Movie Week on Strictly Come Dancing, which means amazing costumes and songs beloved by millions of viewers.
Catherine Tyldesley performed a sensual Rumba with partner Johannes Radebe, themed around A Star Is Born, with the song Shallow, sung in last year's remake by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper.
The judges and audience were wowed by their routine, with standing ovations from both in the studio.
Would be better if they had singers who could actually sing properly.
The pair scored 32 for the number, impressive for that dance in week three of the contest, head judge Shirley pointed out.
But viewers watching from their sofas were not impressed by the professional singers' interpretation of the emotional ballad...
Some called for backing tracks to be reintroduced, and the singers let go.
This singer is wrecking this song. Bloody hell #Strictly
— kiramadeira (@kiramadeira) October 5, 2019
Whoever that woman singer is , she needs a good Strepsil... #Strictly
— ⭐️Ms Marjorie Minge⭐️ (@MadameMinge) October 5, 2019
They really need to get rid of this female singer #Strictly
— . ♡ (@AmandaLouise_K) October 5, 2019
Would be better if they had singers who could actually sing properly. #Strictly
— Matt (@MattH_197) October 5, 2019
They really need to go back to playing soundtracks over the dances cos these live singers ain't it #Strictly
— Gary from the love island game stan account (@1prettywhenicry) October 5, 2019
— orla (@lovekellieb) October 5, 2019
I've been so excited for this that I've only just realised that we have to listen to the singers butcher the "sha-ha, sha-ha-ha-low" bits. #strictly
— Not Seth (@guestofseth) October 5, 2019
It’s just so much better without the singers #Strictly
— Turn The Box On (@turntheboxon) October 5, 2019
Some fans of the show appreciate the live singing performances, though...
Their Gotta Catch 'Em All from Pokémon for Will Bayley and Janette Manrara's Paso Doble routine was appreciated...
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