The couples first performed a ballroom dance and the first couple to dance was Austin Healey and Erin Boag. They danced the American Smooth and scored 34 from the judges. Next up were Lisa Snowdon and Brendon Cole. They danced the Waltz and scored 39 from the judges. Tonioli said that it was exquisitely beautiful and that it was stunning. Philips said that Snowdon could melt the snow in Scotland, with that performance.
Next up were Tom Chambers and Camilla Dallerup who danced the Foxtrot. Revel Horwood said that it was the best he had seen Chambers dance. He scored 39 from the judges. The last to dance the ballroom dance were singer Rachel Stevens and dance partner Vincent Simone. They danced the Tango and scored 39 from the judges. This is the third record that Stevens had broken in this competition. Her score of 39 for the Tango is the highest score for a Tango in Strictly Come Dancing’s history. She also holds the highest score for a Rumba (39) and she is the first celebrity to score the top score of 40, in this series.
For the Latin dance Healey and Boag danced the Salsa and scored 36 from the judges. Bruno said that he lost a bit of timing. Revel Horwood said that it was very entertaining but some of it was a bit awkward. Snowdon and Cole danced the Jive and scored 33. Philips said that she tackled everything like a rugby player. Chambers and Dallerup danced the Rumba and scored 34 from the judges. Last to dance were Stevens and Simone and they scored 37 for their Cha cha cha.
Sunday night’s results show will see another couple leave the competition. The remaining three couples will go through to next weeks semi-finals.
Quarter final scores
Ball room Latin Total
Rachel and Vincent 39 37 76
Tom and Camilla 39 34 73
Lisa and Brendon 39 33 72
Austin and Erin 34 36 70