It was another good week for Chelsee Healey on Strictly Come Dancing as the remaining ten couples took to the floor for the latest round of routines.

The Waterloo Road actress once again finished top of the judges’ scoreboard as she and partner Pasha Kovalev performed one of the first Charlestons of the series.

And while nobody was rewarded with a 10 from the judges this week Chelsee nonetheless managed to land four nines from the panel – which this week included Dirty Dancing actress Jennifer Grey standing in for Len Goodman.

“You keep dancing like that, and nobody’s going to put you in the corner,” Jennifer said, in reference to her Dirty Dancing alter ego – while the other judges were similarly impressed.

“You’re a natural dancer,” Alesha Dixon told her. “That was stunning.”

Meanwhile, Holly Valance and Harry Judd continued to put in a good show, with the former picking up 34 points for a jive which saw her and partner Artem Chigvintsev dressed in matching pinstripe suits.

Harry also fared well, scoring 33 for his samba with partner Aliona Vilani, although the judges expressed a note of doubt over his performance. “You’re a very good dancer but this one was slightly forced,” Bruno Tonioli said, while Alesha added, “I’m not sure Latin comes as easily to you as ballroom dancing.”

Anita Dobson also tackled a Charleston, with partner Robin Windsor, and won praise for her efforts. “You really brought the dance to life,” Craig Revel Horwood told her, while Jennifer agreed. “Now I see why you’re a national treasure,” she said.

Alex Jones won further praise for her quickstep with partner James Jordan, with Alesha telling her, “Overall you are going from strength to strength,” while Lulu received a mixed response for her tango with Brendan Cole which opened the show.

“You drive me crazy,” Bruno told the veteran singer. “You started so well, but the frame went. He was dragging you around at the end.”

And it was a disappointing night for Jason Donovan, who went from topping the leaderboard on last Saturday’s show to scoring just 27 points for his rumba with Kristina Rihanoff.

Alesha complained she “felt a little bored” during the routine while Bruno added, “It didn’t gel compared to your usual standards.”

Meanwhile Robbie Savage – who attracted over 400 complaints last weekend for his pelvic thrusts – toned things down by performing a waltz with Ola Jordan, while Audley Harrison – who narrowly escaped elimination on last Sunday’s show – tackled a Viennese waltz with Natalie Lowe.

Both received a thumbs up for their efforts, with Bruno calling Robbie’s routine “your most correct performance to date,” while Alesha told Audley, “I much prefer you in ballroom dancing…you’re so charming and endearing.”

And with Nancy dell’Olio gone, it was Russell Grant’s turn to find himself at the bottom of the scoreboard with 24 points for his flamboyant paso doble with Flavia Cacace.

“Once you started it was a proper paso,” Bruno admitted, “Benny Hill’s version of the paso,” while Craig was rendered virtually speechless, offering just a one-word response: “Astonishing.”

The results will be revealed on Sunday evening’s show.