Sunday night will see yet another Strictly hopeful waltz off the show. After last week's 'spooktacular' Halloween special, Saturday night's episode marked the return of some more traditional ballroom costumes and some seriously competitive dancing.
Kimberley Walsh made a striking entrance as she was lowered to the stage wearing a dramatic red number. The Girl's Aloud singer triumphantly danced through the pain of her knee injury earning an impressive score of 33.
But yet again series' high flier Denise Van Outen finished the show top of the leaderboard, leaving last week's leader, Olympic gymnast Louis Smith, in fifth position after his samba to Ricky Martin's classic hit: La Bomba.
Some contestants who struggled at the beginning of the series, continued to make positive progress. Cricketer Michael Vaughan, Westlife's Nicky Byrne and Olympic cyclist Victoria Pendleton, who was named British ambassador of the year at an award ceremony on Wednesday, each looked pleased with the judges comments and scores.
Whilst TV presenter Richard Arnold currently sits at the bottom of the leaderboard, it is still unknown who will be next to leave the 10th series of Strictly and follow after Eastender's actor Sid Owen's exit last week.