Ashley Roberts and Pasha Kovalev were ranked first with a perfect score after the highly anticipated Strictly Come Dancing Blackpool.
The couple's jive stunned the judges and saw them praised and won 10th across the board on a big night at the Tower Ballroom.
Roberts and Kovalev paid tribute to the environment after a routine on fish and chip stores, which won the famous "fab-u-lous" comment from judge Craig Revel Horwood.
Bruno Tonioli joined the praise, saying that the young man made "Strictly History" with their show of stop.
The judges were not afraid to give him 10 years on a show full of almost perfect routines, which was opened with an interpretation of Gloria Estefan.
Charles Venn and Karen Clifton earned a score of 38, putting them in second place for their sizzling samba who saw the actor named "King Charles I of Samba" by Tonioli.
Revel Horwood said he "did not pay attention to footwork," and instead looked at Venn's physique. Venn said, "I've lived your dream. It was great."
Faye Tozer and Giovanni Pernice danced a Paso Doble by fire, sealing their second place with another score of 38, winning two decades in the process.
Joe Sugg stayed excited after winning the third score of 38 shows, dancing fast with Dianne Buswell, while her grandmother looked at the audience.
Stacey Dooley was the first to sing and descend on a giant Blackpool rock stick before releasing a salsa with Kevin Clifton.
He earned praise from Revel Horwood for his "fantastic" hips, as he earned a total of 33 points.
Graeme Swann soon headed to the bottom two weeks with a choice of young and jazz with Oti Mabuse. Swann said: "I do not think we had such love in 90 seconds."
Against the dance are Kate Silverton and Aljaz Skorjanec, along with Lauren Steadman and AJ Pritchard.