Great Balls of Fire has entered the chart in what has become known as 'The Arsenal Position' - just outside the top four.
So far it is noticeable that the range of scores for each dance has been quite narrow. That may change soon as the next one, which will be out later this week, is something quite different and could really divide opinion.
I do apologise that my table columns are starting to resemble a game of Jenga. I did try to learn HTML but it went way over my head!
The table reads fine OGW. Its very noticeable how scarce maximum tens are with these Miscellaneous routines offerings. Indeed apart from the Sue behemoth there would be none. Im know i have a max or two up my sleeve, just a case of waiting for those particular routines to come around.
Keep up the good work OGW, im enjoying both this and Docs 40th thread.
Use It Up And Wear It Out takes over the coveted 2nd place position and is the first to get within 1 point of the leader.
Meanwhile The Theme From Shaft has lifted itself off the bottom. I guess you could call it a lift shaft... or perhaps not.
Not enough Mercy was shown to the latest offering as it has gone straight in at the bottom.
I would like to give a big thanks to Doc for joining in on this section. I was planning to nag him about this at the Derby event but now I won't need to! I may turn my attention instead to a Doctor Who loving Kate Bush fan from the north west... By the way, I have rather let this section drift in the last few weeks so I apologise for that, but I will have the next one up for review very soon.