Strictly Come Dancing (series 5) - Average Chart

Average Chart

Rank by
average
Competition
finish
Couple Total Number of
dances
Average
1 1 Alesha & Matthew 584 16 36.5
2 6 Kelly & Brendan 231 7 33.0
3 2 Matt & Flavia 526 16 32.9
3 3 Gethin & Camilla 428 13 32.9
5 9 Penny & Ian 150 5 30.0
5 11 Gabby & James 90 3 30.0
7 4 Letitia & Darren 324 11 29.5
8 7 John & Nicole 190 7 27.1
9 10 Dominic & Lilia 101 4 25.3
10 13 Stephanie & Vincent 24 1 24.0
10 5 Kenny & Ola 216 9 24.0
12 12 Willie & Erin 47 2 23.5
13 8 Kate & Anton 115 6 19.2
14 14 Brian & Karen 18 1 18.0

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