Natalie Gumede has further staked her claim to the Strictly Come Dancing title after becoming the first celebrity this series to score a perfect ten.
The former Coronation Street actress picked up two sets of top marks from Darcey Bussell and Bruno Tonioli after wowing both judges and audience with her Halloween-flavoured Viennese Waltz.
And the performance proved good enough to win even a 'fab-u-lous!' accolade from the notoriously hard-to-please Craig Revel Horwood.
In total Natalie scored 38 points the highest mark of any contestant in the series so far.
'I expect so much from you but you never disappoint,' Darcey Bussell remarked. 'It was a dream.'
Meanwhile Bruno Tonioli added: I don't think there is a person in the country right now who isn't screaming 'THIS WAS MAGIC'.'
Gumede was not the only celebrity to notch up their highest score of the series, with Patrick Robinson and Ashley Taylor Dawson among others achieving series bests on Saturday night.
Robinson who narrowly escaped elimination last weekend scored 34 for his quickstep with partner Anya Garnis, with Bruno describing the routine as a 'spooky riot'.
Taylor Dawson's tango with Ola Jordan also proved popular, netting the Hollyoaks actor 33 out of 40, and leading Craig to call his performance 'aggressive, dark and mysterious', adding: 'I really loved it.'