Kimberley Walsh is planning a 'Ta-Cha-go' fusion on Strictly Come Dancing 2012 this weekend.
This Saturday night the remaining six celebrities will be taking on the show's first ever dance fusion challenge, dancing two different dance styles in the same routine.
Kimberley and her pro partner Pasha Kovalev are planning a unique blend of the Cha Cha and Tango.
Pasha was hopeful they could pull it off, but admitted there were issues: "In this song they weave together very nicely, but tango is quite dramatic and cha cha cha is quite happy."
Kimberley revealed: "We're trying to find a face that fits both of them!"
The Girls Aloud star teased on It Takes Two that she would be attempting a very long and daring lift throughout the performance, but was nervous about pulling it off on the night!
With the semi-finals in sight, Kimberley said: "We would absolutely love to to get into the semi final but everyone is amazing, so we're just going to have to out on Saturday and do our best."
Things have been pretty static leaderboard wise for Kimberley so far, having scored 34 points for the past four weeks.
Last weekend saw Kimberley and Pasha dance a Jive to Land of 1000 Dances by Wilson Picket, but Kimberley wasn't disappointed about not moving up the scoreboard.
She said: "34 points is an amazing score and they're different dances we're doing every week so we're doing well to stay at the same level.
"But we're obviously going try to take it to the next level and see and get it up just a little bit.
"I really loved the jive but it was so hard work, I didn't realise how much energy you needed."
This week Strictly Come Dancing is on Saturday 8th December at 6.50pm with the results show on Sunday 9th December at 7.20pm on BBC One and BBC One HD.