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It's all shaken up on Strictly...

12th November 2014

It's all shaken up on Strictly...
In a shocking turn of events the leader board has changed dramatically and the least likely of contestants found themselves at the bottom of the rankings. Caroline Flack, a consistently good dancer, who often places between first and fourth positioning on the board each week found herself surprisingly in this week's dance off against Alison Hammond.

It was the second time in a row Alison Hammond has been in the Strictly Come Dancing dance off. This week Alison performed a stunning Charleston for the dance off, but Caroline who has been a consistently strong dancer was unanimously saved by the judges.

We saw Alison's Charleston full of energy, with her charismatic charm shining through in the dance. Surviving seven weeks in the competition, Alison has been a give all performer who isn't afraid to try something new. A role model for the women in the world who are comfortable with their size, nothing held Alison back from dancing, commenting on her exit: 'I've had the best time, thank you Judges for all your comments, I've had an absolute ball. I'd say to anyone who is thinking about doing this show to just go for it and do it, I don't care what colour you are or what size you are, I've loved it.'

Alison's final Charleston performance consisted of perfectly timed footsteps and some impressive looking spins, coupled with her constant happy face. As the competition gets tougher, the fight is on for every good dancer to step it up a gear and really perform. Caroline performed a dramatic Waltz, which not only showed us a great dance but one which was full of emotion and passion too.

The judges are cracking down on the celebs as the dancing becomes fiercer than ever. Frankie Bridge, despite being first on the leader board for 3 weeks out of seven shed a tear at Craig Revel Horwood's comment that her samba was"her worst dance yet" Despite the criticism, Frankie still came in third on the leader board, proving that her hard work pays off and even her 'bad' dances are still exceptional.

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