The competition on Strictly Come Dancing is hotting up, and the routines and song choices for week 7 have now been revealed.
After last weekend’s Halloween episodes featured a spooky spectacular, things are getting back to normality this Saturday.
The nine remaining couples will take to the dancefloor for another series of routines, as the remaining stars start to look forward to later stages of the competition.
Music wise, viewers will be treated to a performance soundtracked by a Dolly Parton classic, while dancers will also be taking to the stage to tracks by Jonas Brothers and Sting.
There’s a wide variety of dances to keep an eye out for too, with Charlestons, sambas and tangos plus plenty more.
See the full list of dances below.
Strictly: Week 7 routines revealed
· AJ and Kai will dance the Charleston to Don’t Bring Lulu by Dorothy Provine
· Rose and Giovanni will perform the Samba to Cinema Italiano by Kate Hudson
· Sara and Aljaz will dance the quickstep to Dolly Parton’s 9 to 5
· Tilly and Nikita will dance the Tango to Kings & Queens by Ava Max
· Adam and Katya will dance the Jive to Little Bitty Pretty One by Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers
· Dan and Nadiya get to choose what they will dance to Classic by MKTO
· John and Johannes will dance the Rumba to Shape Of My Heart by Sting
· Rhys and Nancy will perform the Quickstep to What A Man Gotta Do by the Jonas Brothers
· Tom and Amy will dance Paso Doble to Amparito Roca by Jamie Texidor
The action will pick up after Judi Love became the latest star to leave the competition on Sunday.
Viewers bid farewell to Judi and Graziano Di Prima on Sunday – but it’s been revealed that they had far less time to prepare for last weekend’s show than anyone realised.
The 41-year-old had been off the show for one week after testing positive for Covid, and had an incredibly short window to prepare for Saturday’s show.
Stars Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice have also set the bar very high after achieving the first perfect score of the 2021 series in record time.
Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday at 6:45pm on BBC One.
Credit: Original article published here.