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Our Top 5 Strictly dances from week 3

Following last night’s live show we’ve compiled our Top 5 dances.

Kristina Rihanoff and Ben Cohen

Last night’s Strictly Come Dancing continued to up the ante as the 14 remaining couples took to the dancefloor for a third week.

The standard this year is so high that it would be easier to list the dances that didn’t quite do it for us. Last night was full of great routines and even the lesser abled celebs still did really well.

Take a look at our Top 5 and see if you agree:

5. Ben Cohen & Kristina Rihanoff – Rumba

Ben and Kristina haven’t appeared in our Top 5 so far but we loved their Rumba. Kristina is a superb choreography and it seems that Ben is finally starting to loosen up and relax.

4. Sophie Ellis-Bextor & Brendan Cole – Samba

Sure it wasn’t as amazing as last week’s Charleston but Sophie and Brendan’s Samba was so cool and smooth. There’s something about this partnership that is working really well.

3. Ashley Taylor Dawson & Ola Jordan – Samba

Ashley is proving to be one of the best male dancers, if not the best, in the competition. With his shirt hanging open, his Samba with Ola Jordan was very impressive.

2. Susanna Reid & Kevin Clifton – Viennese Waltz

Simply beautiful. Susanna and Kevin are in with a real chance of winning the show this year and their Viennese Waltz was pretty spectacular.

1. Natalie Gumede & Artem Chigvintsev – Rumba

Passionate, emotional and beautiful. Easily the dance of the night. Natalie and Artem are a strong partnership and are on their way to the final we reckon.

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