Week 6 Strictly Come Dancing


Week 6

Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly present a bumper bonfire night edition of Strictly Come Dancing. The ten couples try to impress the judges, including Hollywood star Jennifer Grey.


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Last weekend, the nation sunk its teeth into a Hallowe'en spook

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tacular. And from the shadows came a witch, a bat - Lots of tricks and

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quite a few treats. Not forgetting a devil in disguise. Once again we

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were be witched. It was the final nail in the vamp's coffin. This

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week, expect fire works. Burning ballroom questions must be answered.

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Do you trust me? Who will provide the gun powder? Who will lose the

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plot? And who is sitting in Len's chair?

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4 Light the fuse, stand well back... It promises to the dynamite.

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 43 seconds

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From Television Centre, please welcome your hosts, Sir bruce

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What a great crowd! Thank you. Hold on, hold on, don't

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just stand there, sit down! Good evening ladies, gentlemen and

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children. Welcome to Strictly Come Dancing it's nice to see you, to

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see you....AUDIENCE: Nice. And it's nice to see you as ever. Are you

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looking forward to Bonfire Night? No, they've asked me to light the

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fire works. Don't laugh. Are you scared of the explosions? Nigh no.

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What then? Well, they say, "Light the blue touch paper then retire!"

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What are you laughing at? I've said so many times, so many times I'm

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not going to retire. I'm going to keep going until I'm found out.

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Quite right too. Our ten remaining couples are ready to light up this

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dance floor with explosive routines. But sadly, the fifth couple will

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have to leave the competition. Which will shine brightest tonight.

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Shall we light the...the fuse! You'll never puff a candle out.

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It's all right lit. Any way, it ace time to meet the stars of our show.

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Astrologer to the stars, Russell Grant and his partner, Flavia

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Cacace. Singing legend Lulu and her partner Brendan Cole. Waterloo

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Road's chelsee Healey and her partner Pasha Kovalev, Holly

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Valance and her partner Artem Chigvintsev, actress and leading

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lady, Anita Dobson and her partner Robin Windsor. Premier ship's

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footballer, Robbie Savage and his partner, Ola Jordan.

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And finally star of stage and screen, Jason Donovan and his part

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er in Kristina Rihanoff. There they all are!

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There they all are. By the way, than you for all the money today. I

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wasn't actually collecting penny for the Guy, I just dozed off in my

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chair and they started throwing money in my lap! Mind you, I didn't

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do badly. I made �34 and one Australian dollar. Thanks a bunch,

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Holly. Tonight our sparkling stars are

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going to be dancing to impress our judges who will be scoring and then

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they will be ranked on the leader board. Snu but one couple will be

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going up in smoke. And Karen Hardy is joined by Martin

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in the Red button box. Our first couple is Lulu and her

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partner Brendan. After the show tonight, Lulu has

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organised a Bonfire Night party for us all. She's in charge of

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everything, the music, the drinks, the food and she said, "Are you

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coming Bruce? And I said yes, but will there be a potato in a jacket?

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And she said, "Oh, yes, Craig has been invited." I didn't mean it, I

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just read it. Here they are in training.

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Hallowe'en week was the best Hallowe'en I have ever had in my

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whole life. As soon as I took off.... Ooooh,

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everyone's eyes are on you and you'd better get this right. Lots

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of tricks and quite a few treats. thought the concept was absolutely

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great. I loved that exit. I loved Highest score so far - come on!

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The tango is so complicated. have to get your face out there,

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even though it hurts you for the entire time. I'm going to film

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Brendan doing all the steps and pictures at home. That's my

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homework. It's pretty hard not having my

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partner here to dance with, but I have a pretty good replacement.

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Let's tango! Do you think I'm doing a good job?

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Do you want this cup of tea, Brendan? Suit yourself. Last week's

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points were great and I'd love it to go up this week. What are you

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looking at! Dancing the tango, Lulu and Brendan

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 43 seconds

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Cole. CHEERS AND APPLAUSE

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Wonderful, wonderful. Did you like it? I always hover

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there. Are you going to do that to Oh, lovely. Why should Craig - his

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luck always changes. I get nothing standing here. Any way, whilst you

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take a breather and stop kissing me, it's a good time to welcome our

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fabulous singers, Dave Arch and his wonderful, wonderful orchestra.

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And, of course, not forgetting our judges. Welcome, welcome, judges. I

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Now, as Len's on holiday for the week, our guest judge is the star

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of the film Dirty Dancing, Jennifer Gray.

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Welcome to Britain. And in the words of the wonderful film, Dirty

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Dancing, I'd just like to say I hope you have the time of your life.

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Oh yes, I've been a dirty dancer since I was 60. I can almost attest

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to that. You're getting a bit cheeky all of a sudden!

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Welcome, welcome, welcome. I think we're going to start with you,

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Jennifer. What did you think of that offering? Well, how gorgeous

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are you? That was phenomenal. I've been looking so forward to seeing

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you dance and I was not disappointed. And I have just one

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question; I don't know what they're putting in your porridge, but I

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want some. I loved it. Obviously there were little slip-ups, but I

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just loved everything about you. And aleavia, my lovely. - aleavia.

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Lulu, there's always a little mishap about you, we expect it. But

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it doesn't throw you. We commend you to that. But half way through

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the routine you lost that upper strength and I want you to maintain

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it throughout the whole dance. But you are improving and it was

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wonderful to watch. Thank you very much. Now then, Bruno. Lulu, you

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drive me crazy! You started so well, the Queen and mean with the heart

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of stone, look like he smelled. But then what happened? Oh, gone. And

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then the frame went. He was dragging you around at the end.

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You've got to keep your performance going all the way through, because

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you are able to do it. You did it last week. But this week,

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somehow....I Have to rehearse more. More hours.

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Sorry, what was that? Sorry, Bruce, carry on. In Len's absence, by the

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way, Craig, you are tonight's Head Judge! Sorry about that e Brendan

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Well, the head and the placement for me was very, very poor. You

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were looking down an awful lot. I'm sure Brendan has told you about

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that. And the frame. You keep miming, which is driving me mad.

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I sometimes say the words. Yes, you need to stop that. But I thought

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you had a lovely moment up on the bridge, a beautiful ronay, and I

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loved the routine. Hold on. I'd just like to say on

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behalf of all the dancers and the celebs it's an absolute honour to

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have Jennifer on the panel tonight. Yes, Brendan. Well done, Lulu,

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kicking off our fire works night in style. A few wobbles there. Yes,

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but it was fun. I enjoyed it. Jennifer loved everything about it.

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She's coming on leaps and bounds, your girl.. She's getting there.

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And kissing Craig. It seemed to We'll go with that. Kiss Craig

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harder next time! What do you think? Call this number:

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When the phone lines open later on, if you want Lulu to re-light her

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bonfire next week. How does that sound? It really makes me want to

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somehow! # Wayyy-yaaaa-a. Fire work night tonight, Lulu has

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set it all off. Back to you, Bruce Our next couple is Audley Harrison

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and his partner, Natalie. What a nice guy he is. Audley was

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telling me that he hates fire work night. I said why? He said, "The

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rockets get right up my nose." I said" it's your own fault, you

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shouldn't be so tall !" what a stupid joke! Here they are in

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training. Last week, I really let my hair down and let myself go.

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

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unsuited for this dance, but a lovely smile. He's cruising for a

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bruising. It's the second time I've been in the bottom two. So I take

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it on the chin like a man. This week, we are doing the Viennese

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waltz, and OMG it's a tough dance. Viennese waltz is about changing

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momentum and direction quickly. We have to get him on his feet.

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judges are coming down tough. And there are strong dancers and strong

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performers and I really need to get my technique up. I've been idea.

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What? Let's go old school. We're both competitive and want to

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do well. One, two, three, two, two, three. I think you're ready.

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Let's dance! Dancing the Viennese waltz, Audley

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 43 seconds

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MUSIC: "I'm With You" What about that!

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Wonderful! You definitely have a certain grace about you. When he

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moves his arms, it's beautiful. Alesha, start us off. Audley, I

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much prefer you in ballroom dancing. You had such nice control and

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everything was carefully placed without being contrived. But I want

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you to take ownership of the dance and be confident in leading Natalie,

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you're so charming and really endearing. You should be proud.

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I had no idea you could be so delicate and careful and caring.

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You treated her like a Princeess, like a precious china doll. You

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loved every moment to be with her. But you have to be careful. The

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drive, there's a continuous drive through the dance so you must never

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stop the movement. At times you stopped the dance and it looked a

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little bit like you were walking, but overall, a very, very nice

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dance. Now Craig? When you do step, turn,

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step, you need to spot with her head. Your hands still need shaping,

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but I can see you've been working on it. And your head is doing some

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training things, as is the tongue! I couldn't watch your foot work

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because her tongue kept hang out of your head!

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The point is, Natalie didn't tread on it. Carry on? Oh, no, darling,

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it could take all night. Jennifer, finish us off if you will. Well, I

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thought it was Audely enchanting. And it was great considering you

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have a size 16 shoe. 17. But I think you could use a little more

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fire and be a little more dynamic. Take charge of the dance and be the

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master of it. But he does have a certain grace? Oh, yes.

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We all loved it. Everybody loved Beautiful choreography. Audley, you

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brought the A game tonight. Yes. Enchanting and endearing. Have you

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ever been called "delicate" before? No! Some mixed comments from the

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judges, but it won't wipe the smile off your face? ONo, Definitely,

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that was the best we've danced that dance. I loved it. And we can't see

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An eight, there. That's our highest score to date. Is it? Yes. Good man,

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Audley! All right, make a note of this

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number: Call later on if you want to keep

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Audley clear of the bottom two. You don't want that fight on your hands,

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do you? No. The judges' scores may not be enough to save your

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favourite alone. Don't leave it to chance. Now our next couple, Harry

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Judd and his partner, Aliona. Oh, you're wild about Harry. Well, last

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week, Harry impressed the judges with his terrifying tango. Can he

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do the same this week with a sexy samba? Nigh let's find out. Here

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they are in training. There was a lot to be learned about

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last week, but I felt the judges' comments were fair. I'm from the

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world of ballroom dancing and I want to see more than eight bars in

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hold. Art is subjective and for me, you were the king and Queen again

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tonight. She looks at me and said, "Next

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week could be quite challenging. Samba, from what Aliona has told me

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it has to be sexy in the hip action. It will be interesting to see if ki

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pull it off. It's really hard to make it look comfortable. What I

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expect from you in the samba is a lot of hip action.

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Are you listening? Yeah, yeah. Sorry, bounce. It's not enough just

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to have the bounce. Are you listening to me? Yes. Samba is a

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sexy dance. Harry! Yes. I have the perfect

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thing to get you into the mood for samba. Awesome.

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Come on. This is so not what I had Dancing the samba, Harry Judd and

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 43 seconds

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Look at this, Harry! What about it! That was great. Well

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done. The pair of you, that was really something.

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Absolutely wonderful. You certainly got this lot up. Bruno? Harry! That

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was a samba full of pecksappeal and intriguing glimpses of what your

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hips can do. But because you're so good, I have to opponent out that

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it has to be full of abandonment, the samba. Your bounces were full

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of push, instead of let it happen. You're a very good dancer, but this

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one was slightly forced. You have to let it flow out of your body.

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Out of your body, not my body. much flow have you got in your

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body? Plenty, Bruce. Too much. Just relax, if possible. Craig, what did

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you think? Well, the shirt was a slight distraction, I've got to be

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honest! But I did notice, however, your

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bounce action was almost non- existant and a little awkward, only

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on the voltas, but you mastered everything else. I thought it was

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absolutely fantastic. Well done, Craig. Thank out.

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Jennifer, what did you think? Harry. You don't mind if I call you

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Harry, do you. Well, if my husband wasn't so attractive and here in

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the studio audience tonight, I might have found that vaguey

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exciting! And I wouldn't mind to see you let go a little more.

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Really? What did you think, Alesha? I'm not sure Latin comes as easy to

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you as ballroom dancing. You definitely look more comfortable in

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hold. I think you're having fun, but I want to see you really

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capture the spirit of the dance. Kick it up a notch, don't be afraid

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and really go for it. I'd just like to warn Harry, don't

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Yes, Harry, a standing ovation. And dirty dancing in front of Jennifer

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Gray. How was that? It was fun. I must admit I was very nervous for

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me. But you're a drummer, you have rhythm, why do you found it so

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tough? It's the bouncing and the hips, but I got through it and

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that's thanks to Aliona. She's It's still a great score. Yes,

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thank you. No tens from Alesha this week. She said, "Kick it up a

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notch." Absolutely. I'll do that. Remember to call if you thought

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Harry's samba was scintillating and you want him back for more. Next

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week, all our couples will need your votes. Our next couple are

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Anita Dobson and her partner, Robin. Anita is doing the Charleston. It's

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a dance from the 1920s. What a decade that was. The Wall Street

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crash. Prohibition, and the General Strike. But the 1920s weren't all

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bad. It saw the birth of jazz, the birth of television and the birth

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of Bruce Forsyth! Oh, I just love a happy ending!

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Here they are in training. Last Saturday I was very nervous

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because this has been the hardest dance to date. She was the most

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nervous I've ever seen Anita. I got mind my little gravestone I

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was OK. Acting ten. I've had 50 years of standing like an actress,

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and now I suddenly have to stand like an L shape. But I'll get there.

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We are doing the Charleston, which is hots of hands and legs and

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jumping around. Gangsters, molls. might look like a gangster, but the

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similarity ends there. You could be a gangster. Dancers!, I'm

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surrounded by namby-pamby dancers. If I didn't dance you wouldn't give

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I think we should just stoic the regular Charleston, don't you?

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 43 seconds

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Dancing the Charleston, Anita Oh, Anita, look at this!

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Wonderful, absolutely great. Thank you, all. It was like being

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born again. That was so exciting. Craig? You lost a little bit of

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swivel and you were a little bit behind, but you really brought the

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dance to life. I loved it. Jennifer? Well, now I see why

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you're a national treasure. You was beautiful, great spirit. You could

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point the toes a little bit more, but it was beautiful. Alesha?

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did lose timing on occasions but it was light, cute, fun and you

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totally captured the spirit of the dance and I personally think you're

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achieving what you set out to do in this competition, you're turning

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into a dancer. Anita, characterisation, perfect, jazz,

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booze and fun galore. But a couple of mistakes, and you lost the

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timing of the hands a few times, that's it! That's all! It was

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wonderful. Off you go. Be proud.

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Yes, Anita, Anita! It's safe to say, blonds do have more fun. Yes, they

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do. You're an inspiration, where do you get your energy from? I love it.

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You're like a teenager. Alesha said, "You are transforming into a

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dancer." That's the best thing anybody could have said to me, I

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just love it. There you are.

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Call this number later on if you thought Anita, our national

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treasure, had rhythm and you'd like to see her shake her thing next

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Saturday. None of our dancers want this to

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finish just yet. Back to Bruce. Next up is Jason Donovan and his

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partner, Kristina. A very popular young man sneefplt now they're

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doing the rumba, and it's Jason's first romantic dance and to help

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his confidence, he needs to know if there are any ladies in the

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audience who would like to get a bit romantic with him? LOTS OF

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SCREAMS AND SHOUTS I'm sorry, Jason, not one! But I did ask. Here they

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are in training. Last Saturday was an incredible

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evening. Alesha's ten. What can I say?! She'll be happy with me.

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I am. This week we're doing a rumba, the dance of love. That's always

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interesting when I mention that at home because the kids look at me

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and go, "Oh, daddy ." I want a more romantic side from you. Think of

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your first date, or something like this. Well, it's been a while since

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I had one of thoughs, but... Jason, you are a bad, bad man.

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Ladies. Oh. Kristina. Oh, Jason. Oh, you smell overpowering. Why, thank

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you. This Cologne is one quarter spice, three quarters grrrrrr. Miss

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Rihanoff, you look delicious, dance with me.

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 43 seconds

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Dancing the rumba, Jason Donovan Wonderful, wonderful!

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That was like a bit of poetry. Jennifer, will you start us off.

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love that song and I love what you did with it, you just killed me

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softly with that rumba, my friend, but I think you need to dig deeper

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and connect more to your sexy, beautiful partner. I want to feel

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more tension and lust and wow! That's it.

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All right, I think that's enough. You got me going there for a moment.

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Alesha? The rumba is such a difficult dance, and I appreciate

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that, and I commend you for getting through it, but please forgive me,

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I got a little bit bored throughout it. But I think it was contrived.

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You're doing all your teacher told you to do, but it lacked that

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little bit of spark and drive. Don't forget, Joe Calzzgi!

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Jason, it did feel contrived. Do I look at her? The whole thing didn't

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gel compared to your unusual standards. I thought it was just a

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little bit too serious and earnest, if I'm honest. And it did expose

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you. Latin fingers, too many sharp stops. Just not working through the

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four and the one. It's a hard dance. Don't worry about it. I'm not

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worried. Thank you so much for all your comments. Very valid points.

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Well, Jason, you were the love panther, but the judges were a

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little bit catty there. Yeah, it's a hard balance to find the

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character within and being precise with the dance moves. I think

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that's probably the key to the rumba, but I enjoyed the dance, I

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have to say, and it seemed to sit with me in a really nice place as

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shape. Alesha wanted more romance, is there more to give? I think

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there is. But this was a different style. You seemed a little bit

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nervous? Not as bad as the last few weeks. No, no, definitely not. I'm

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a bit dry in the mouth at the moment. Let's see if the scores

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28 out of 406789 Not your strongest score. I think,

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as always, they're very fair comments and it's hard when you're

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involved in a dance to look on the outside. But I do take the comments

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on board and we'll dig deeper if we're here next week. If you want

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to see him dig deeper, write this number down and call later if you

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want Jason back here giving it some on the dance floor next week. Still

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to come, Russell and Robbie. And our gorgeous girls, Chelsee and

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Holly. Our next couple tonight is Alex

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Jones and her partner James. Another popular couple. James told

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me that after the show this evening he's organised a nice romantic

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Bonfire Night party just for him and Alex! AUDIENCE: Ooh! I said,

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"That's nice, when will the fire works start?" he said, "What Ola

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finds out!" Here they are in training.

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On the whole, James and I were really pleased with last week's

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dance. It was the complete antithesis of last week and I

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almost found it erotic. You've upped your game.

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The quickstep is probably the hardest dance we've done so far.

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Don't talk to me at all this week, I'm just going to hammer you.

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are a dillion steps in a minute. It's challenging and tiring.

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Hence... Quickstep. Not slow step. I'm going to push you harder and

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harder every single day. You thought it was tough today? Wait

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until tomorrow. Dancing with the devil.

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You're here tot for the quickstep. James has had an opportunity to

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unleash his inner Sergeant. Go, go, go! Move!

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I always knew he was firey, but this morning, he he's really gone

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for it. You have one more challenge, Dancing the quickstep, Alex Jones

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MUSIC: Don't don'ts If It Ain't Got MUSIC: "It Don't Mean A Thing If It

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 43 seconds

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Up to that fall, your improvement in the last three weeks has been

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incredible. Alesha? I loved that part of the

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routine! Extra point. I know there were a few mistakes and you lost

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your frame at the end, but it was classy, sophisticated. It really

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suited you. When you're tired, keep working, keep pushing because you

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are going from strength to strength. The girl were Wales, you're doing

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good! Alex, you started out in sparkling form and I had frizles

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running down my spine. But you messed up your foot work a couple

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of times but it doesn't matter because overall I thought it was

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great. And Craig? Some small timing issues

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and that was largely due to your heel caught in the dress, and I

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thought you dealt with that amazingly well. You really packed a

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punch in that dance and it was full of personality. Thank you.

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And Jennifer? Yes, Alex, your quickstep was like a fine champagne,

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it was bubbly, ef vesant and it made me feel great. Well done.

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What are you like, you lot. What happened? Did you get your heel

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caught in the dress. It was ashame. And we both went over. It was

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supposed to be like that. It looks like James's boot camp worked.

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not going back next week. To boot 31 out of 40 and you made Jennifer

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Gray giddy. Joo that wasn't me? it was definitely Alex. Phone this

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number if you want Alex to take to the floor again. Oh, yes.

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Next tonight it's Robbie Savage and his partner, Ola.

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Another popular couple. They are doing the waltz. This is a dance

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packed with rise and fall. Robbie has no problem at all with the rise

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but every time it comes to the fall he rolls around, he's in agony

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looking for a penalty! Old habits die hard. Here they are in training.

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Last week, when I danced the paso I was in my element. I loved it. I

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loved the beginning with the cape and the spinning of Ola. I loved

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everything about it it's a shame the judges didn't feel the same way.

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I would have liked a bit more savage. Your hands were like soup

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ladles. After everything I threw at it I was genuinely surprised by the

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comments. And the four, what does he want from me? Strictly has taken

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over my life. I played football for years and years, but everybody just

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talks about dancing. That's Robbie. You do know what I did before

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dancing? Oh, yes, you were a famous hairdresser. I can't go to the gym

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without somebody mentioning dancing. Keep dancing!

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Here, mate, let me give you a hand with that. Thanks. I want you to

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know you're an inspiration. Thanks mate. Yes, I want to be a

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professional dancer now. But I'm a football. He gives it all that, but

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he is a dancer now. Dancing the waltz, Robbie Savage

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 43 seconds

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Lovely, well done. It's a shame about that little tip at the end.

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Yes. Very controlled, very poised, slightly heart broken. That was the

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part, wasn't it. You're most correct performance to date. You

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need to put much more phrasing into the roles.

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Craig. Fantastic rise and fall, but, for me, devoid of any emotion. I

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think you could at least have smiled once through it and you were

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very tense and angry as well. that's what love is. It's tense.

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Jennifer? That's what I love about this competition, it gives someone

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like you, who has natural grace and athleticism, and it gives you a

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chance to bring all of that to the drans floor and transform into a

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dancer. And it's very exciting to watch. That said, I would like to

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see you loosen up and have more chem street - chepls tree with this

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beautiful sexy woman in your arms. I didn't see that I did. Sorry.

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Alesha. I thought you danced it very well, Robbie. And although I

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could feel a little bit of tension where you were concentrating, I did

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see the emotion. T he was all full of love and that's why he was all

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pent up. Here he is. Give us a smile, Robbie,

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I'm missing it. There! So, Craig wanted a smile,

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but it was part of the story. it was.

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I'm not looking forward to the scores. They're probably going to

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be bad. Would you want Robbie to romance you, ladies? Yes. Six weeks

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ago would you have thought you would say, "I love dancing." Well,

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six weeks ago, to have performed in front of millions of people, it

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would be unbelievele. He's very nervous. He can hardly talk.

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29 out of 40. Come on, Robbie, I'm missing the teeth. There they can.

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Call this number later in the show if you want Robbie to give extra

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time next week. How much would that mean, Robbie? Yeah, I love it.

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And you can go to our web site for all the latest gossip. Time for our

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next couple, Russell Grant and his partner, Flavia.

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What a popular pair! Now, Russell and Flavia are massive fans of

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Jennifer Gray's film, Dirty Dancing and as a tribute they wanted to

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copy the iblgonic dearthy dance -- oip the iconic Dirty Dancing lift.

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Well, like you, I was worried so I telephoned Russell and asked, "How

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is it going?" and he said, "Not very well, Flavia keeps dropping

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me." Here they are in training.

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Last week, the pressure of being first on to the dance floor took

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its toll on Russell. I did not quite feel in the groove and I

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think that's due to the fact that you're working on an empty tank.

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Unfortunately, you went wrong quite a lot. The timing was out.

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But you still got the Hallowe'en party started. The music of Kylie

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Minogue, and dancing of Russell Grant, what more do we want? Kylie

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men yoing actually tweeted me. It made my night. The paso doble is

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not a natural dance for Russell. It's very dramatic and all about

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the attack. I have a surprise for him, which I think he's going to

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love in more ways than one. Get in there!

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I'm running! He scores!

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I've turned rather good at this. I think I've learnt now, I know how

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 43 seconds

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Dancing the paso doble, Russell MUSIC: "Carmen" You've done it

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again, look at this! Oh, you've done it a gene, the pair

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of you. Wonderful. The wonderful thing is you really

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look as if you know what you're doing. Thank you. I don't really.

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Craig? Craig's face! I'm not laughing, honestly.

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Astonishing! Is that it? He's lost for words.

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Jennifer? Well, I'm looking at your stars, Russell and if you keep

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entertaining everyone like that, you'll be here for a while.

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I think you're right. Alesha? enough of the strength and drive I

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usually like to A paso, but I always love your interpretation of

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the dance, Russell. I laufrd and smiled with you the whole - laughed

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and smiled with you the whole way. It was brilliant.

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You really loved riding that bull you didn't want to go off, but once

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you started it was good. It was a proper paso. It was Benny Hill's

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version of the paso, but everything was there, the steps and the hands

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that do dishes. I loved it! Everybody loved it. They all loved

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Oh, Russell, you do not let us down, do you my darling. I hope not.

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Every single person in the studio had a huge smile on their face. And

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Craig had one word, astonishing. I'm happy with that. Macho, how did

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you find that? Well, I want to thank the rugby club for all they

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did. Thank you, boys, you taught me how to do the paso. And Bruno

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called it demented but fabulous. loved that.

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24 out of 40. He's got Kylie's backing now. Has he got yours? If

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so, call this number later on if you loved the passion in Russell's

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paso and you want to see him struting his stuff again next week.

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Why wouldn't you? Tomorrow night in our results show,

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sadly two of our dancers will be in danger and it's getting harder to

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say goodbye. Our next couple is Chelsee Healey

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and her partner, Pasha. Chelsee is one of those people who is always

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on her mobile phone. I said to her earlier, "Can I use your mobile?"

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and she said, "Of course, do you want to twitter, look at a couple

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of e-mails, or Apps or use the internet?" and said, "I just want

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to make a phone call." Here they are in training.. Last

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week's performance, I had a little bit of a wardrobe function. I was

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so upset at the time, but looking back on it, I know the first part

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of the dance went really well. She's a wicked little dancer.

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have to forget about what happened. A brand new week. This week it's a

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Charleston. It's very high energy, so we need to make sure all our

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hands and arm positions are precise. The feeling is, it's like polishing

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a mirror. It's all about the hands, hands, hands. It's time to turn to

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the tried and tested form of teaching. Put this on and meet me

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in the car park. Left hand wax on, right hand, wax off. Get to work!

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4 Paint the fence. Oh, come on, Pasha, I've done

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everything you wanted me to do. I've painted the fence, washed the

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car and picturesed. Show me wax on, Dancing the Charleston, Chelsee

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 43 seconds

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Oh, look. That's all for you, darling. Well

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done, you've had a good week. Jennifer, if you will start us off.

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Chelsee, you're the baby in the competition, well, from one baby to

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another, you keep dancing like that and nobody's going to put you in

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the corner. Well put, Jennifer, lovely. And you

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Alesha? This dance really, really suits you, your timing is great

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apart from one or two places and it was a really high-energy dance.

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Stunning. Chelsee the fabulous flapper,

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driving to the limit. And the choreography was excellent.

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Craig? Synchronisity was excellent, apart from where the costume came

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off, and that was the only time you Oh, wow! Jennifer Gray said,

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"Nobody's going to put baby in the corner" the quote of the series.

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You put in more training this time, do you think it paid off? It looked

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like it. Yes. I always think I can do better, but I tried the best.

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You got a standing ovation. I know. We're half way through the

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competition now, Pasha do you think chelgsee can be a contender? -

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Chelsee can be a contender? That is a big score! Safe to say

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you're happy about that? I'm so happy.

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Let's see the wax on wax off one more time. Wax on, wax off. That's

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lovely. The number to ring is this if you enjoyed our Chelsee's

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Charleston and you want our flapper back having a right good time next

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week. This is unmiserable. Back to Bruce. Time now for our last couple,

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Holly Valance, and her partner Artem.

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Another very popular couple. Last week, Holly and Artem took on the

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role of a pair of love-struck swans when they danced to Swan Lake.

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Remember, the music was beautiful. They were so elegant. Half way

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through, there was a lovely old couple over there, sitting there,

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and they started throwing bread. Here they are in training. Not the

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old couple - Holly and Artem. Last week's American smooth was

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fantastic. You were magnificent, Holly. This shows you're a real

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contender in this competition. Getting our highest score yet of 35

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was the icing on the cake. The jive. This week we're doing the

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jive, one of the fastest dances you'll ever do. I'm a bit of a

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sloth. I don't move very fast. I can't do it that fast. This is the

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level of the music and this is the level of Holly. I find the speed of

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the jive really hard. So I have aged a little mission to help. The

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jive's a really fast dance. I don't know if it necessarily suits me,

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but I think this is going to help me get in the mood. Let's

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This is fun! That knocked my socks off!

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Now the jive will seem slow. Yes, it will seem like a slow waltz at

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the moment. You're going down. Dancing the jive, Holly Valance and

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 43 seconds

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Look at this, Holly, you've done it. Shame about the braces. I nearly

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rushed on to fix it, but I thought I'd better not. Alesha? Hony, you

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looked exhausted through that. It was a cool and sophisticated jive.

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And that suits your personality. I liked it a lot. Bruno? It was a

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jive with a twist and a swagger. An element of rock and swing into it.

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Very creative, very, very different, very, very cool, the girl's on top!

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I liked it a lot. That's what I liked about it, you

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were very cool. Craig? I absolutely loved that concept, I thought it

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was brilliant. And finally, Holly, some energy from you. You're

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normally very laid back, Australian. We need to see a lot more of that!

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Jennifer? That was not a traditional jive and you took a lot

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of chances with it and I think it really paid off I was really

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thrilled to see it. Oh, Artem has had a bad leg.

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How hot was that, what a finale. Artem had an jury this afternoon

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and he's limping. I don't know how you do it, the show must go on.

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He's been incredible. We had to alter it a little bit. There was

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littlely smoke coming off your feet, Holly. It's still coming off. I

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need a lie down. How did it feel? That was awesome, it was so quick.

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It was the funest dance so far and his choreography is so cool. Do you

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reckon be your mate, David Walliams liked it? Apaid him off before he

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came! A great score from the judges. Are

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you happy with that? Yes. What can we expect next week if you're still

:23:14.:23:20.

in the competition? Something really slow! But not too laid back

:23:20.:23:24.

and Australian? No, it's a blood pressure thing!

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Make a note of this number and call if you don't want our ballroom

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Belle to run away from the competition. You don't want that,

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Holly? Absolutely not. Let's look Now, remember, you can, of course,

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change all that, because the phone lines are now open!

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The lines will close at 8.15 tonight. A little bit earlier.

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Voting details can be found on the website. And here's a reminder of

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all of tonight's routines and the all-important numbers. What a

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 43 seconds

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Well, what a night. What a night. I hope you agree that our stars gave

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us a perfect night of ballroom. But sadly, one couple with the lowest

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combined scores will leave the competition. That's right. Make

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sure you pick up the phone because your votes can change everything.

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Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly present a bumper bonfire night edition of Strictly Come Dancing. Only 10 couples remain as the action hots up. Expect fireworks as the celebrities do their best to try and impress the judges.

Hollywood star Jennifer Grey foxtrots into Strictly Come Dancing, stepping into Len Goodman's shoes for a week; she joins Craig Revel Horwood, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli.

Voting lines will open at the end of the show. Once the 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.


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