Ann Widdecombe was partnered with professional dancer Anton du Beke for Strictly Come Dancing 2010.
Ann scored 14 points for her American Smooth, which she performed with Anton on Saturday 4 December 2010. It proved to be their final competitive dance in the competition, which had seen the former MP make it through to week 10 - confounding the judges.
Ann and Anton found themselves in the bottom two with actor Scott Maslen and his professional partner Natalie Lowe. Judge Bruno Tonioli had said the dance was "more Hello Trolley then Hello Dolly".
Then host Tess Daley announced that the couple had finally reached the end of their Strictly journey. The audience gave the pair a standing ovation and Ann paid tribute to Anton and he in turn thanked her for being "incredibly wonderful."
Ann Widdecombe scored 14 points for her Titanic-themed Rumba, which she performed with Anton Du Beke on Saturday 27 November 2010.
Judge Len Goodman said it was the "daftest" dance he had ever seen but the couple were put through thanks to the public vote and will perform an American Smooth next. Patsy Kensit and Robin Windsor left the competition.
Ann Widdecombe scored 13 points for her Samba, which she performed with Anton Du Beke at Blackpool's Tower Ballroom on 20 November 2010.
Judge Craig Revel Horwood described it as "overwhelmingly awful" but the couple were put through thanks to the public vote and will perform a Rumba next. Felicity Kendal and Vincent Simone left the competition.
Ann made it through to the next round of Strictly yet again after performing the Foxtrot with partner Anton Du Beke on 13 November 2010. Michelle Williams and partner Brendan Cole left the competition.
Ann and Anton will dance the Samba when the competition moves to the Blackpool Tower Ballroom for one week on 20 November 2010.
Ann Widdecombe made it through to the next round of Strictly once again after performing a Charleston with partner Anton Du Beke on 6 November 2010. Next week they tackle the foxtrot.
The public vote saved the couple after they came bottom of the leader board. But Ann has vowed not to leave the show of her own accord. Jimi Mistry and Flavia Cacace were the latest pair to leave the show.
Ann and Anton got just 16 points from the judges for their crowd-pleasing Pasa Doble on 30 October but they were voted in by TV viewers. Actress Tina O'Brien was evicted.
Ann stunned everyone with her airborne arrival on stage to perform the tango on 23 October. The audience loved it and she will be back on 30 October for the Pasa Doble. Peter Shilton was voted off.
Ann and Anton got a standing ovation from the studio audience for their quickstep on 16 October.
The pair were voted in, so will be back on 23 October, when they will be performing the tango. The second celebrity to be voted out was Paul Daniels.
Ann and Anton survived the first public vote - despite the judges awarding them just 12 points for their unique salsa.
Ann and Anton were voted in by the public on 10 October - so it was back to training for the pair, who are preparing for the quickstep.
Ann and Anton danced the "Widdecombe waltz" on the first show on 2 October 2010.
Ann, 63, admits she does not expect to win but wants to experience something new. Here, Ann and Anton get to grips with training.
Ann says she prefers slow ballroom dances and does not like the more sexy Latin dances.
Ann says she feels fit enough for the challenge, but describes the technical aspect as "absolute murder". She also describes herself as "the pantomime act".
Ann and Anton are up against 13 other dance couples.
Former Conservative MP Ann retired from politics at the 2010 election and now lives on Dartmoor, where she writes books. Strictly Come Dancing 2010 starts on Friday 1 October.