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26/11/2019 14:52 GMT

Strictly Come Dancing Musicals Week To Feature Group Number Led By Craig Revel Horwood

If you thought Bruno Tonioli's number last week was OTT, just wait until you see what Craig has got planned.

The songs and dances being performed in this year’s Strictly Come Dancing musicals week have been revealed, including a group performance we truly can’t wait for.

On Saturday night, viewers can look forward to Kelvin Fletcher being transformed into the burly villain from Beauty And The Beast for an American Smooth, while Alex Scott will perform a Samba to Joyful Joyful from Sister Act.

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Kelvin Fletcher will channel an iconic Disney villain in this week's Strictly live show

Here’s the full list of what to expect from this week’s Strictly live show…

Alex Scott and Neil Jones will perform a Samba to Joyful Joyful from Sister Act

Emma Barton and Anton Du Beke will dance a Charleston to Thoroughly Modern Millie from the musical of the same name

Chris Ramsey and Karen Hauer will perform a Foxtrot to Consider Yourself from Oliver!

Karim Zeroual and Amy Dowden will dance a Jive to You Can’t Stop The Beat from Hairspray

Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse will perform an American Smooth routine to Gaston from Beauty And The Beast

However, we’re guessing all of this week’s numbers will pale in comparison to what Craig Revel Horwood has up his sleeve for us on Saturday night.

Following Bruno Tonioli’s live performance in last week’s live show, it’s been revealed that Craig will be “donning his glad-rags” and leading the judges, celebrities and professional dancers in a routine inspired by the musical Hello Dolly!, which is set to debut on the West End next year.

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Craig Revel Horwood

Last week’s results show featured yet another shock elimination, when former frontrunner Saffron Barker was sent home in favour of Karim.

Since then, her professional partner AJ Pritchard has accused the judges of “underscoring” their performance, leading to them winding up in the bottom.

Strictly returns on Saturday night on BBC One.

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