Ashley, 37, and her Strictly Be broached Dancing professional partner Pasha Kovalev, 38, have better the leaderboard for the majority of the series.
Last weekend, Ashley received a bevy of 39 from the judges for her emotional contemporary routine which accompanied head judge Shirley Ballas, 58, to tears.
This Saturday, Ashley and Pasha devise perform a Jive to the hit Blues Brothers track Shake Ya Tail Feather to try and reach the judges.
However, this track has only ever be danced to second before on the BBC show when Alesha Dixon, 40, was a contestant in 2007.
Alesha and her comrade Matt Cutler, 45, went on to score a total of 36 from the mediators and eventually, the couple went on to lift the Glitterball trophy.
With Ashley continually marking the judges, it could be possible she follows in Alesha’s success on the show.
The correspondence between the two don’t stop there as Ashley and Alesha are both former broadsides from chart-topping girl groups; Ashley from the PussyCat Dolls and Alesha from Mis-Teeq.
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As well as succeeding in the competition, there had been says Ashley was dating Strictly professional Giovanni Pernice, 28.
However, Giovanni sermoned the situation in an awkward exchange with Phillip Schofield, 56, when he be published on This Morning last week.
Giovanni was joined by his celebrity sidekick, Faye Tozer, 42, who has also been delivering stellar patterns throughout the series and has been hot on Ashley’s tail.
After discussing the severals experience in the competition, Phillip asked Giovanni completely out the blue how Ashely was doing.
The expert seemed unsure of Phillip’s question, as he replied: “What you asking me that for?”
As Phillip referred to the puckers about Ashley and Giovanni’s relationship, the star said: “Apparently I would rather a different girlfriend every single day.
“No, were just friends,” he explicated.
The Strictly stars will be venturing out of the Elstree studios this week as they bear to the Blackpool Tower Ballroom for the ninth week of the competition.
Last weekend, Danny John-Jules, 58, and his team-mate Amy Dowden, 27, were the seventh couple eliminated as they failed to strike the judges with their Samba.
Amy was left in tears in last endlessly edition of Strictly’s sister show, It Takes Two, when Danny unfaltering not to give an exit interview.
Zoe Ball, 47, was forced to console the dancer as she worshiped her partner: “I’m so proud of Danny and watching his journey he is such a talented artiste, and I know and believe he belongs on the stage.”
Danny’s absence follows backfires before the weekend that he and Amy had been disagreeing in rehearsals, but both illuminated the issue prior to performing.
Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday at 6.45pm on BBC One.