It's Saturday which means Strictly Come Dancing is here to brighten up our lives.

Sadly Peep Show star Robert Webb pulled out of the contest this week due to health reasons.

But the rest of the celebs were back to entertain us for week four.

The couples all made Strictly history during last Saturday's 'movie week' - scoring more tens than ever before at this stage of the competition.

Could they hit those heights again?

Not if "grumpy" judge Craig had anything to do with it...

He teased fellow judge Motsi for her shoulder pads all night.

Tilly Ramsay's nan did also manage to steal the show, though.

Here's a run through of all the scores from the judges and what they said about each dance:

Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni - Cha Cha Cha

Rose, Strictly's first ever deaf contestant, was the first up during Saturday's show.

The couple performed to the Prince song Raspberry Beret.

Judge Shirley Ballas said she had "lifted the level" of her Latin dancing but also pointed out there were a few mistakes.

Anton Du Beke said she had worked on her feet and there had been "much stronger foot actions".

"All in all I thought it was a great job," he added.

Craig Revel-Horwood was typically firm but praised her hip action which was "getting there".

He also said their partnership was "extremely strong".

Their scores were:

Craig: 7, Motsi: 6, Shirley: 6, Anton: 8 - 27

Tom Fletcher and Amy - Foxtrot

McFly star Tom took on his first ballroom dance of the series.

The second celeb to perform, he looked the part dancing to Fly Me to the Moon.

Anton praised how elegant he looked.

But he said work was needed on footwork and his arm line, as well as his posture.

Craig said he needed to lead the dance more.

It "lacked swing and sway" too, he added.

However, both Craig and Anton also said Tom was "very good".

Motsi said they made a difficult dance look "so easy" and "very exquisite".

Shirley also said the footwork needed work but added the "sky is the limit" for the musician.

Afterwards with Claudia, Amy said the song was her absolute favourite and Tom confessed he felt like her grandad during training.

The judges' scores:

Craig: 7 , Motsi: 8 , Shirley: 7 , Anton: 7 - 29

Tilly Ramsay and Nikita - Paso Doble

Gordon Ramsay's daughter performed to some traditional music which suited the Paso Doble vibe.

Onlookers in the studio could be heard whooping during her performance.

And when the dance ended there were more huge cheers.

Were the judges similarly wowed?

Craig said the dance felt like "half an investment" which "lacked a certain tone" and drama.

But he did say the routine and musicality was brilliant.

Motsi disagreed with Craig, saying: "Did we see the same thing? I felt your determination, intention and attack from the leg.

"It was quite a strong performance if I compare it to last week.

"But don't be afraid to push even more."

Shirley also chastised Craig, saying "I had no idea what you're looking at".

"That was absolutely one of the better Paso Dobles I've seen from a lady," she added.

Anton said: "I love it when Craig gets all grumpy."

He also told Tilly it was her best dance of the series so far.

Their scores were:

Craig: 6, Motsi: 8, Shirley: 9, Anton: 9 - 32

Greg Wise and Karen - Samba

Macarena is a classic party song and the perfect backdrop to a Samba.

Actor Greg shook and thrusted his hips in a light-hearted routine.

But he lost his way and apologised to judge Shirley for letting his nerves get to him.

Anton said it was "fluid, foppy and flamboyant".

Craig, continuing his harsh mood, said it looked like he had come out of a double hip operation.

But he conceded he loved the "shirt and the smile".

It doesn't look good for Greg, though...

Greg scored:

Craig: 3, Motsi: 5, Shirley: 5, Anton: 6 - 19

John Whaite and Johnannes - American Smooth

Bake Off winner John scored three tens last week - no pressure!

George Michael and Aretha Franklin song I Knew You Were Waiting For Me soundtracked their dance.

Shirley praised John's "consistency" and Anton hailed him as a "super, super dancer".

Anton also teased John saying he could "lift him anytime" after well-executed lifts in the dance.

But he said if he could improve, it would be while he is in hold.

Craig continued his miserable mood and said he "wasn't that fond of it".

"When you did get in hold, there was gapping galore...it needed work," he said.

Motsi praised their easy chemistry but said John needed to be aware of the technical aspects of ballroom dances throughout.

Their American Smooth scored:

Craig: 6, Motsi: 7, Shirley: 8, Anton: 8 - 29

Rhys Stephenson and Nancy - Salsa

Craig finally cheered up watching Rhys, calling the dance "refreshing".

It was Anton who was more critical saying that, despite his energy, the salsa wasn't controlled enough.

Shirley also had feedback on his footwork but praised the "rhythm" in his body.

Their scores were:

Craig: 8, Motsi: 8, Shirley: 7, Anton: 8 - 31

Sara Davies and Aljaž - Tango

Dragons' Den star Sara danced to some instrumental tango music for her routine.

Did she secure the investment of the judges?

The judges raved about Sara.

Anton said it was "almost perfect".

Shirley said the performance was "off the chart".

Motsi was also full of praise and even Craig was blown away, saying he understood how Aljaž had wooed his wife.

Craig: 9, Motsi: 9, Shirley: 9, Anton: 9 - 36

Dan Walker and Nadiya - Cha Cha Cha

Sports presenter Dan danced to MC Hammer's You Can't Touch This.

He spoke beforehand about overcoming his school disco nerves.

The routine ended with a mic drop.

Motsi said it was "fun to watch" but called for more leg action.

Shirley said it was "highly entertaining" and it looked like Dan believed in himself.

Anton praised him as "Dan the man" and said he had to perform the dance like that every week.

Craig was harsher but stretched to saying he was "committed".

Craig: 5, Motsi: 7, Shirley: 7, Anton: 7 - 26

Judi Love and Graziano - Waltz

Judi dedicated her dance to her parents, dancing to Mariah Carey's Hero.

Shirley said she could feel Judi's emotion throughout.

Anton agreed, saying she connected the sentiment, the music and the dancing well.

He ended: "Good job."

Craig said "it's my job to score on technique".

But he added the Loose Women presenter and comedian danced it "beautifully" and with an "innocence".

Motsi said she has "so much potential" and could "push it a little bit more".

Their scores were:

Craig: 4, Motsi: 6, Shirley: 7, Anton: 7 - 24

Adam Peaty and Katya - Argentine Tango

The first Argentine Tango of the series had Craig calling for "drama dahhling".

Olympian Adam watched experts in the dance perform in an abandoned swimming pool to prepare for his performance.

Clever lighting kept the swimming pool theme going for the start of their dance.

But did their moves make a splash with the judges?

After finishing bottom of the leaderboard last week, it seems they did bounce back - Anton praised their intensity and one of the best sequence of lifts he'd ever seen.

Even Craig the scrooge said it was "brilliant".

Motsi said the couple were "winning" with that performance.

Her "one little tip" was to find "flexibility" to the music within his own body.

Their scores were:

Craig: 8, Motsi: 8, Shirley: 8, Anton: 8 - 32

AJ Odudu and Kai - Samba

TV presenter AJ is a larger than life personality who was confident her "sass" would serve her well during the samba.

But partner Kai warned her there were technical aspects she needed to master.

The couple danced to Don't Go Yet by Camila Cabello.

AJ clearly enjoyed herself but Craig said it was "really poor" technically.

Their scores were:

Craig: 5, Motsi: 7, Shirley: 8, Anton: 8 - 28

Strictly scores in full on October 16, 2021

Voting for Strictly opened as soon as the couples finished all their dances.

The results are announced tomorrow (October 17) in a pre-recorded results show.

Has social media added too much pressure to Strictly?

Saturday's dances came after former Strictly Come Dancing star Kristina Rihanoff said she thinks the celebrities and dancers are “under a lot of pressure” due to social media commentary surrounding the show.

The Russian professional dancer, 44, competed on the BBC programme for eight series between 2008-2015.

“When I joined the show it wasn’t like that, it was pure ballroom dancing, there were no extra things.

“And then a couple of years later, during my eight years on Strictly, all of a sudden everything changed, we were allowed props and more things to the production.

“So, it added a lot of pressure on the dancers, and of course the celebrities, to deliver even more spectacular numbers.

“And of course, anybody can sit at home and tweet something not very nice and we have to read that, and you think ‘I worked so hard all week’.”

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