Episode 32 Strictly - It Takes Two


Episode 32

Zoe Ball talks to the lucky couple who managed to avoid elimination at the weekend. Plus another look at the weekend's performances in Choreography Corner.


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From London, this is Strictly, It

Takes Two. Please welcome your host,

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Zoe Ball.

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Hello and welcome to It Takes Two!

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We may be past the halfway point

of the competition, but that doesn't

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mean we're showing any signs

of slowing down over here.

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Oh, no.

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Tonight, the It Takes Two jukebox

will be providing top quality Music.

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Strictly's Director

of Choreography, Jason Gilkison,

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will be teaching us

the perfect paso doble.

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And here to provide some high

calibre conversation

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are this beautiful lot.

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Survivors of the most dramatic

Dance-Off of the series -

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it's Mollie and AJ!

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Like Craig, they make

us weak at the knees -

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it's Debbie and Giovanni!

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choreography police?

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Because Strictly champ

Joanne Clifton is back

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and taking no prisoners.

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It's time for Choreography Corner.

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Joanne Clifton, everybody!

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Don't you look gorgeous in

pinstripes. Shall we continue what

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we started on snond let's start with

Alexandra and Gorka's cha-cha-cha,

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judges full of praise, Shirley

saying she looked like a

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professional and Craig praising her

turnout. Did it turn out to be a

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goody for you?

What I love to her,

she comes out and performs

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everything. So much so that

sometimes the technique suffers. But

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that wasn't the case. She has

actually worked on the technique,

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finally got that turn you. Let's

talk about turnout. In ballet, it is

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basically you turn out from the hip,

I'm not sure because I'm not a

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ballet dancer. You turn your sides

out and knees out. They turn out.

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Latin is different because you have

to keep your knees facing forward,

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it is only the knees that have to

turn out. Demo time...

Exciting

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stuff.

So ballet would be all out,

I'm not a ballet dancer, I'm sorry

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about, that but if you did a rumba

walk or cha-cha walk, the knees

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would go out. It would look like

that. We have to keep your knees

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forward and feet turned out

slightly. About an eighth of a turn.

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When we take a step, we run thighs,

knee, calf, ankle, heel and then

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take the other step and our feet are

turned out. If you have fishnet

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tights on...

As I sometimes do.

You

should be able to hear them, as your

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legs pass. Also, the professional

dancers if you look at Latin shoes,

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a lot have worn away this area here

of the heel from the amount of

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rubbing they have done with the

heels, when they're turned out.

Now

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Ruth and Anton and their

unforgettable paso doble. Craig

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described this pair's routine as a

battle between entertainment and

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technique. Ruth's technique, did it

win out in the end?

I mean, this

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dance, it was amazing. I loved it. I

think the whole nation loved it. It

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was a very different take on paso

doble. Anton choreographed it

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purposefully, comedic, and it was

funny, it was in the right way.

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Thing about Ruth, she was really in

it the whole time. The little looks

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she gave and little shoulder

wiggles, all part of the

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performance, it was amazing. Yes she

could've had more shaping, more body

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shape, and body arch and stuff and

hips forward and things like that

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but you know what, it worked. So,

the ending as well...

Everyone will

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be doing that from now on. Jonnie

and Oti and Bruno was impressed with

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Jonnie's be ability to pulse with

his upper body, did that impress

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you, too?

I think Jonnie is coming

out of his shell quite a will the

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now, as we are progressing down the

line of the show. He definitely did

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move his upper body. He was moving

it to the beat of the music which

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was great. He needs more in his hip.

He could do those exercises, like he

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did yesterday for Gemma. I did it

with the upper body, he can do the

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same keeping his upper body and

figure of eight. . What I'm

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concerned is his hands. There's in

energy in the fingers, if you give a

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hand gesture like point be, if you

are pointing at something oven

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there, you can feel t you don't g

it's over there or a um this is up,

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you don't go like, that you have

energy to the fingertips. To

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practise, he could hold something

disgusting like a boiled sweet with

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a hair on it, something like that.

So the other fingers stay away from

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it and practise bits of the routine

with each finger doing that. So they

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get used to having energy.

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And the American smooth for Darvood.

That looked terrific, that lift

Yes

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the amount of trust you have to have

and to make it look as graceful a

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inseamless as it was, like one hand.

One hand

He must be so strong. This

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was my favourite dance for them. I

think he is the celebrity that has

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improved the most from last week to

this.

Good boy. Iain and I will try

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to recreate that tomorrow night.

Just kidding. Susan and Kevin's

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jive, Craig said the timing and

synchronicity between them was

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amazing, how difficult is that to

pull off?

In a dance such as drive,

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so fast and lots of kicks and flicks

and side by side, so it is obvious,

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if you are doing things side by

side, if someone is tired or slow

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you see it. But side by side they

were great. What I needed from Susan

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- her personality was wonderful,

joyous to watch. She goes for it. I

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would've liked to have seen her a

bit lighter, not so much in the

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kicks and flicks but on the sashay

and the basics. Demo time. To make

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it lighter, more of a retraction in

the knees. In the kicks and flicks,

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she was quite good, lifting her

knees, but the sashay,

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side-close-side, you can't do it on

every step. You have to imagine you

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have a football and your knee in a

football. You have to go knee, side

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close side, and one, da, da.

And

full speed now, Jo.

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Oh, Jo, it is such a treat to have

you back, we love and adore you. Jo

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Clifton.

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My next guests made movie magic

with a foxtrot set in a film studio.

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But despite finding love

on the Strictly dance floor,

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they also found themselves

in the Dance-Off.

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It's Mollie and AJ!

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Oh my darling, you did so well.

There was an incident on a turn...

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But it was also impressive you

picked it up again. Definitely going

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in the right direction.

I thought it

was classy. I thought it was stylish

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and I thought it was elegant, well

done.

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Moly and AJ everybody. What, what a

weekend, I felt for you to be in the

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dance-off and it was so emotional.

You were quite upset by it.

I was, I

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was. It felt like a real lose, lose

situation because to be in the

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dance-off with Aston, you know, he

shouldn't have been in the dance-off

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and to be there, you know I've known

Aston for nearly 10 years, I

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obviously didn't want to go home and

I also didn't want him to go home.

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So it was a really emotional

weekend. So I think you have to, you

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have to try and pick yourself up and

that's what AJ is amazing at. He is

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like - come on, we have to keep

going and be positive and just keep

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dancing, as they say.

Keep

dancing...

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I know. We will discuss more about

the dance-off but your foxtrot was

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worthy of an Oscar, you looked like

Grace Kellie out on the floor. You

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looked so beautiful. Was it a fun

dance to do?

It was the best dance.

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My most favourite dance we've done.

I felt like my grandparents out

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there doing the foxtrot. It felt

really old school, romantic.

It was

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a gorgeous dance

We loved every

minute out there. Even though I

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tripped him up.

It was fantastic

before and after. It had a little

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mistake. It happened to the best of

us. The main thing was, you picked

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up and continued like it never

happened.

That's what the judges

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praised you on, to recover from

something like that was brilliantly

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done. There you go. A tiny little

trip. Back into position.

Back in

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there.

Good work.

Oh dear.

You know

what do you do in a moment like

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that? 'Twas a demonstration of rip

and grip there?

It just shows, we

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train 12 hours a day we are always

doing it and when mistakes happen we

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be it, we make sure we continue for

scenarios like this. You can't say

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on a live show - stop the music,

we'll do it again. You were in a

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good position for hold yourself

together. You had a strong core

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which we have been working on.

We

have been working on the core.

She

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showed it, the strong core meant she

could stay in position, keep smiling

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and continue.

Always smiling. So

good. How does it feel to go into

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the dance-off the second week in a

row? That's tough to take, isn't it?

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It is heartbreaking, to be honest

because we are loving our journey

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and I'm loving learning how to dance

and learning a new skill each week.

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And when that red light goes on you,

you just think - right, this is the

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end of our journey, you can't help

but think that. So, it's, yeah, you

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are really sad. Just loving the

journey, I'm like - please, no, not

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the red light.

Not this week. If you

are feeling disappointed, week 7 is

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notorious for a shock dance-off. In

the last three weeks alone these

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celebs have been in the position you

are now. Caroline Flack and Pasha,

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week 7. Went on, though, to lift the

glitterball, let's remind ourselves.

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Kellie Bright and Kevin week 7. Got

to the final. And received two

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perfect scores. So another great

example and then Ore and Jo an, week

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7 last year and they went on to win.

Wow. I hope that brings you some

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comfort.

I love those facts. Sniek

use that positive energy all week.

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Positivity, positivity. You were

saved by Craig and Shirley. I know

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you are really grateful for that and

I guess you want to go on and show

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them it was the right decision.

Totally. More than everything, we

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want to go on and show how grateful

we are they put us through. We want

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more than anything to get to

Blackpool. It's taken over our

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lives. You can't switch off. Even if

I'm standing in the queue somewhere

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I'm thinking - are my feet at ten to

two, how is my posture? We want to

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stay in as long as we can.

Do you

know what, that never really leaves

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you, I still do occasionally now

still break into a samba. It was

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your birthday. Happy birthday to AJ.

Did you have a lovely time.

I ate

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too much cake on Saturday. And more

cake on the Sunday. A relaxed day.

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Cake, more cake, choreograph, and

get ready for my favourite dance,

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the paso doble this week. I love it.

! And the paso doble to Derek and

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the Dominos, people, come on!

Sounds

so good. What can you reveal about

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this little cheeky number at this

stage

It is going to be a good one.

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Black and gold we will be in. It is

going to be strong, authentic

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colours. ! Yes. She's going to be

spotlighted.

I hope that doesn't

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happen on the night.

A couple of

days franing and this is what

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happens. I think I should get back

into the studio now.

You have to be

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fierce, haven't you?

Ye, I think I

need to bring out, Tallulah Tango.

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She needs to come back out and more.

Is she angrier.

This week we are

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focussed. We know what we want to

do. Get to Blackpool. We are here,

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we mean business and we're going to

show you.

Brilliant. I'm really

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excited about this. And obviously

Ruth and Anton demonstrating how

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pasos should be last weekend.

That's

a for sure.

The best dance

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literally.

I don't know if we can

top that ending.

Can you give me

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your best - ole.

Ole.

I love that.

Good.

AJ how old were you?

I'm 23

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now.

I could be his grandmother!

Good luck. We adore the two of you.

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Moly and AJ.

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Up next, a dance master

class that you two might

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want to pay close attention to.

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You've seen Ruth and Anton's

interpretation at the weekend -

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but what does the perfect paso

doble look like according

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to Jason Gilkison?

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The most dramatic of all the

ballroom and Latin American dances

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has got to be the paso doble. It

takes place in the bullring. The man

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plays the part of the matador and

the lady is his cape. Generally in

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competition dancing the competitors

don't use a cape. On strictly we

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have a physical cape which adds to

the atmosphere. Although the dance

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has its origins in southern Spain,

the original couple dance came from

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France. Once you have said the

character of this particular dance,

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the first thing you will learn is

the Apel. This is a strong stamp and

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indicates to the lady, this is where

I am going. Of the man and the woman

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have to have a really strong posture

with the centre being right between

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the rib cage. A truly important the

hips are moved forward Andy Legg

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goes right up two underneath the

armpit. -- and the leg. You have to

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imagine if the bull was charging

towards you, you would move your

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hips out of the way to avoid getting

stabbed. One of the most popular

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steps is a wheat, French for eight.

Eight steps to move the lady from

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the right to the left. The man

stands on one particular Place,

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brings his feet together and keeps

stabbing on the spot while he is

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shaping his partner from left to

right. The female is actually

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continuing her body in one direction

until the man changes to the other

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direction. Another movement very

similar, but turning from left to

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right, is a chassis cape. It starts

with one, two, three, chassis cape,

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move the leg to the other side. Move

back in front of you. Something else

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that is also very distinctive in the

paso doble is the use of arms and

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legs. The arms are kept in place.

The arm stays in frame the whole

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time. With circular actions on the

hand, it rotates left and right. In

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this particular dance you don't want

to break your focus.

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This is a dance to the death.

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The guy has to say -- stay really

strong and controlled the whole

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time, while the lady has just a

fluid and focused on the man so she

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can depict the cape.

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In the paso doble, you have an

actual narrative you have to thread

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through the whole time while staying

focused, stained dramatic and

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staying arrogant.

If the bull doesn't get you, Craig

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well.

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-- Craig will. That is how it is

done.

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A big thanks to Jason,

Pasha and Chloe.

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Next up, what do Barry Manilow,

Tina Turner and Sir Tom

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Jones have in common?

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They have all shot to fame

after being featured

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on my next segment -

but who will get their

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big break this week?

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There's only one way to find out -

it's Tunes On Tuesday!

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This weekend's playlist promises

to be full of some absolute tunes.

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So shall we see what's up first?

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Here goes.

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It's 'Firework' by Katy Perry.

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What a banger!

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The music video famously

features fireworks shooting

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out of Katy's bosom -

please don't try this at home.

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But did you know the singer,

who once kissed a girl and quite

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liked it, is actually the daughter

of two pastors?

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Now you do.

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So who will be hoping

for belated fireworks

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at the weekend with this number?

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Here we go.

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It's Susan and Kevin -

they'll be dancing a tango.

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Right, what's next

on the jukebox, baby?

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This is 'You Don't Have

To Say You Love Me',

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made famous by the legendary Dusty

Springfield.

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But did you know it was

originally an Italian song

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composed by Pino Donaggio?

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What is that you are doing?!

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While you're here, what was

the original called Giovanni?

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Io che non vivo (senza te).

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Which actually means?

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I, who can't live without you.

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Very sweet of you to say.

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Anyway, Dusty made it her mission

to record an English version,

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and it's since been covered

by everyone

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from Elvis Presley to

Loose Woman Denise Welch.

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We looked like Sisters!

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I love it when you do that. I don't

know what it is.

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But who will be hoping for

an international smash with this?

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It's Gemma and Aljaz, and they'll be

dancing a Viennese waltz.

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Absolute lunatic.

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We've just got time

for one more song.

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Yes, one of our couples will be

doing the Lambeth Walk

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on Saturday night!

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Oi!

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This song is from the 1937 West End

musical, 'Me and My Girl'.

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Based on a cockney strut,

it swept the nation,

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with even King George VI

and Queen Elizabeth attending

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a performance and joining

the audience in a singalong.

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Is this the actual... ? I've no

idea.

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But who will be taking

the Lambeth walk all the way

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to the Strictly dance floor?

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Let's find out...

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It's Davood and Nadiya!

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They'll be dancing

a Charleston to this.

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Sounds like a right

East End knees up!

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To find out the rest of the songs,

head to the Strictly website.

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Time now for my final

guests of the night.

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I have got a feeling they are going

to be in high spirits, it is Debbie

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and Giovanni.

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My darling, it was like watching a

tango masterclass. A flawless.

It

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gave me tingles down my back. I

don't think I have ever seen a tango

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like that from a celebrity.

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CHEERING.

Come on! Where do we even start?

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Very excited. Congratulations on the

first perfect score.

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CHEERING.

It's absolutely amazing. What has

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the response been?

Fantastic.

Everywhere we have gone, everybody

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has been wonderful and excited for

us. We have been really excited as

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well.

Giovanni knows all of the

judges' comments off by heart! It is

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hard to get a nice word from Craig,

let alone for him to buy down. --

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bow down. Were you worried when he

came out from behind the desk?

I

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was, actually. Nothing happened. He

just went on his knees and it was

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like wow!

I'm used to men being on

their knees!

Debbie McGee, you say

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the funniest things! I am actually

speechless.

Not Craig!

Debbie, you

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were rendered speechless yourself on

Saturday night. How was that

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experience?

It was just surreal. It

is the best thing that can possibly

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happen to you on Strictly. Craig

just doesn't do things that. I was

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like Giovanni. I thought I wasn't

holding my posture and he was going

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to come and show it. When the other

judges were saying such amazing

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things, it is what everybody would

wish. I feel really lucky.

It was

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hugely emotional. You are emotional,

Giovanni, as well. It is probably

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the second time on Strictly you have

had a perfect score.

There was one

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in the final with Georgia. To get a

40 on week seven is really nice. You

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feel really good. I felt really

good. We worked really hard. When we

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get to the end of the week, it is a

really nice feeling. There is always

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a but. That was week seven. Now we

have to focus on the next week.

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Debbie, you had sleepless nights

over the stance last week. What was

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worrying you?

The whole dance, the

technique, could I acted properly?

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It was worrying me. I was practising

and practising. I couldn't sleep.

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Practice makes perfect. Look what

you did. It is incredible. I have a

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bone to pick. Because of you, we now

have to rewrite our Strictly history

0:24:500:24:54

book. Not only was this the first

perfect 40 of the series, this is

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the earliest there has ever been a

perfect score in the competition.

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CHEERING.

Only three tangos have ever scored

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maximum points. I present to you the

holy Trinity. Kim Billy Walsh and

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Pasha in 2012 in the final. Kellie

Bright and Kevin, 2015. And there

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you are, Debbie McGee and Giovanni.

Look at that look on Giovanni's

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face. Well done. Incredible. Debbie,

you are the only person to have got

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a 40 outside the final.

I can't

believe it. It just is fantastic. I

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can't believe what is happening in

my life. I wish everybody could feel

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like I feel at the moment.

I think

we are filling it with you. Also,

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Giovanni, Darcey... Why not leave

her to do the choreography?

Exactly!

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I'm going to have a day off. That is

the biggest compliment I could have

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received from the judge. When my

celebrity dancers as a professional

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dancer, it means I did a great job

and I did teach the correct moves. I

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am really pleased.

Very chuffed

indeed. Top of the leaderboard for

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three weeks. How do you maintain

that standard?

We are just doing

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what we do every week. We forget

Saturday. We go in on Monday and

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learned the next dance. That is like

starting on week one. Every dance is

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so different. It is just focus,

let's had a good time and learn a

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new dads.

Well said.

Salsa this

week. To a corking cheer, let's here

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at!

-- tune.

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That is proper disco, proper fast.

What can you tell us?

It is a fast

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routine again. Completely different

to the tango. A lot of hip movement.

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Sexiness. And lift.

I know what you

mean! Debbie, you have given us some

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great lifts already. How do you

feel?

How do I feel?!

I won't be

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eating too many chips this week. I

will have a go at anything and that

0:27:400:27:44

is what this programme is about. To

see what I can do. We will see what

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happens. I am more worried about

letting go in the salsa. I am not a

0:27:490:27:54

disco queen.

You can bring it. And

you have got the best teacher.

Say

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again.

You have got the best

teacher. Good luck.

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CHEERING.

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That's all we have time for tonight.

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Join me tomorrow at 6.30, when I'll

be chatting to Alexandra and

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Gorka, and Joe and Katya.

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Plus, Ian Waite is here

for his first warm-up of the week.

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And Shirley Ballas will be giving us

all a lesson in the cha-cha-cha.

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I can't wait.

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Goodnight.

0:28:250:28:26

Zoe Ball talks to the lucky couple who managed to avoid elimination at the weekend. Plus another look at the weekend's performances in Choreography Corner. And an exclusive listen to some of the songs the couples will be dancing to this weekend in Tunes on Tuesday.