ON ROAST LAMB FOR BREAK­FAST Cha cha chow Rockett’s re­view

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her ver­dict Score: 21 Score: 20 Score: 30 Score: 20 Score: 39 Score: 29 gives Score: 35 Score: 20 Score: 39 Score: 25 Score: 35

HIGH-EN­ERGY Danny and Amy show off the win­ning moves that have made him boost his fuel in­take TOY BOY Seann and Katya’s dance CHILLED Kate and pro Al­jaz TOO GHOUL Faye and Gio­vanni

Ice queen Kate’s rumba with Al­jaz didn’t quite melt the judges’ hearts. This dance sep­a­rates the best from the rest and sadly Kate’s is in “the rest”. Danny is this year’s sur­prise suc­cess and his Amer­i­can smooth with Amy was no ex­cep­tion. He is scar­ily good week in, week out. A real ball­room blitz! An­other great turn by Ash­ley with a cheeky Charleston. Out­stand­ing chore­og­ra­phy by Pasha and the high­est score so far – but where do they go from here? ‘Toy­maker’ Seann was play­ing with ‘doll’ Katya. Not for the first time, eh? Loved the con­cept and chem­istry but it’s all about tim­ing and Seann’s was a bit off. Charles’ jive brushed away the cob­webs. Let’s Do the Time Warp Again – but not in the dance-off. It will be a hor­ror show if he and Karen don’t make it to Black­pool. Faye’s love of per­form­ing shone through in her the­atre and jazz cou­ple’s choice with Gio­vanni. Great to see a new dance style too. Jazz hands!

Wow! The clock hands at the start were fan­tas­tic and I loved the Doc­tor Who theme. Stacey and Kevin’s ter­ri­fy­ingly ter­rific tango was sharp and slick. At last Ranj’s in­sane grin has come into its own! His Mon­ster Mash jive with Janette would have worked on kids’ TV but didn’t cut the mus­tard on Strictly.

Joe might have had fake blood on him but you can’t fake chem­istry! A fright­fully fab fox­trot by him and Dianne. Darcy pre­dicts he will, er, go all the way. Lau­ren’s paso doble as a wicked queen was a fine fi­nale to the Hal­loween show. I love her trust in AJ as he lit­er­ally throws her around the dance floor.

Our queen of the dance floor KAREN ROCKETT A zom­bie thriller from Graeme and Oti. It had a spooktacular moon­walk but the rest of the cha-cha-cha wasn’t his best. Hope this won’t bury him.

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