Pixie Lott and her professional partner Trent Whiddon became the second couple of this year’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ to garner 10 points from the judges, following their routine in Saturday night’s show.
The pair received massive praise from the panel for their foxtrot to The Beatles’ hit ‘When I’m Sixty-Four’, with Darcey Bussell gushing about their routine telling Pixie: “You stretched yourself and ate up that dance floor”, before giving her a top score of 10 points.
The Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge has so far received 10 points twice in the competition - a decision which came under fire from former ‘Strictly’ pro James Jordan on Twitter - but she was less lucky this weekend.
In fact, Frankie was seen visibly breaking down in tears after no-nonsense judge Craig Revel Horwood branded her samba to Connie Francis’s ‘La Bamba’ “the worst dance”, though she still managed to rack up a respectable 32 points.
Coming in at the bottom of the leaderboard was Judy Murray, whose Paso Doble to The Clash’s ‘I Fought The Law’ earned just 18 points - half of what Pixie managed to score for her dance.
Judy's performance kicked off with this flawless display
The judges have been heavily critical of Judy during her time in the competition, with judge Craig saying before last week’s show that he was hoping the tennis coach would be out of the competition soon.
He previously revealed: “I do have a laugh watching [Judy], I’ve got to admit. It is a dance competition after all and, as a judge I’ve got to wave the dance flag. The audience, I think, will make the right choice.”