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Everyone made an effort to get into that mood - one producer was wearing a headband, Phillip Schofield was wearing leg warmers - it was absolutely fantastic!
Dancing On Ice's professional skater Dan Whiston has had his say on Ray Quinn's winning streak, opened up about love and jealousy on the ice and revealed his most shocking Valentine's Day gift so far…
Dan Whiston, who is skating with the amazing Hayley Tamaddon in this year's series of Dancing On Ice 2014: All Stars, is the show's ultimate champion - he's lifted the trophy three times during the series and, if things play out well, he and Hayley could do so for a second time together.
Just three points behind Ray Quinn, who has topped the show's leader board for several weeks now, the popular skating duo look set to give that trophy their best shot - but is there any jealousy or resentment between contestants?
Now, in an exclusive column with Closer Online, everyone's favourite professional skater has revealed all. I absolutely loved 80s week; all the shoulder pads, sequins and big hair - and that was just the boys!
And, while some might think it's harder for the men to show off their skills, it really is 50/50 - a guy has to perform the lifts, but the girls have to know how to hold themselves in the lift, how to leave it at 50 miles an hour - on ICE - so it really is a 50/50.
He's always teaching everyone rude songs backstage; they're just brilliant and so catchy.
I'd look out for the next big musical on the West End, penned by Gareth - we'll have to get him backstage to give us some rude songs backstage before we go on next weekend! This Sunday, it's Team Challenge - three couples work together on the ice and whichever team wins will be given double the points.
But, this time, we had a really emotional story to portray on the ice and it seemed like it did the trick.
The judges got it, the live audience got it and the people at home got it.
Sure, we didn't have to wear the full-on 80s gear like everyone else, but it was lovely to do something so contemporary.
And it was lovely to work with a choreographer as amazing as Jerrie Reeve last week; he keeps things really fresh, adds a little bit of something extra for the 80s.