Catch up with the third of the finalist couples and meet their family, friends and celebrity supporters. They've got one last chance before tomorrow's live final to canvas for votes. Will watching their dancing highlights and hearing their campaign details persuade you to support them? New.
6/10; series two. Police officer Mark and paediatric nurse Sharon worry that their two little girls are missing out by not having a parent to look after them full-time. But neither is keen to sacrifice their job. Can they find a solution to their problem?
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