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Strictly Come Dancing 2012: Louis Smith and Flavia Cacace
The Strictly Come Dancing 2012 line-up have treated viewers to some memorable moments already, and Halloween week didn't disappoint. Judges Craig Revel Horwood, Len Goodman, Darcey Bussell and Bruno Tonioli were on great form; what did they think of the performances? Find out in this gallery.
Olympian Louis Smith stormed to the top of the Strictly Come Dancing leaderboard as an evening of spooky routines dominated the dancefloor.
The London 2012 medallist and his partner Flavia achieved this series' highest score during the Halloween-themed show after playing a pair of zombies as they tangoed to Rihanna's hit Disturbia.
“Ineffable, darling! I loved it. One thing bothered me – your thumb. Get it down!” Craig ordered. “I know the clocks go back tonight, but I wish they could go back right now and I could have another look at that because it was fabulous,” Len stated.
“That really was a tango with a bite. Seamless transitions from character into dance. We had an amazing execution; the first killer tango of the season,” Bruno said as Louis was awarded a top score of 35 points.
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