Episode 37 Strictly - It Takes Two


Episode 37

Zoe Ball talks to the lucky couple who managed to avoid elimination at the weekend. We take a 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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CHANTING: "Blackpool!

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Blackpool!

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Blackpool!

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Just getting that out

of the way first.

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Promise we won't mention it again

for a about five minutes.

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Now, let's see who's waiting

patiently in our green room.

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Still recovering from that

head-spinning Viennese Waltz,

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it's Gemma & Aljaz!

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APPLAUSE

I love these two.

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And those hips don't need

replacing - it's Joe & Katya!

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APPLAUSE

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But now, it's time to

give the weekend's routines

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a thorough examination.

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Who could it be?

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It's time for Choreography Corner!

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Erin Boag, everyone!

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Oh what a treat. Gorgeous to see

you, as always.

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Let's start with Alexandra and

Gorka's incredible Argentine tango.

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Both Shirley and Darcey commented

on how it felt like a private dance

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with nobody watching.

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How do they get it to be so

intimate?

What makes a good

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Argentine tango is the fags,

embrace, the story-telling. The

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content of the routine. They had all

of that. I had chills up my spine.

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As soon as she started. The step

here where she leans on him, and

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then into a series of Gauchos, look

at this, with her left leg and right

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underneath and in front of her own

body. It is so tremendous, it's like

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she oozes charisma and she's got

such passion when she dances, it's

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just wonderful to watch. Every week

I love watching her.

We just get

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lost in them. Don't we? I have

chills on my chills, now. Jonnie and

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Oti found themselves in the bottom

two, their foxstrot left the judges

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a little underwhelmed.

Well, I was

quite emotional. I wasn't thereby,

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but she choreographs, great

routines. It is a little ploddy,

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there he is, that should be on the

balls of his feet. Now Darcey

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commented his right shoulder keeps

popping forward. It does ever so

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slightly. I am going to demo this

and show you how easy it is to fix

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this. It is a common fault for men.

She squeeze and their right shoulder

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pops out. This is the result of the

left side. Now if he were to pick up

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his left side up and forward, this

shoulder would go back into place.

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And in promenade position, because I

know he has tango next week, so it

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is important. This can happen if he

drops off. If he picks up the left

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side, he goes back into place, easy

fix but he has to do it.

He has to

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do that.

See that.

Jonnie, take

note. It could make all the

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difference.

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Mollie and AJ'S paso.

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After two weeks in the dance-off

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they were really determined

to make it through.

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How was that reflected

in the choreography?

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She was totally unutterly

determined. I could see T it is hard

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mentally to be in the bottom two.

Here goes the twist turns. Now what

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happens is all of the tension went

up here in her shoulders. So she

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needs to relax this and open up this

area here and present herself, long

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back of the neck and long front of

the neck. I froze this moment. You

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can see T because she's so intense,

it all went in here -- you can see

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it. Because she is so intense, it

all went in here. She doesn't do it

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in the Latin, she sometimes does it

in the ballroom. She has to relax,

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present this area, open it

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Now there's nothing like a rumba

to get people talking.

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Let's look at Joe

and Katya's routine.

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Bruno said it had the perfect

balance of presentation

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and interaction.

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Would you agree?

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up. Ye, I would. It was beautiful. I

can see how hard Katya was worked.

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But what I like about him is his

line, his partnering skills. Bang,

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bang, bang. He is in control she can

dance on balance and he knows what

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she is doing. We froze it. He is

making a great line right through to

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the right foot to the top of the

left hand. That's beautiful. They go

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into the sliding doors. Now not only

does he dance through his feet and

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hips but his whole arms they

present, up and over. So he is using

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everything he's got and dancing to

the fullest to make the biggest,

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biggest impact. It's brilliant. I

can see a big improvement from week

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to week.

Good boy, Joe. I love that.

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We'll pause it there for the moment,

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but Erin will be back later to chat

about the rest of our couples.

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For now, give it up

for Erin, everyone!

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APPLAUSE

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Time to welcome my next guests now.

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We don't have to say

we love them - but we do!

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Give us a Viennese twirl,

it's Gemma and Aljaz!

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# You don't have to say you love

me...#

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I saw a great difference in your eye

level which was brilliant.

Work on

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the inner emotions. I want to feel

what you feel.

Performance is as

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important as the technique. Look at

him, you have Aljaz, you are not

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holding a laundry basket.

Gemma and

Aljaz. You did that in the

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Clauditorium. You had packed your

suitcase for Blackpool. You had a

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plan. A beautiful dance, you were

holding on so tight. How did you

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feel?

The ending oshlingly was come

out of the spins and do a move and

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to thor to the suitcase. We tried in

rehearsals and I was to thorring off

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like this, I said - you know what,

in the end just hug me.

I could

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really feel for you, Bruno said you

were holding Aljaz like he was a

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laundry basket. He does smell

divine. Do you ever confuse the two?

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No, look how hand some he is. You

are not a laundry basket. I was

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doing it.

. It is understandable.

There is a very famous Slovenia

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brand of laundry basket, kiss me

quick.

And what about the shoe

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coming off. What happened there?

Things like that do happen. My foot

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slipped out of my shoe. It went back

in but not properly. So for the rest

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of the dance I was thinking - oh my

gosh, my shoe. But things like that

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happened. I said to him after -

Cinderella lost a shoe and still

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went to the ball. I'm still going to

the ball.

Yes.

Cinderella going to

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Blackpool!

Shirley said, we must

quote this "You have to get your

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devotion and your motion to come out

as emotion." Now, if that isn't a

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met vagusal quote, I don't know what

is. We heard that. We got it printed

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on to a mug for you, guys.

Oh, thank

you.

The best gift ever.

Don't say

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we never give you nowt. On that

subject, do you know what she means?

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No. I do and I don't. I think it is

a lovely saying. It looks great on a

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cup. But Gemma has been doing this

for around ten weeks now. Viennese

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waltz I knew from day one would be

the hardest we would tackle in

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ballroom. With all the spins and all

the turns and we had to figure the

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posture for her to do it properly to

have something to focus on in the

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room. There might have been a moment

in that dance where the face wasn't

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fully engaged and portraying the

story, that there should have been

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but I think it's impressive for

Gemma to get through a Viennese

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waltz and there were so many steps,

so many changes, so I forgive my

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partner that has danced for ten

weeks, that the face wasn't engaged

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for that one time. I forgive you.

That's yes, sir a gorgeous cheaper.

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So I'll put the cup here.

Smash it.

Fought back in the middle.

That will

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be mine on Sunday. The best thing

is, you get to go to Blackpool. It

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is your birthday this weekend. It

could get messy.

19 again.

A bibe. E

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-- a baby. It's the American smooth

for you. You must have something

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epic planned, you missed out on

Blackpool last year.

Something epic.

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I can't wait to do it.

It's so

Blackpool.

I love the fact you are

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saying it is so Blackpool. You and

your family go there every year. Are

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you going to show him the stiets?

Definitely. Take him on the roller

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coasters, hit the lovely beach.

I

heard it was like the Maldives

I do

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love Blackpool. I was there in July

I went there 234 July.

We go back to

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lift. Last time lifts, how are you

ribs and how is it going to be going

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upwards?

We did a few today in

training...

Light, light.

There is a

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great, no pain at all.

Keep strapped

up, smile through the pain. We're so

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looking forward to your birthday

weekend in Blackpool. So smash t my

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darling. Gemma and Aljaz. It really

does work. Look at them

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Now, our couples may have made it

through to Blackpool

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but that doesn't mean they can sit

back and relax -

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there's dancing to be done -

but first we need some music.

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It's time for Tunes on Tuesday!

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# Are you all ready for this...#

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Are you ready for

a Blackpool takeover?

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Almost as famous as the Wurlitzer,

it's our own music making machine...

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Jukebox, play us our first hit.

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MUSIC: Sweet Dreams

by The Eurythmics

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It's 'Sweet Dreams'

by The Eurythmics.

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Released in 1983 it reached number

two in the UK charts.

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In the now classic music video,

Annie Lennox sported her iconic

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cropped orange hair

and tailored black suit.

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But she almost had her limelight

stolen by rather large cow!

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Appropriately enough,

the lyrics are often

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misheard as "Sweet dreams

are made of cheese"!

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"Who am I to disagree?"

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Cheese, cheese.

Thank you so much,

Aljaz.

You're welcome, for the

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cheese.

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So, who will brie hoping to impress

the judges with this one?

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I can only apologise!

Who is it? Who

is it?

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It's Jonnie and Oti.

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Right, what's next

on the Blackpool playlist?

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# When you're alone and...

# You can always go

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# Downtown...#

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MUSIC: Downtown by Petula Clark

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Yes, it's Downtown!

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By none other than the "First Lady

of the British Invasion",

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Petula Clark...

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Who was the first female

singer from these shores

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to have a number one hit in the US.

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They couldn't get enough

of us Brits in the '60s.

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Who could be dancing to this?

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It's Gemma and Aljaz!

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as you can tell, they are quite

happy about it, they will be doing

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an American smooth, which looks

nothing like this. Too much, love.

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Right, last one, here we go, what's

it going to be?

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MUSIC: The Gold Diggers' Song

(We're in the Money) - 42nd Street

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It was originally sung by Ginger

Rodgers in the aptly-titled movie

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gold-diggers. It was directed by

Busby Barkley, who got as many show

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girls in his performances, as he

could, just like this, he likes

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overheadcam radio trickery. Aren't

they glorious. Right, who will be in

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the money with this one? Let's find

out.

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It's Alexandra and Gorka!

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And they'll be dancing a quickstep.

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Thank you.

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To find out the rest of the songs,

head to the Strictly website.

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Right, Erin, it's time to head back

over to Choreography Corner.

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Welcome back Erin Boag!

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Nice choreography over there,

darling.

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Time to look at the rest

of our Blackpool hopefuls now.

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Starting with Davood and Nadiya.

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Their charlston saw them go joint

top of the leaderboard.

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Shirley said the choreography

was outstanding.

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What made it so special?

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What he does here, comes out right

at the beginning. They talk about

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foot swivels. He faces the judges.

Look at me, I can do this, no

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problem. If that's not enough. Not

only does he lift very well, he

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throws her over his shoulder. Dough

now how hard that is with

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eight-and-a-half stone on your back.

Great improvement from week to week.

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Good boy

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Onto Susan and Kevin's tango now,

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which was all about channelling

Susan's serious/dramatic side.

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Did she pull it off

with this routine?

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.

It was really nice to see these

two come out with no gimmicks this

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week. Come out and do a proper

tango. She stayed very serious and

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in character throughout the whole

dance. She stayed nice and flexed in

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the knees. What she needs to do from

now on to improve, especially with

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ballroom, is her upper body. It is a

little bit Flopsy all over the

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place. Her right arm goes straight

and pushes away. If you have a look

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here, I think we've frozen it. Look,

that happens right through the

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routine. I think I know why.

OK.

It's demo time.

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CHEERING

Here we go.

You imagine the man

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standing in front of you. You want

to put, ladies, your right underwire

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up on the man's line. Up and out to

the left. What's common for all

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ladies, to make this line out to the

left, they push from their right

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arm. It goes straight. You can't do

that. You have to hang left. Keep

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your arm up and forward. And create

your line. You see that? Nice and

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easy. None of this. Anton's been

going at me for 21 years. He keeps

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saying, too strong.

Not underwire.

I

don't give him underwire. I give him

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underwire, I don't give him bust.

He's furious.

You can't push off

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from theasm. It's quite heavy, the

man's left arm.

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Next up, Gemma and Aljaz.

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The judges thought their Vienesse

waltz lacked emotion,

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despite the steps being there.

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What did you think?

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This this is our industry is what

you call nice. She takes hold, looks

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lovely, dresses beautifully, she

dances nicely. At this stage in the

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competition, you can't be nice. You

have to have a bit of wow. You have

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to show emotion. Gemma ask an

actress. She goes out, learns her

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scripts, goes out and plays the

part. The same in dancing. You have

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to learn your steps and dance your

steps right through from your feet

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to your ankles through your upper

body through your arms and through

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your face. You have to tell a story.

I think that's what she's lacking.

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But, because of her background, I

don't think it will be a problem.

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And finally, the first

dance in Strictly history

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to feature an eye-test.

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Debbie and Giovanni's salsa.

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We certainly couldn't

take our eyes off it.

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How about you?

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She's got so much energy. Actually,

energy for a woman half her age. It

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is always sublime. What I want to

show here, Debbie doesn't often make

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mistakes. This is not a negative,

it's a positive. It's how she picks

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up on the routine so fast. She did a

spin left, we went reverse. Missed

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the hand but she knows she has this

great big lift here. I have to get

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my hand between my thighs. But what

whack. Did anyone see that? Probably

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not. It was played slow there, you

did. She picks it up. At this stage

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of the competition, you've one

chance everybody is good. You've got

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to go out. If you make a mistake

like Debbie did, that's how you go

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about t you've got to carry on like

nothing's happened.

I feel quite

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driven now. Erevidisie rip, always

gorgeous to see you.

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Time for a little behind the scenes

insight now, and did you know,

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the glam squad's not just for girls.

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Here's your quick and easy guide

to what the experts call.

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Male grooming - Strictly style!

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I'm Lisa Armstrong, the make-up

deIainer.

I'm the hair supervisor.

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We're here to help you create your

favourite looks at home with ease.

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Today, we're concentrating or

efforts in the lovely Ed here. Not

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everybody knows this but boys do

wear make-up too. We're going to

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give him a lovely Strictly makeover.

We're taking Ed's lovely hair out of

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his face. With the boys on Strictly

they whizz around the dance floor at

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100 miles per hour and suite a lot.

We prep the skin in order to combat

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that. I'm using cleansing water

across the forehead, down the nose,

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the side of the face. We're not

caking him in make-up. We're going

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to enhappens his beauty. We're using

an anti-shine. This is used as a

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primer underneath whatever

foundation or base you're going to

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use. It just helps the product to

sit on the skin. Now we'll use a

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tinted moisturiser. Preps the skin

for more of a heavier base we'll

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apply after this. It's nice and

light. It adds a bit of colour and a

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bit of texture to the skin. That

already starting to take shape. I'll

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use a tiny bit of under-icon sealer

to take aany dark circles underneath

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the eye. Tap it on. Blend it out.

We'll add some powder. Powder's

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important when we're working with

the boys on Strictly. It will set

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the make-up and hold everything in

place. We're going to finish with a

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tiny bit of lip balm lightly patted

on to the lip. You're strictly ready

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with your face, now it's your hair.

The biggest problem we have is when

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they're dancing they sweat a lot. We

need to get products in that will

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hold the hair in place all the way

through their dancing. We have to

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start by wetting the hair.

Don't you

met Mike make-up!

No, I won'tment

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don't worry about that. We'll get

lift in the front. I'll start by

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drying it through. Now the hair's

dry, I'm going to use a matifying

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powder. As you can see, Ed's hair

grows forward. We need to get some

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lift in this. Take small sections

and sprinkle it in at the root. Just

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go along, do the same throning right

through to the front -- same thing

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right through to the font. That will

take shape and do what it's supposed

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to do just with the powder. The next

thing is texture spray. I spray that

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through. Move the hair into the

shape that I want it. I'm taking a

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tiny bit of cream wax now. Then I'm

just going to scrunch a little bit

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into the ends. The mistake a lot of

guys make with their hair is

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whacking a load of wax into it. It's

too heavy. Your hair will just flop.

0:22:220:22:26

Doing these steps will make your

hair stay where you want it to be.

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I'll finish this off with some

hairspray. Stand back, Lisa. That

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will hold everything in place. I can

tweak the final little bits. A final

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tip which the boys seem to like and

use quite a lot, to give it a little

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bit of lift, get a tail comb, poke

it in, lift little bits that you

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want to and break it up a little

bit. Then, if you want to give it a

0:22:540:22:59

final spray... Seeing as it's

Strictly... And that's probably a

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quarter of the amount of spray that

the boys actually put on their hair.

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There you go, aify Strictly tips for

you on male grooming. And now, he's

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ready to go.

Thank you to Lisa and

Lisa and Ed. My final guest dance

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add lovely rumba on Saturday.

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How do I know this?

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Because like Shakira once

said, "Hips don't lie".

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It's Joe and Katya.

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We haven't seen many celeb men do

this well. Your hip action was

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really lovely. Great partnering

work.

It had a perfect balance of

0:23:420:23:48

presentation and interaction with

your partner.

I thought you did an,

0:23:480:23:53

questions the job, so well done.

0:23:530:23:54

Joe & Katya, everyone!

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Look at that movement. Joe, you

can't stop. Never ever stop. Joe,

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Joe, what do you know? How are

things in cocoamo? My dad used to

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say that. You're going to Blackpool.

I don't know why. In the beginning,

0:24:100:24:18

it was I'd like to do well. Now it

is, we need to get to Blackpool. Sad

0:24:180:24:24

Ruth didn't make it.

She's OK.

She

can hold her head up. She was

0:24:240:24:30

brilliant.

You had a love-hate

relationship with the rumba. How do

0:24:300:24:35

you feel about it now?

It is the

dance of love. I love it. I don't

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know why everyone gives it a hard

time. It's a beautiful dance. My

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signature dance from now on. It is a

slippery one. You don't know what

0:24:430:24:47

it's meant to feel like because

you've never done it before. I trust

0:24:470:24:51

this woman implicitly. It is the

hips and isolation and then the

0:24:510:24:56

hips.

That's correct.

You've taught

him so well. You are a good student.

0:24:560:25:03

Sophie brook in Yorkshire wrote

online.

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So sweet. Did I see that. It was

lovely to read.

Very happy.

It's not

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bad.

Three-and-a-half days is

incredible.

0:25:260:25:30

Craig and Shirley disagreed

with each other on the flow

0:25:300:25:33

through "the four" -

what

0:25:330:25:34

were they talking about?

0:25:340:25:37

I can talk the talk but I think I

should walk the walk.

Is it demo

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time?

It's demo time.

I love it.

What I think they were discussing is

0:25:410:25:49

the fact on rumba we move during two

and three and the four, one we're

0:25:490:25:54

meant to hold. What I believe in is

our feet is what defines the rhythm.

0:25:540:25:59

OK. So if my feet are moving on two

and three and four, hold one, I

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don't move, I fell over there. I'm

wearing high heels. But our body and

0:26:060:26:13

hips and arms should not stop. What

we worked really hard on is we don't

0:26:130:26:18

go four, one, two, three, four, one.

We washed really hard that our body

0:26:180:26:24

and arms and into the hip continues

through one and we go two and three

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and four and one and two and three.

Now we understand!

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APPLAUSE

We squeeze.

And a big finish as

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well. I love that. Shirley's been

calling you the dark horse. Ore said

0:26:390:26:44

you were a unicorn? How are you

taking to that?

You know, it's fine.

0:26:440:26:51

I really don't think of myself in

those terms. I'm getting through

0:26:510:26:54

week by week. I've no goal or finish

post in sight at all. I don't think

0:26:540:26:59

you can. There are some amazing

dancers left. I'm not looking around

0:26:590:27:03

at all, it scares me slightly when I

do. I'm cob accept traiting on what

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I do.

Every dance is different.

It

is a whole new world you're learning

0:27:070:27:12

every single week. You can't rest on

your laurels, I've got this. We

0:27:120:27:15

don't. You have to keep trying and

listening.

Let's talk about your

0:27:150:27:20

music for Blackpool. Black Box. Come

on. Somewhat hysterical.

So chuffed.

0:27:200:27:33

She sings the wrong lyrics.

Got to

get up, got to get up, got to get up

0:27:330:27:40

the leaderboard! This is going to be

glorious.

It will be fun. We're

0:27:400:27:47

throwing the kitchen sink at it. It

is a big routine. It has to be.

0:27:470:27:51

We're in Blackpool. Extra dancers

and trickery thrown in.

Trickery,

0:27:510:27:59

you're terrible.

That's all I'm

saying at this point.

Last week,

0:27:590:28:04

your theory was more is not enough.

And practice makes progress. We made

0:28:040:28:09

a mug for Gemma so we felt you

needed the T-shirt.

I'm expecting

0:28:090:28:13

you to wear that every day.

Every

day. If not wear it as a head band.

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Isn't it brilliant?

It is a salsa.

Are you building a pour root toe

0:28:190:28:25

here? Are we getting the guacamole?

Cheese, sour cream.

Spiciness.

0:28:250:28:31

Everything. Honestly. It will be

epic.

Is it?

I am really, really

0:28:310:28:37

looking forward to this.

It will be

good.

Good luck up in Blackpool. Joe

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and Katya.

CHEERING. That is all we've time for

0:28:420:28:47

tonight. Join me tomorrow at 6.30.

I'll chat to Alexandra and Gorka and

0:28:470:28:54

Ian wait warms us up for Blackpool

weekend. Until then, good

0:28:540:28:57

Zoe Ball talks to the lucky couple who managed to avoid elimination at the weekend. We take a look at the weekend's performances in Choreography Corner and we get an exclusive listen to some of the songs the couples will be dancing to this weekend in Tunes on Tuesday.