Week Five of Strictly Come Dancing saw lots of beautiful dancing, a little swearing from Bruno Tonioli – which presenter Tess Daly quickly apologised for – and a row between Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno…because Bruno was “nasty”!

But what everyone will remember is Kellie Bright’s Jive.

“The clocks go back later tonight but I’d like them to go back right now so we can see that again,” said head judge Len Goodman after EastEnders star Kellie had danced her Jive with Kevin Clifton.

And you can watch it again in our video (bottom of the page).

“It was clean, it was sharp, it was brilliant,” added Craig Revel Horwood.

“An extraordinary Jive,” said Darcey Bussell.

And Kellie squealed with delight. Her 35 points put her joint top of leaderboard with Helen George.





Helen and Aljaz wowed the judges and audience with their Quickstep

 

Call the Midwife star Helen danced a Quickstep with Aljaz Skorjanec that earned the first standing ovation of the night from the audience.

“Fab-u-lous!” Craig told Helen.

“So beautiful,” added Darcey.

It was a good night, too, for The Wanted singer Jay McGuiness, who scored 33 points for his Paso Doblé with Aliona Vilani – a big improvement on his score of 25 last week.





Jay’s Paso Doblé was full of emotion – even in his arms…






“You have the best male arms I’ve seen from a celebrity,” Darcey told Jay. “You even had emotion in those arms.”

Clever lad.

Sports presenter Kirsty Gallacher scored with her Viennese Waltz with Brendan Cole, too.

“You were shining out there,” Craig told her.

“Tonight you were at one with the music and your partner. That’s the secret of dancing,” Bruno Tonioli told Kirsty.

It’s a secret that radio presenter Jeremy Vine hasn’t learned.





Jeremy wish is a 10 from Craig – but he didn’t wish hard enough

 

Jeremy admitted that he dreams of scoring a 10 from Craig but he didn’t even come close with his Waltz. Overall he scored 18 points, with just three of them from Craig.

“It was shapeless, plodding and gapping all over the place,” Craig said.

It was weather presenter Carol Kirkwood who caused the row between Craig and Bruno after she had danced her Viennese Waltz that scored 21 points…

“It had the romance of a cleaning session,” Bruno said to Carol. “It’s all kind of bland-ish.”

“That was nasty, Bruno,” Craig told him – leaving Bruno speechless and Len and Darcey laughing.





Bruno was shocked when Craig told him he was “nasty”





 

“I can see some light at the end of the tunnel,” Craig told Carol.

The judges were united in their praise of former Coronation Street actress Georgia May Foote, though, scoring her 31 points for her Salsa, which opened the show.





Georgia’s Salsa had sauce in all the right places for the judges

 

“It was a great show starter and a bit of a showstopper,” Len said. “You really were working your assets.”

“Those hips are like a bag of snakes,” Bruno told Georgia.

The judges were united in their judgement of Jamelia’s Foxtrot, too, but not with such good results… And Jamelia was in tears after her Foxtrot.

Jamelia was devastated when she messed up

 

“I just made a big mistake halfway through,” she said to co-presenter Claudia Winkleman.

And the judges saw it.

“Sorry,” she sobbed to pro partner, Tristan McManus.

But Jamelia still scored 26.

Who will go this week?



Find out on Strictly Come Dancing: The Results Show, BBC1, Sunday, October 25, 7.15pm.

Click here for our picture gallery featuring all the dancers from Week 5 plus their scores.