Week 3 recap

Have you managed to get Sunday's super catchy Musicals Week songs out of your head yet? We haven't! But let's stop singing for a bit and look back at everything that happened in Week 3's episode...

Group number

Absolutely no parades were rained on in the making of our massive group opening number.

Lisa & Tom

Lisa & Tom went all Wild West on us! Their skate to 'The Deadwood Stage' from Calamity Jane earned them 28 points from the Ice Panel.

Kevin & Brianne

Channelling Fred and Ginger, Kevin & Brianne's romantic skate to Top Hat's 'Cheek To Cheek' bagged them 22 points.

Lucrezia & Brendyn

Lucrezia & Brendyn brought summer vibes to their 'Mamma Mia' skate, and were awarded 21 points by the Judges.

Maura & Alexander

Dreamgirls provided the soundtrack for Maura & Alexander's sparkly skate, as they performed to 'One Night Only'. The Ice Panel gave them 25 points.

Ben & Carlotta

A little bit of magic and a lot of hairspray helped Ben & Carlotta skate their way to 24 points, via 'Sandy' from Grease.

Joe & Alexandra

Joe & Alexandra skated down the Yellow Brick Road to see the Wizard, and he - or rather, Ashley, John, Jayne and Chris - gave them 20.5 points.

Libby & Mark

Libby & Mark transformed into Jellicle cats for their skate to 'Memory', and were awarded 28 points.

Radzi & Jess

Radzi & Jess skated through the swamp and got 24.5 points - though if there was an award for the biggest eyebrows of the night, Radzi could've won that one too.

H & Matt

H & Matt took us to 'The Other Side' with a performance worthy of The Greatest Showman, for a total of 26.5 points.

Perri & Vanessa

Perri & Vanessa's Lion King skate was roarsome - and they set a new high score for the series, with 32 points.

Kevin & Brianne and Lucrezia & Brendyn

After the Judges had their say and the results of the public vote were in, Kevin & Brianne and Lucrezia & Brendyn faced the skate-off. And though it was a difficult decision, the Ice Panel ultimately chose to save Kevin & Brianne, leaving Lucrezia & Brendyn to skate off into the sunset.

For everyone else, though? The end of one show just means the beginning of preparations for the next one. See you back here on Sunday?