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE How about that, Anita, that was, hey! Please

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don't, you scared me. It was definitely the Queen Vic landlady

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there for a moment. I really liked it. There was a lot of tango

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content. You got into hold and went into the dance. You lost a step

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they called the chase. You lost your timing on that. You know where

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I mean, don't you? I do. probably don't. But Robin does.

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Your posture is the weakest thing. You are too vertical. Yeah, it's

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hard to do. I really enjoyed it. I know that to do a proper tango is

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far more gruelling and time constraining than just standing

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side by side and mincing around. So well done.

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Well done indeed. Alesha? You're a fantastic actress. I loved the

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drama. You were quite scary out there. She is. You need to spend a

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bit of time perfecting your hold. Once you master that, it will get

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you to the next level. Apart from that, you're brilliant. Well done.

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I never knew you could play so evil. Watch it. Don't trust the scarlet

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woman with the devil inside. You portray every aspect of your

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character with every step. It's great to watch. She is right. You

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have to work on the frame. That will help you a lot to give the

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correct lines in the dance. Otherwise very good.

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Absolutely. And Craig? Acting ten, top line three. You need to meet

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the top line in the middle somewhere. Absolutely, I loved the

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routine though. I really, really did.

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Lovely, well done both of you. Anita, off you go then and Robin.

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Breathe, breathe. How are the nerve that's week? Ooohhhh... I know

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you're very nervous. I said "Not as nervous as last week?" She said

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"More nervous." Alesha loved the drama. What do people shout in the

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street, is it still Angie? They go Another great score. OK, call later

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if you think Anita's tango was devilishly good and you'd love to

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see her back in the ballroom for more. Remember all of our couples

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need your votes. One couple will be leaving in tomorrow night's results

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show. Time now for our next couple Lulu

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and her partner, Brendan. APPLAUSE

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Now she was riding high last week with the samba. But can she take

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off with the paso doble? Let's find out. Here they are in training.

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Last week Lulu was determined to break the curse of the samba.

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the one dance I always get kicked out of Strictly on. Ti, was a bit

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repetitious. Brendan took that to heart a bit. Repetitive in what way.

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We had promenade runs, whisks, walks, locks... It's hard not to

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take it personally. I would have liked a little bit more content.

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You're telling me there's a lack of content? Six. Come on, it wasn't

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In my routine I'm channelling a bat from hell.

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# Like a bat out of hell... # After last week Lulu wanted more

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excitement. Can I wear a big bat dress. I hope I'm bringing that

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everything I've thrown at her. quite a lot to think about.

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wants a challenge, I think I've given her a challenge. Pull tight.

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I'm going to learn how to fly. Oh, no, it feels really horrible.

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That's more like it. I don't know if I'm going to be terrified or

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just have the best time. It is time to fly. I'm going for the first -

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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terrified. Nice one Lu. Fantastic. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE Come back

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here! Brendan, well done, the pair of you.

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I tell you, absolutely... APPLAUSE

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Here they are. Look at this Lulu! CHEERING AND APPLAUSE Absolutely. A

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standing ovation. Well done. You are brave.

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You really are. Made Craig lock a bit silly, didn't it? -- look.

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Bruno? I tell you, you handled all those tricks with great panache.

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Another thing, you didn't go wrong tonight. I counted all the way

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through, I thought, oh, she's going to lose it. She's going to lose it.

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You didn't lose it! You did it well. You were strong and you were

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powerful. All right then. Let's see what Craig thought. I'm quite

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partial to a bit of flying myself actually.

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I thought the concept was absolutely great, Brendan,

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fantastic work. I loved that exit. Really theatrical. Just when you're

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in hold, I felt it was a battle for spremcy. I felt like you were just

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trying to, you were always catching up to Brendan. That's the paso

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doble, that's the idea. The fight and the cape. Not running and

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trying to catch up, Bruno. Oh, God. I loved it. All right, Len is

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looking pen sieve. Lots of tricks and quite a few treats. Now you

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know what the problem is, you're a little bit soft in the body. And

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Brendan is trying to lead you in the chassis capes and you're too

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willowy. He can't use it. It's all about reaction and action. That was

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missing. But what entertainment, I loved it! Exactly. And Alesha.

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amazing entrance. I love your determination. It was a really

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brave attempt. You should be proud this week. You did a good job.

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Really, really good job. And you're still my favourite. I'm still your

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favourite? Go on. And Brendan as well. Off you go!

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You took off there. I was flying. You were. Did you enjoy the view?

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loved it up there. We all want a go now. Can I just say, wardrobe, the

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flyers, the crew getting on and off, they've done a phenomenal job.

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APPLAUSE Pulled out all the stops tonight.

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Fair point. ( Lulu, Bruno said you didn't go wrong. How much of a

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relief was that? I prayed all week for that, just to hear Bruno say

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those words. Your prayers were answered. Craig loved it. Let's

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hope your prayers are answered when 29! You're flying high Lulu, well

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done. We'll take it. Call when the phone lines open later if you want

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Lulu to take the highway back to the ballroom next week. We've got

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one more treat to enjoy and what a treat.

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Finally tonight it's Jason Donovan and his partner Kristina.

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CHEERING A popular young man. Very popular.

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Now Jason told me today that he once saw a ghost during a trip to

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London. I said "Oh, whereabouts?" He said the bloody tower. I said

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all right, I only bloomin' asked. It's hard to believe he's

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Australian sometimes. Any way, here they are in training.

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Last Saturday, I think the comments were justified. You tried to make a

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big meal out of this paso. And you got indigestion. Did I find it

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difficult? Yes. Does it stress me out? Yes. You've got to enjoy each

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week because this week might be my last week.

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This week we're dancing the quickstep. My fault. It's quick and

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it's tough. I need a break. I need five minutes, babe. Babe, do you

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mind if I have five minutes? Jason... Jason, I'm the ghost of

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Strictly past. I have words of wisdom for you. It is not necessary

:31:20.:31:30.
:31:30.:31:31.

to show your chest hair. OK. You're not Crocodile Dundee. Jason? Jason.

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Katya. I'm the ghost of Strictly present. I bring even wiser words

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of wisdom. Dance every dance as if it were your last. I should know.

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OK Katya. Jason, hey Jason... I'm the ghost of Strictly yet to come,

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Kristina deserves to have a fighter this year otherwise you'll have me

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to answer to. Oh, yes Sir. Jason, wake up. You look like you've seen

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a ghost. Funny you should say that. Hey Joe, are you all right? Oh, God.

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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APPLAUSE How about them! Kristina and Jason,

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look at that. You should be very proud. A

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beautiful number. What a finish to the show. It's absolutely wonderful.

:34:16.:34:26.
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Wonderful. All right then, now then, Craig? Stone the flamin crows mate.

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Terrible accent, I've really lost it. I thought that was absolutely

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fab-u-lus! However... Oh. There were a couple of mistakes.

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spotted it yeah. It would have been perfect are otherwise. So what, you

:34:47.:34:51.

made a tiny mistake. Some of them have had a tango and they haven't

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even done a tango. He's done a little mistake and you're picking

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on him. Let me reiterate what Brendan said, the make up, the hair,

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the costume people, the production has been fantastic and as far as

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I'm concerned, you have been fantastic as well. Last week you

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took a dip. You're back! Well done. CHEERING

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Back where you belong. You're right the production has been wonderful

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tonight. Alesha? It was so cute. You were charming throughout. It

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was interesting, brilliant routine. Well done Jason.

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Loved the number. Choice of number was marvellous. Kristina, you did a

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good job. Bruno? Bewitchingly brilliant and slightly barmyi. I

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liked that you put in great concept, great choreography, you're back on

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track. Well I can't add to it. Off you go.

:35:47.:35:57.
:35:57.:35:58.

Go on. Climb those stairs or fly up. Yes. Here he is. The king of the

:35:58.:36:02.

quickstep. Len says you're back, that must feel good. There were a

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few mistakes there, but I have to say I had a chat to Harry before

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about counting and I really sort of got that stuck in my head. I think

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it helped me out a lot. Centre. There was a bit of a wrong

:36:14.:36:19.

direction in my spin I think. But that's life, noi. Nobody noticed.

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That's the longest standing ovation so far this series. He's a

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perfectist. May we see the nose wiggle one more time. That deserves

:36:30.:36:34.

a score all by itself. Will you be trick or treating this weekend?

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With the kids, yeah on Monday. Once I relax from the quickstep, I think.

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You might want to keep the make up on. Yes! I have to say, I look

:36:43.:36:46.

rather scary. And that's a good thing. If you're still in the

:36:46.:36:49.

competition, what treat have you got in store next weekend? Next

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week is the rumba. Are we allowed to say that? I think we are. That's

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scary. Is it scary! We'll get there. I look forward to it. The scores

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37 out of 40! Congratulations. That's our biggest score of the

:37:24.:37:31.

series. Thank you so much. Wow. Really well done. The number to

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call for Jason and Kristina: When lines open shortly, if Jason's

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performance bewitched you and you want him back next week. How does

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that sound to you? Yes. I'm speechless. Thank you. All our

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couples have brought us bone rattling ballroom to die for. Have

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you had fun? Yes! We've loved it. Remember, you could change all that.

:38:11.:38:21.
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Lines close at 8.45pm. Voting details can be found at

:38:30.:38:33.

bbc.co.uk/strictly. Russell is kissing everybody. He's just

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spreading the love. To help you decide who gets your vote, here's a

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

:38:48.:42:08.

reminder of tonight's gruesome Well I hope you'll agree that our

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Hallowe'en special has been a scream. Sadly for a couple with the

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lowest combined score will get the chop from the competition. Make

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sure you pick up the phone. Your votes can and do change everything.

:42:20.:42:24.

Nobody in this competition is safe without you. Your stars need you.

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Yes. In the results show tomorrow at 7.25pm, Tess and Claudia will

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say goodbye to our fourth couple. I'll be back in the ballroom at

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It is Fright Night on Strictly Come Dancing, as Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly present a spooky Halloween-themed show. Will the 11 remaining couples give a scary performance, or can they trick the frightening foursome of Craig, Len, Alesha and Bruno into giving them a treat of a score?

Voting lines open at the end of the show. Once judges' scores have been added to viewer votes, the lowest scoring couple will sadly have to leave the competition in Sunday night's results show.

Includes a big Halloween-themed opening number featuring all of the celebrities and their partners.


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