Strictly Come Dancing has announced a list of the songs the couples will be dancing to on Saturday night’s show (October 1) as well as what kind of routine they will be performing for week 2.
Sharing the news to Twitter today (September 27) the BBC released a teaser video of all of the couples and their selected songs.
As well as the songs they would be dancing to, the BBC also released a comprehensive list to their website of the dance routines the couples would be tackling to accompany the songs.
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The full list of songs and dances is as follows:
- Ellie Taylor and Johannes Radebe – Paso Doble, ‘Les Toreadors’ (Georges Bizet)
- Kym Marsh and Graziano Di Prima – Viennese Waltz, ‘Runaway’ (The Corrs)
- Matt Goss and Nadiya Bychkova – Samba, ‘Night Fever’ (Bee Gees)
- Tony Adams and Katya Jones – Charleston, ‘My Old Man’s A Dustman’ (Foster & Allen)
- Richie Anderson and Giovanni Pernice – Quickstep, ‘Dancin’ Fool’ (Barry Manilow)
- Hamza Yassin and Jowita Przystal – Jive, ‘Blinding Lights’ (The Weeknd)
- Helen Skelton and Gorka Marquez – Cha Cha, ‘Rain On Me’ (Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande)
- Jayde Adams and Karen Hauer – Tango, ‘Rumour Has It’ (Adele)
- Will Mellor and Nancy Xu – Salsa, ‘Never Too Much’ (Luther Vandross)
- Tyler West and Dianne Buswell – Jive, ‘Hit The Road Jack’ (Buster Poindexter)
- Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu – Quickstep, ‘Love On Top’ (Beyoncé)
- Ellie Simmonds and Nikita Kuzmin – Waltz, ‘Can’t Help Falling In Love’ (Elvis Presley)
- Fleur East and Vito Coppola – Viennese Waltz, ‘Glimpse Of Us’ (Joji)
- Kaye Adams and Kai Widdrington – Charleston, ‘Music! Music! Music!’ (Dorothy Provine)
- James Bye and Amy Dowden – Tango, ‘Bad Habits’ (Ed Sheeran)
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Strictly Come Dancing co-host Tess Daly recently reflected on the evolution of the show and described it as a “huge privilege to be part of people’s lives”.
“It’s feel-good TV at its best, and, let’s be honest, all of us need more of the feel-good factor in our lives right now,” she added.
Strictly Come Dancing returns on Friday, September 23 on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
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