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Show favourite Alexandra Burke, who was the first to top the leaderboard and has attributed Strictly to helping her get over the passing of her mother, was up next.
She danced the Tango to Maneater by Nelly Furtado with Gorka Marquez, and was branded 'almost perfect' by Shirley.
A grumpy Craig branded it the 'Dance of the living dead', and Simon- who only had two days to rehearse due to an injury, scored a rather low 16.
Next up leggy soap star and 'jive slayer' Gemma Atkinson, dressed as a vampire slayer, danced the 'spooky' Jive to Ever Fallen in Love by The Buzzcocks with Aljaž Škorjanec, dressed as a vampire.
Bringing a touch of creepy crawly were Joe Mc Fadden and Katya Jones, who danced the Foxtrot to Trouble by Coldplay.
Craig's mood even appeared to lighten at their spiderweb-themed dance, giving his best verdict of the night at that point- and the duo scored an impressive 32.
I give up on the scoring this has to be the worst Strictly scoring so far', one angry fan raged.'Massively overscoring Gemma there. ' another fumed, but others supported the actress, calling her a 'future winner'.The gushing judges awarded the duo 35 and landing the top Tango of the series.Upping the sex factor next were Davood Ghadami and Nadiya Bychkova, dancing the Rumba to Wicked Game by Chris Isaak.'Plenty of six pack action', Bruno gushed, complimenting his frame, and the sensual duo scored 25.It feels like she was on fire for hours, but the surgeon said it was probably just seconds.'The star shares Matilda with husband of 17 years Chris Thykier. In an interview with the BBC’s Watchdog programme in 2015, she spoke about the incident for the first time, explaining that the accident had been ‘life changing’ for both her and her daughter, adding: ‘I can’t remember life before it.' Terrifying: The ordeal took place while the family were 'trick or treating' with friends in west London, two years ago.Claudia raises Matilda with husband of 17 years Chris Thykier and the couple also have sons Jake, 13 and Arthur, six She called on parents to be vigilant about what materials they allow their children to wear and to avoid flammable fabrics, saying: ‘I didn’t, and it cost us.’ Claudia spoke of her regret at putting Matilda in the supermarket-bought witch costume of hat, cape, stripey tights and a flowing skirt.