Theme weeks are normally a horror fest of props and rampant theming, but – miracle of miracles – this was actually a strong Movie Week, with mercifully little faff in the actual dances (VTs were another story) and plenty of room for celeb improvement. Once again, the biggest drama was in the dance-off, which featured the surprising combo of Laura (mid-leaderboard and no help from established fanbase, big personality or sympathetic J word) and Tameka (either assumed safe or scuppered by a dubious tango theme).
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