The six remaining contestants in Dancing On Ice have performed movie themed routines as the competition for the 2010 series title hots up.

The show got off to a glamorous start with a routine from Torvill and Dean featuring the professional skaters – while the remaining competitors then took to the ice in black ties and full-length evening gowns.

And once again it was a terrific week for the series front-runner Hayley Tamaddon, who scored the first full house of the series – 30 out of 30 from the judges – for her routine to the Slumdog Millionaire track Jai Ho.

The Emmerdale star said she had had “the time of my life” performing the routine – which landed her a standing ovation from the panel as well as full marks.

“It was absolutely fantastic,” Robin Cousins told her.

“You were so in the zone I just knew it was going to be electrifying, and it was,” Jason Gardiner added.

“I just wanted to thank you for coming out here and giving one of the best performances we have ever seen on this show.”

Also doing well were Gary Lucy, with a Pulp Fiction inspired routine, and Coronation Street‘s Danny Young, who got Jason Gardiner hot under the collar when he performed his routine to the Rocky theme topless.

“It was brilliant,” a flustered Gardiner told Young. “That was a great move.”

It was also a better week for Mikey Graham, who fared badly on last week’s show after injuring his shoulder in dress rehearsals.

The Boyzone star – skating to a track by bandmate Ronan Keating – scored 19 out of 30, an improvement on last week’s score, but received a mixed response from the judges.

“I believe you can skate better than this,” Nicky Slater said. However Karen Barber was kinder. “Next week will be a better week,” she added.

However there was disappointment for Danniella Westbrook, who performed to the Grease classic Summer Nights, but saw her score fall to 19.5 – her lowest for weeks.

“There were strengths and weaknesses in the routine,” Barber told her.

“You did something every little girl dreams of tonight, skating in pink,” Emma Bunton told her, “but you’re a strong performer and we want to see that again.”