Strictly announces details about songs and dances for movie week

Megan Sutton
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Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

From Good Housekeeping

Strictly Come Dancing has shared details of the songs and dances in the show's upcoming movie week.

Last week, Jacqui Smith and Anton Du Beke were the first contestants to be voted out of the contest, and now 11 pairs are in with a chance of lifting the glitter ball trophy.

For movie week, the show will open with a James Bond number from the professional dancers, before the competing pairs strut their stuff.

Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

From Moulin Rouge, to Grease and Dreamgirls, an array of movies with iconic soundtracks will be represented during the programme. We'll be treated to a range of dance styles from the jive to paso doble.

Here's a full list of Strictly's movie week songs and dances:

  • Caroline and Johannes will dance the Couples’ Choice to Everything’s Coming Up Roses from Gypsy

  • Clara and Aljaz will Tango to Lady Marmalade from Moulin Rouge

  • Maisie and Gorka will dance the American Smooth to Into The Unknown from Frozen II

  • Nicola and Katya will Jive to Greased Lightnin’ from Grease

  • Ranvir and Giovanni will Foxtrot to Love You I Do from Dreamgirls

  • Bill and Oti will dance the Paso Doble to The Good, The Bad and The Ugly from the film of the same name

  • HRVY and Janette will dance the Cha Cha to Don’t Go Breaking My Heart from Gnomeo and Juliet

  • Jamie and Karen will dance the Charleston to Zero To Hero from Hercules

  • Jason and Luba will dance the Paso Doble to the Star Wars Theme from Star Wars

  • JJ and Amy will Foxtrot to Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

  • Max and Dianne will dance Couples’ Choice to The Simpsons Theme from The Simpsons Movie

Find out the rest of your need-to-know Strictly news here.

Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

Strictly Come Dancing continues this Saturday and Sunday at 7.25pm on BBC One.

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