Strictly Come Dancing reveal songs and dances for this weekend

The celebrities have made it past the notorious Blackpool week, but this Saturday’s show is set to be even tougher as the BBC announce the latest song and dance choices.

After wowing audiences in the seaside town, the celebrities and their professional dancing partners will return to the Elstree Studios in Hertfordshire to perform some of their most challenging dances yet.

The BBC has revealed that Ashley Roberts and her partner Pasha Kovalev will be doing the Samba to ‘Hot Hot Hot’ by Arrow, while Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton will attempt the Paso Doble to ‘Malaguena’ by Brian Setzer.

Lauren Steadman and AJ Pritchard will be doing the salsa to Liam Payne and J Balvin’s ‘Familiar’.

Faye Tozer and Giovanni Pernice will perform the Waltz to Dee C Lee’s ‘See the Day’.

It’s tango time for Charles Venn and Karen Clifton, as they will perform the famous Argentine dance to the Big Country’s version of The Beatles’ ‘Eleanor Rigby’.

Joe Sugg and Diane Busswell will be dancing Street and Commercial as part of their Couple’s Choice to the sounds of ‘Jump Around’ by House of Pain.

Finally, Graeme Swann and Oti Mabuse will perform the Quickstep to ’Sing Sing Sing’ by The Andrews Sisters.

Last week, Kate Silverton and her partner Aljaž Škorjanec, were eliminated after a dance-off with Graeme and Oti.

Fans have been quick to express their excitement on social media, particularly about Joe Sugg and Diane Busswell’s forthcoming street and commercial performance.

One fan tweeted: ‘Yesss finally! @Joe_Sugg and @dbuss6589 are finally doing couples choice! I’ve been waiting for soooo long! GO ON #TEAMJOANNE ! YOU CAN DO IT!! Xxx.’

Another wrote: ‘@Joe_Sugg @dbuzz6589 STREET COMMERCIAL CANT WAIT ITS GONNA BE EPIC,’ while a third added: ‘I don’t think I have ever been more excited for a dance. Can’t wait to see @Joe_Sugg and @dbuzz6589.’

The Internet has spoken – it’s a line-up not to be missed!

Strictly Come Dancing airs on Saturday night at 6:50pm on BBC One.

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