Here's what the judges had to say:
Len: (9) Many of the qualities you look for in a Foxtrot, we just saw in that dance. I saw the little heel-turn. That was a very, very well accomplished performance. Congratulations.
Bruno: (8) This was a Foxtrot glistening with glamour. What I like about the relationship between you two is that even here you managed to ignite a frisson of sex appeal. You can't help yourselves, can you! You're gorgeous!
Craig: (8) I thought the timing throughout was spot-on. However, you did lose your balance a little bit on the first pivot and you do need to extend your top frame. But, absolutely gorgeous. Gorgeous.
Alesha: (8) I found the Foxtrot to be so stressful. There is so much information while attempting to keep the top frame. I had a feeling that this dance would suit you Zoe and once again, you didn't disappoint me.
Len: (6) I thought the parts that you did in hold, were very, very good. But I had a feeling you were a little self-conscious in open position. But you captured the flavour of dance, which was good.
Bruno: (7) I can see some movement, but you were a little bit like Bob The Builder. But you did it, your timing wasn't too bad. You are not hot Latino material, but you are heading the right way.
Craig: (5) It lacked the required energy for this dance and was too lazy and cool. You spent too much of the dance mincing around the outside.
Alesha: (7) I know your confidence was knocked last week, but don't beat yourself up. You are a good dancer. I would have liked to have seen more fancy arms, but you did get the party started. It could have had a bit more explosion, but keep at it, Chris.
Len: (7) That was simple and effective. It was smooth and creamy like a latte. It could have done with a bit more drive, but good job - well done!
Bruno: (6) It wasn't really a Foxtrot. It was a Foxwalk. You were never really dancing. Your usual personality didn't come out. That wasn't enough for Week Four. We need to break through now.
Craig: (5) It was a little bit too straight. A bit stiff up top and there was no shape to the top line. For me, there was no flow either and was very walk-y. Too safe. It was a dance that suits you, but could do with some minor adjustments.
Alesha: (6) It was a pleasant dance. But I do agree with Craig that you were walking too much. I know more than anyone that this is an emotional dance, so keep putting that emotion into the dance.
Len: (8) Clean, fast, but for me sometimes, a little bit too hectic. I could have done with a little more calmness. But still a good job.
Bruno: (8) You can really deliver and I think you are a great dancer, but you are not riding it all the way. It seems that as beautiful as it all was, I wanted more. You didn't quite ignite to the full.
Craig: (8) I couldn't disagree more with Bruno. I love it. It was jam-packed full of choreography and steps. The only point is during the side-by-side step you could have done more with your free arm.
Alesha: (8) Sexy, Ali. Very, very sexy. Great control. Great rhythm. Great use of arms and lots of trust with those neck-drops. Brian, the choreography was great. However, I think this dance is a sociable dance and I would have loved to have seen you relax a little bit more. Occasionally it was a little bit stiff.
Len: (6) I thought the start was much better. You were strong and you came out. Your problem is co-ordination. You have to get the whole thing together. I thought you did a good job with a very difficult dance.
Bruno: (5) Brendan, you deserve a prize for determination, but Jo, you were still lost in the wood, darling. He was literally pushing you all the way.
Craig: (4) I do agonise when you are out of hold. You are relying on Brendan far too much. But I do think this was your personal best to date.
Alesha: (5) I thought it was shaky with glimmers of hope, Jo. I could see tiny moments of confidence, but I want to see much more. I'm still worried for you when you are out of Brendan's hold, as the other boys said.
Len: (8) I liked the mix of steps there, I loved your free and easy attitude. For me, it was your best dance to date.
Bruno: (7) All racy and pacy, but I agree with Craig. If you put the bottom and top together, we're in for a winner.
Craig: (7) You certainly came out and delivered. However, it did for me feel like a dance of two halves, with the upper body fighting with the bottom two. If you can combine the two you will have a respectable Salsa.
Alesha: (7) Once again, character and confidence in abundance. You know how to get the party started. Just make sure you finish your moves and stay in control.
Len: (6) Improvement. More confidence and you performed it quite well. You don't dance for a living and it was the best from you that I've seen.
Bruno: (5) Joe, I have to be honest, you look like Fred Astaire but you dance like Fred Stiff. Give him a tape and imagine you dancing to the beat. There's still a disconnection there.
Craig: (3) For me, there was no sign whatsoever of improvement.
Alesha: (6) Get your bum in and back up. Sort that posture out. But you had the glint in your eye and it looked like you enjoyed it, which makes us enjoy it.
Bruno: (8) Control, flair, smooth as silk. Great musicality. But you did a mistake again! You know you did it.
Craig: (8) Classy, confident and comfortable to watch.
Alesha: (9) Best Foxtrot of the night so far. Lovely movement around the floor, great body contact, that was a great Foxtrot.
Len: (8) I'm not keen on backflips. I know you've been busy, but you repeated two bits of the routine. But overall you are a good dancer and it was a good job.
Bruno: (8) It was not Ricky Whittle, it was Ricky Martin. Talk about going for it. But you lost your timing a little bit and you were a little under-rehearsed.
Craig: (8) A couple of sticky moments in there and often your free arm looks a little lonely. But I absolutely loved the routine and I loved the backflip.
Alesha: (8) I don't think it's possible for you to do a dance, but I was disappointed with that. I think you're better than this. You are not Andrew Castle. For me it was corny, not cool. Sorry.
Len: (7) A gallant effort at a very tricky dance. You need to sort your elbow out and there needs to be more rise and fall. But it was a tough dance, which we have all forgotten.
Bruno: (6) Len's right, it is a very hard dance. At times you did look laboured and your rise and falls looked like you were going down a trench. But it is very hard, so good effort.
Craig: (5) Your frame is a complete and absolute disaster. It is really letting you down. Your head position was down mostly. For me, not great.
Alesha: (6) You enjoyed that, didn't you? We need to see more of that. You do need to drive it more, but just keep listening to Flavia and keep improving.
Len: (7) It was fun and it was effervescent. It was a good job, well done.
Bruno: (7) Oh Jade, what an explosion of colour and spice. Deliver it, girl! But I agree you need to watch your control.
Craig: (7) I though the energy was spectacular. But - a small but - the movement as a whole was a little bit broad. Fabulous grinding though, darling, and I loved the final position.
Alesha: (8) You can seriously move your body. Definitely the best-dressed couple of the evening. I thought you did really well. Lots of energy and you captured the Salsa energy. Just rein it in a little bit because it gets a bit messy sometimes.
Len: (8) This is a much harder dance than the Salsa, where you can just do a wink and a backflip. There's all sorts of heels and toes, you've got to do that footwork, you need to glide around the dancefloor. I think some people sitting here don't appreciate how tough a slow Foxtrot is. Well done!
Bruno: (7) It's hard playing straight, Ricky. The shoulders were sometimes up here, but it was a step in the right direction.
Craig: (6) Looking down a little bit and you lost your neck entirely on the standing spin. But great movement around the floor.
Alesha: (7) Ricky, I'm still trying to recover from last weekend. I know you feel more at home in the Latin, but to go further you need to improve your ballroom. Your shoulders are still creeping up, please work on that. But that was not half bad.
Len: (7) Phil, I thought you were brave to expose yourself up there on the stage. You got the flavour of the dance. It lacked content, you should have been together more, but all together - good job, well done.
Bruno: (7) Phil, I can't believe you can work your bum with such enthusiasm. You were shaking it. And considering the circumstances, you did incredible.
Craig: (4) As entertaining it was, that elongated beginning belonged in a nightclub in Soho and didn't do it for me. You didn't dance much after that either.
Alesha: (6) I thought you made great use of the buttock area Phil. I quite enjoyed that myself. Good basic Salsa steps. I would have liked to have seen more steps, but once again you always bring your character and considering everything that's happened this week, well done.