Host Claudia Winkleman revealed a totally different line-up of celebrities listed on the Strictly Come Dancing leaderboard.
Ashley Roberts is at the top of the leaderboard, while Lauren is currently at the bottom.
Claudia announced: “It’s time to take a look at the leaderboard.
“At the top, of course, we have Ashley and Pasha with the perfect score.
“Down the other end are Lauren and AJ with a score of 25.
“Remember, you can change all of that by picking up the phone or going online and voting for your favourite.”
The vote is now closed, with viewers having to wait and see how their favourite will do tomorrow night.
It comes after the latest odds predicted YouTuber Joe Sugg could win the show, but is only the second favourite.
Stacey Dooley is still the favourite contestant to win the series.
Betway’s Alan Alger told Express.co.uk: “Joe Sugg put in another impressive display over the weekend and his Samba has impressed punters who are backing the YouTuber for the title.
“He’s now the clear second favourite for 2018 Glitterball at 9/4, and looks the only viable challenger to Stacey Dooley with the pair clear at the top of the market.
“Dooley has also been well-supported this morning and she’s now just 6/5 after receiving rave reviews for her weekend Waltz.
“It looks as though we have something of a two-horse race on our hands with Ashley Roberts and Faye Tozer now unfancied at 6/1.”
Earlier in tonight’s show, fans were left raging after Stacey’s impressive Salsa was “undermarked” by judge Craig Revel Horwood.
Stacey impressed viewers with her Salsa alongside her professional partner Kevin Clifton and an extra dance troupe to help her routine.
After arriving to the dance floor while riding a giant stick of Blackpool rick, Stacey revealed to host Tess Daly: “I was so nervous to open. I can’t believe I’m here!”
However, judge Craig was not impressed and called Stacey’s dancing “haphazard and ugly” before issuing just seven points.
He said: “Ah, you need to be aware of your legs in all the lifts. Especially anticipating.
“It’s anticipating the direction of them and getting them there and actually getting out of the lifts was quite haphazard and ugly.”
Following his scathing remarks, Craig did go on to issue one compliment, saying: “Apart from that, I thought your hip action was absolutely fantastic.”