And for pro partner Joanne Clifton, it's a personal battle with her brother Kevin, partnered with Louise Redknapp.
Both couples have been fairly equally matched to date with just six points in Kevin and Louise's favour splitting their cumulative scores so far.
And that's a difference Joanne is keen to overcome, as she and Ore dance the Paso.
Ore and Joanne will be dancing the Paso Doble to ‘Everybody Wants To Rule The World’ by Lorde on Saturday night.
"We've got a table. We've got bits on the table, bits underneath the table," Joanne revealed.
Speaking on It Takes Two, she continued: "Our Paso will be slightly different in the sense that it's not traditional, it's very slow.
"The music starts off really slow. So rather than be 'attack, attack, attack', we're just going to be really intense."
Ore, who will be hoping to make sure he's not in the bottom two dance off again, added: "I've been standing and sweating it's that intense."
As well as the main routine, the pair will be dancing the Cha Cha for the first time since Week 2 in Strictly's first ever Cha Cha Challenge.
The remaining six couples will return to the dancefloor on Saturday 26th November at 7pm with the results show on Sunday 27th November at 7.20pm on BBC One.