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Week 1 - Strictly Live Show - 1 Oct 2011

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BBC Strictly James | 19:13 UK time, Saturday, 1 October 2011

Last night Strictly got off to a cracking start - Anita and Holly are joint top, Russell received a standing ovation, Lulu got another lift from Brendan, Robbie got a '2' from Craig, while Dan and Audley Waltzed to a steady start.

Let's hope tonight's show carries on where the first show left off.

Here is the leaderboard from yesterday:

Anita and Robin = 28

Holly and Artem = 28

Dan and Katya = 24

Russell and Flavia = 21

Audley and Natalie = 20

Robbie and Ola = 19

Lulu and Brendan = 17

So, who are you looking forward to seeing tonight? Will anyone be able to overtake Anita and Robin, and Holly and Artem?

We'll have backstage photos and reactions here FIRST.

Harry Judd

Harry Judd has time for a quick "hello" before the show

Nikki Dean and Russell Grant

Online presenter Nikki Dean with the shellacious Russell Grant

Robbie Savage

Bust backstage area

"We're on people!"

Rory Bremner have suit fixed

Rory has a last minute alteration

Harry Judd and Aliona Vilani

Harry: "I can't believe how much I enjoyed that!"

Rory Bremner and Erin Boag hugging

Rory: "Just before the dance, I thought of all the people I was doing this for"

Alex Jones, James Jordan

Alex: "We got to the end without falling over, which is great!"

Chelsee Healey, Pasha Kovalev

Chelsee: "I'm happy but I think I could've done better. I stumbled a few times"

Edwina Currie and Vincent Simone

Edwina: "I think Craig scored low because he didn't have a say"

Jason Donovan

Jason: "I'm still in the moment. That was great!"


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