Jill was coupled with professional dancer Darren Bennett in the second series of the show.

Alesha became a judge on the seventh series of Strictly Come Dancing, replacing Arlene Phillips.

After quitting the show after series nine, she became a judge on Britain's Got Talent.

The reprise of their Salsa in the final scored them the perfect 40 marks and ultimately lead to their glory.

Mark struggled with a lack of confidence throughout the series and often doubted his ability, saying: "I'd never say I was confident going out to dance because it can take one small lapse in concentration and you can go wrong." Mark is also an ambassador for the British Asian Trust.

Series 5 - Alesha Dixon and Matthew Cutler Singer Alesha Dixon and her professional partner Matthew Cutler narrowly edged out their competition Matt Di Angelo by two points in the final of series five.

Although Alesha never managed to score a perfect ten throughout her time on the show, she holds the highest average with an impressive 36.5.

Alesha’s television exposure led to a successful comeback, which included signing to Asylum records and releasing a second album which received platinum certification.

Her single Breathe Slow also earned a Brit nomination.

She also returned to the show in 2012, taking part in the Christmas Special.

Series 2 - Jill Halfpenny and Darren Bennett Jill Halfpenny is an English actress and West End performer, known for her roles in rival British soap operas Coronation Street and East Enders, as well as theatre productions of Calendar Girls, Chicago and Legally Blonde.

Labelled the ‘underdog,’ Tom never scored a perfect ten unlike his rivals.