Strictly is set to go all spooky this Saturday night as the studio embraces fright night, fangs, spider webs and all.
But just because it’s Halloween, doesn’t mean the professionals, or the judges, are being any easier on the Strictly celebs.
In fact, Frankie Bridge is feeling the strain this week…
In bed after probably the hardest day yet! The dance has all the potential to be amazing. Just gotta get it right…Easy no?! ??
— Frankie Bridge (@FrankieBridge) October 28, 2014
As is Caroline Flack.
Trying to explain to Pasha that I feel like 'Mr Soft' when I do the samba… trying to explain who Mr Soft is is REALLY HARD …*cue song
— caroline flack (@carolineflack1) October 28, 2014
Steve is struggling, too.
Really hadn't prepared myself for how much I would miss the outdoors doing Strictly. Haven't spent this much time inside since school…
— Steve Backshall (@SteveBackshall) October 28, 2014
Mark’s getting motivational to find that inner dancing strength.
— Mark Wright (@MarkWright_) October 29, 2014
As is Mr Jake Wood.
— Jake Wood (@mrjakedwood) October 29, 2014
Meanwhile, Pixie isn’t fazed by this week’s frightening footwork…
Scott Mills has been interviewing 1D. (Though we’re sure he’s also been practising very, very hard!)
— Scott Mills (@scott_mills) October 29, 2014
And Judy and Anton are relying on tricks to treat the judges this weekend.
— judy murray (@JudyMurray) October 28, 2014
So they can get back to playing tennis. Seriously guys. It’s a dancing competition? Dancing? No?
— judy murray (@JudyMurray) October 29, 2014
Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday at 6:30pm on BBC1