Strictly Come Dancing was Sunday's most watched show with HUGE ratings last night.
The latest results show was watched by a staggering average of 10.9 million viewers, a series high.
It was up almost a million viewers on Saturday's show, up 700,000 viewers up on last Sunday night and 400,000 up on 2015's equivalent show.
A peak audience of almost twelve million viewers were watching as the latest results were revealed and the celebs dancing at next week's Blackpool special were confirmed.
Strictly topped the ratings in a night where two other shows broke the 10 million barrier.
After Strictly, Planet Earth 2 scored an average of 10.6 million for its second episode, up a mammoth 1.4 million viewers week-on-week.
Airing over on ITV at the same time, The X Factor dropped viewers week-on-week, down to 6.4 million. The figure is 900,000 viewers below the same show in 2015. The results peaked with 7.4 million viewers.
As for I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here's launch at 9PM on ITV, the series returned with a strong 10.7 million viewers, slotting between Strictly and Planet Earth 2 in the evening's rankings.
The figure is up 900,000 year-on-year and up 400,000 viewers on 2014 too, with a peak audience of 11.7 million.
I'm A Celebrity launch ratings
2011 - 11.8 million
2012 - 10.6 million
2013 - 11.9 million
2014 - 10.3 million
2015 - 9.8 million
I'm A Celebrity continues nightly on ITV with The X Factor, Strictly and Planet Earth back at the weekend.