Former Bond girl Fiona Fullerton was the seventh celebrity to be voted off 'Strictly Come Dancing'.

The 'View To A Kill' star found herself in the bottom two alongside actor Mark Benton, going head-to-head in a dance-off.

The 57-year-old actress gained 29 points out of 40, matching Mark's score, after performing her American Smooth to Frank Sinatra's 'Come Fly With Me' with professional partner Anton Du Beke who was dressed as a pilot.

After losing out to Mark she described taking part in the BBC One series as being like ''a guest at the best party in the world''.

She said: ''I can't thank you enough, or the producers at the BBC, for asking me to take part in this show.

'It's been fantastic, thank you. Anton has been unbelievably patient I can't tell you. I honestly have a memory like a colander. He's been utterly brilliant.''

On Saturday night (16.11.13) head judge Len Goodman said: ''I thought the attitude was first class, the movement was a bit business class and the lift was a little bit economy.''

After both couples danced to save their spots in the competition, the judges delivered their verdicts with Craig Revel Horwood saving Fiona and Darcey Bussell and Bruno Tonioli deciding to keep Mark and partner Iveta Lukosuite.

Len, who then had to cast the deciding vote, described it as ''very, very close''.