It was the Quarter Finals on Strictly Come Dancing this week and one more celebrity will be going this Sunday.
And after Saturday's latest musical themed dances there isn't an obvious favourite to be packing their bags.
This weekend, December 1 and December 2, the remaining six celebs and pro couples performed live once more.
As always judges Shirley Ballas, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood marked all of the performances out of 40 as the competition got ever closer to this month's final.
Faye Tozer and Giovanni Pernice danced the Charleston to The Lonely Goatherd from The Sound of Music which Bruno described as a "showstopping delight". It got the pair their first perfect 40 points of the series to top the night's scores.
Next up, Lauren Steadman and AJ Pritchard performed a Viennese Waltz American Smooth to I’m In Love With A Wonderful Guy from South Pacific. Craig branded the routine "absolutely lovely" as the duo left the dancefloor with their best marks yet.
Charles Venn and Karen Clifton took on the notoriously difficult Rumba to Maria from West Side Story but did well, with Craig saying it was one of the best ever from a male celebrity as Charles scored 35 points.
Hoping to bounce back from a shock appearance in the bottom two, Ashley Roberts and Pasha Kovalev danced the Quickstep to Don’t Rain On My Parade from Funny Girl. Darcey praised it as "light and flawless" however Shirley felt it was a little "too fast". Still, Ashley recorded an impressive 38 points.
After, Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton left the judges on the verge of tears with a Foxtrot American Smooth to I Dreamed A Dream from Les Miserables, scoring 38 points.
Finally, Joe Sugg and Dianne Buswell closed the show with a Salsa to Joseph Megamix from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Joe found himself lifted above the floor as he and Dianne scored a total of 36 points.
Strictly spoiler! Who will go in the results?
At the end of the night, Charles and Lauren were left in the bottom two of the judges' scores and bookies can't call which is most at risk.
Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for bookies BoyleSports commented: “It’s hard to separate Charles and Lauren in the elimination betting.
"On the one hand you have Charles who has featured in the dance off three times, a fourth will almost certainly see him eliminated, and on the other you have Lauren who fell flat last week scoring the lowest overall. We are leaving it up to punters to decide their favourite, pitting them against each other at 11/8 apiece.”
Of course, last week proved that no one is safe.
Those who are left in the bottom two once viewer votes are added to the judges' scores will face the dance off in Sunday night.
Who was your favourite on Strictly Come Dancing 2018 this weekend? Tweet us @tellymix!
Find out who goes in the latest Strictly results show on Sunday 2 December at 7.15pm on BBC One.