But which of the pairings could be on a fast track to the Glitterball trophy — and which could be on an even faster track to the exit door? Last week they were in the bottom two, can this performance win the love of the judges or the audience?
Vanessa accepts it with good grace: Advertisement How will they fare: I really want this to be the dance of love. Bruno thought it was "like a series of erotic friezes". Can we have a double firing?
Definitely the strongest male dancer, although to be fair he doesn't have much competition. Leave a comment Water cooler conversations will have a clear focus from now on with the unveiling of the Strictly Come Dancing line up for on Monday.
Len throws in lots of dance step names I can't spell, whilst Bruno thought it was a sophisticated Samba - chic, yet sexy. Last week, Ben was a bit wooden.
Craig loved the storytelling too, but his hands are ruining his dancing. Let's get Reid-y to Rumba. Mark, Ben, Susanna, Natalie and Deborah.
Truly autumn is upon us! Darcey missed the glamour and flair of the American Smooth, but she loved how he supported Iveta in the promenade.
As for Pasha, he must be desperate for a win after finishing as runner-up for the past two years. Tinsel cleavage aside, this is a lovely waltz with lots of romance. She is a very elegant mover.
In training, Ashley does some hula-hooping to improve his hip action. Despite the slightly lacklustre rendition of Love Is In The Air, Ashley is doing a very decent job, although I could pass on the s disco hip rolls and flappy arms.
How will they fare: