‘Strictly Come Dancing’ bosses have revealed which songs and dances the contestants are hoping will see them through the first elimination this weekend.
While the competition kicked off last Saturday, this week will see the first couple leave the show, and it looks like everyone is pulling out all the stops to ensure it isn’t them.
Here’s what they will all be dancing to this week...
- Katie and Gorka will be dancing the Paso Doble to ′Confident’ by Demi Lovato
- Susannah and Anton will be dancing the Foxtrot to ′They Can’t Take That Away From Me’ by Frank Sinatra
- Ashley and Pasha will be dancing the Cha Cha Cha to ′Boogie Wonderland’ by Earth, Wind and Fire
- Lauren and AJ will be dancing the Charleston to the Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox version of Dua Lipa’s New Rules
- Faye and Giovanni will be dancing the Viennese Waltz to ′It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World’ by Seal
- Stacey and Kevin will be dancing the Cha Cha Cha to ′Came Here For Love’ by Sigala feat. Ella Eyre
- Kate and Aljaz will be dancing the Tango to ′No Roots’ by Alice Merton
- Vick and Graziano will be dancing the Waltz to ′Somewhere’ from ‘West Side Story’
- Danny and Amy will be dancing the Cha Cha Cha to ‘Beggin’’ by Madcon
- Lee and Nadiya will be dancing the Jive to Blue Suede Shoes by Elvis Presley
- Seann and Katya will be dancing the Jive to ′I’m Still Standing’ by Elton John
- Dr. Ranj and Janette will be dancing the Salsa to ′Fireball’ by Pitbull and John Ryan
- Charles and Karen will be dancing the Quickstep to ′Sir Duke’ by Stevie Wonder
- Graeme and Oti will be dancing the American Smooth to ′Try A Little Tenderness’ by Otis Redding
- Joe and Dianne will be dancing the Charleston to ′Cotton Eyed Joe’ by Rednex
Last week’s opening show saw all 15 couples take to the floor for the first time, with mixed fortunes.
Faye Tozer and Ashley Roberts both topped the leaderboard with their routines, scoring 29 points out of a possible 40.
At the other end of the table was Susannah Constantine, who picked up just 12 points for her Samba, with judge Bruno Tonioli remarking: “It was more like Car Crash Miranda than Carmen Miranda.”
But with the judges’ scores from last week combined with this week, who will suffer the unlucky fate of landing in the first dance off?
‘Strictly Come Dancing’ continues on Saturday at 6.30pm on BBC One.