Harry Judd's near-perfect Strictly score
McFly bassist Harry Judd and his professional partner Aliona Vilani achieved a near-perfect score on 'Strictly Come Dancing' last night (12.11.11)
Harry Judd achieved a near-perfect score on 'Strictly Come Dancing' last night (12.11.11).
The McFly drummer and his professional partner Aliona Vilani wowed the judges with their passionate Argentine Tango, scoring an impressive 37 out of 40, with Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli awarding them a maximum 10 points each.
The pair even stunned hard-to-impress panellist Craig Revel Horwood, who "loved" their performance.
He said: "It had authority, dominance, command, control. It was filth and I loved it!"
Len Wiseman criticised their dance for having "no passion" - but he added: "The Argentine Tango is the about mood, yes the steps were good, but it was clinical and neat."
Meanwhile, Holly Valance impressed with new partner Brendan Cole - who replaced injured Artem Chigvintsev after he was forced to pull out due to a back injury - scoring 34 out of 40 with their Rumba.
The former 'Neighbours' star didn't seem affected by the change, as she was praised by the judges.
Alesha explained: "Considering you've had to change partners, you have done exceptionally well. I did feel the emotion, I just think there's so much more to come from you."
And Craig added: "I thought we got rid of you Brendan, but I'm pleased you're back as I'm loving this new partnership."
Chelsee Healy and Pasha Kovalev, and Jason Donovan and Kristina Rihanoff also shined on the night, scoring 36 and 35 points respectively, while Audley Harrison and Natalie Lowe finished bottom of the leaderboard with 20 points.