Katya Jones found herself making two slip ups on Strictly Come Dancing's latest live show last night.
14 celebrity couples remain on the latest series of Strictly and this weekend another will sadly leave the ballroom.
Saturday was the Strictly's third live show, performing in a Movie themed special.
Pro dancer Katya Jones and her celeb partner Mike Bushell did the Cha Cha to It’s Raining Men by The Weather Girls from Magic Mike.
However it turned into a bit of a dance disaster, scoring just 18 points from the judges.
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During the dance, an unfortunate accident saw Katya slip up on confetti as she and Mike performed.
And things got worse when she tripped up again moments later after heading upstairs to talk to host Claudia Winkleman.
"I'm alright! I've never felt better," insisted Katya.
"I don't believe that," quipped Claudia.
After the show, Katya took to Twitter to say her second fall was a joke.
"FYI I did it again on purpose in Claudia’s area! And im def not drunk as some people think," she said.
Despite the slip on the dancefloor, Katya and Mike weren't left bottom of the scoreboard.
It was Anneka and Kevin who found themselves last in the judges' marks after they danced the Charleston to Woo Hoo by The 22.214.171.124’s from Kill Bill.
Meanwhile there were stand out performances from Catherine and Johannes who showcased a Rumba to Shallow by Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga from A Star Is Born and Michelle and Giovanni who danced the Quickstep to Cabaret by Liza Minelli.
Kelvin and Oti topped the leaderboard, scoring the first 10s of the series as they danced the Charleston to Trip A Little Light Fantastic by Lin Manuel Miranda from Mary Poppins Returns.
Strictly Come Dancing 2019 continues Sunday at 7:15PM with the second results show of the series.
As well as the results, Sunday's latest episode will open with a glittering group number from Strictly's pros as they recreate iconic moments in cinematic history, as they dance us through the movies.
Grammy and Emmy Award winner Harry Connick Jr will also be on the show, performing a Broadway classic live.