It's time for another Strictly Come Dancing 2012 results show tonight, but who should go and stay?
Last night saw some six dance fusions with varying degrees of success, reflected in the judges' marks.
Although to be honest, we can't help but feel the judges' marks have become wildly erratic of late.
Kimberley Walsh has gone from one extreme to the other with the panel. For four weeks the judges undermarked the Girls Aloud star for her only to come out this week and receive not only her first tens of the series, not even the first ten from Craig Revel Horwood, but the first perfect score of 40.
It was a brilliant dance and easily Kimberley's best yet, but did it deserve a perfect score? From being undermarked to being overmarked, the judges really can't seem to get it right with Nimble Kimble!
Louis Smith has also been up and down with the judges, but certainly has shown along with Kimberley that he's got both the performance and technical skill to deserve his spot in the competition.
Dani Harmer meanwhile really is proving the dark horse of the competition, arguably giving the best dance of the night last night and definitely giving a performance that merits her to stay out of the dance off. We reckon it was as good as, if not better than Kimberley's "perfect" mashup.
Let's move on to Lisa Riley, who we reckon should be next to go. The former Emmerdale star certainly can dance well enough, but with the deadwood now gone it's becoming quite clear that she can't keep up with the others.
The judges gave Lisa some strong marks last night, even if if it did place her second from bottom on the leaderboard. Frankly we found the Tango-ChaChaCha mashup arguably Lisa's worst performance of the series, not helped when compared to Kimberley's performance of the same fusion.
Despite his flaws, we're hoping Nicky Byrne can stick it out, if only we get to see more of Karen Hauer who we've fallen slightly in love with.
Finally there's Denise who appears to be having a tough time of it recently. While we reckon the judges were pretty spot on with her marks this week, we can't help but feel it points to overmarking by the panel earlier on in the series. Denise hasn't got any worse since she topped the leaderboard and scored the first tens of the series, yet the marks would suggest otherwise.
Who do you think will be in the dance off on Strictly Come Dancing tonight? Who do you want to stay and go? Leave your comments below...
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Strictly Come Dancing 2012 continues with the latest results show on Sunday 9th December at 7.20pm on BBC One and BBC One HD.
Two more acts will be in the dance off with one going home, while there will be a festive themed performance from Michael Buble.