Frankie Bridge tops the Strictly leader board with first 10 of the series

hellomagazine.com Frankie Bridge became the first celebrity to score a ten points on series12 of Strictly Come Dancing.

The Saturdays singer was awarded the maximum score by guest judge Donny Osmond, bringing her total score for the evening to 45 out 50.

The 25-year-old, whose footballer husband Wayne Bridge sat proudly in the audience, beamed as she and her dance partner Kevin Clifton received their scores.

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Frankie Bridge and her partner Kevin Clifton

Frankie received nine points from Darcey Bussel, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli and eight points from Craig Revel Horwood – who is notoriously harder to please.

Complimenting mum-of-one Frankie's moves on the dancefloor, Donny described her as "stunning" and "graceful", adding that she is a "natural dancer".

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The judges were full of praise for Frankie and Kevin

While Frankie had the judges singing her praises, however, former TOWIE star Mark Wright wasn't so lucky.

Dressed in a Superman-inspired outfit, Mark took to the floor with his partner Karen Hauer to dance the Paso Doble.

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Mark Wright turned Superman for the evening

"It was weirdly enjoyable,"
said Darcey. "Sadly I don't think you were a superhero for me tonight.

"I have to be honest, I only saw two pelvic twists," she added. "You were strong, and I could see you were believing you were Superman. It just didn't come out in the whole dance."

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