Frankie Bridge has vowed to get feisty on Strictly Come Dancing 2014 tomorrow night.
The Saturdays singer is one of the favourites to win but has become surprisingly eclipsed by the hips of Jake Wood in these early weeks.
With an average of 30 points out of 40 over the first two weeks she's not doing at all bad, but Frankie is looking to do better.
Having already tackled the Waltz and Charlseton, this weekend she and pro dancer Kevin Clifton will be performing an intense Paso Doble to America from West Side Story for this weekend's Movies night.
Frankie said: “Hopefully you’ll see a bit more aggression, fire and feistiness, that’s what I’m going for."
The singer, who has just finished touring with The Saturdays after having a baby, admitted that getting into character has been difficult.
She confessed to Zoe Ball on Strictly's It Takes Two spin-off show this week: “It’s hard especially to work with Kevin, our relationship isn’t like that, we don’t take each other seriously.
“It is hard to look at him … when Kevin’s going for it I can’t take him seriously.”
Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday night on BBC One with the latest results on Sunday evening.