Come dance strictly spoilers follow.
The BBC is celebrating 100 years of broadcasting this weekend, and Come dance strictly is one of the flagship programs of Beeb who has fun.
As you might expect, StrictlyThe way to commemorate the anniversary is to have contestants and professional partners dance to songs that are either iconic theme tunes or linked to various BBC classics.
Ellie Simmons and Nikita Kuzmin will dance the Paso Doble for The apprentice musical theme, ‘Montague and Capulet’ by Sergei Prokofiev. Ellie Taylor and Johannes Radebe will dance the Tango at the Victim theme.
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Fleur East and Vito Coppola will represent the Eurovision Song Contest with a Jive to ABBA’s “Waterloo”, which saw the Swedish supergroup win the competition when held in Brighton in 1974.
We have two Charlestons this week, with Helen Skelton and Gorka Marquez performing the blue stone theme, while Jayde Adams and Karen Hauer will dance to “The Ballad of Barry and Freda (Let’s Do It)” by Victoria Wood.
To represent the original Come DanceKym Marsh and Graziano Di Prima will do the Quickstep of Sweet’s “Ballroom Blitz”.
Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu’s Couples’ Choice dance is at the Barn Hill theme, while Hamza Yassin and Jowitza Przystal will give us our second Quickstep of the night, with Imagine Dragons’ track “On Top of the World” representing the BBC’s nature programming.
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Of course, James Bye and Amy Dowden perform a foxtrot for EastEnders‘ ‘Julia’s Theme’ and its main theme, while Tony Adams and Katya Jones do the Cha Cha to the legendary Grandstand theme.
Tyler West and Dianne Buswell go Tango to the current version of the Doctor Who Segun Akinola’s theme, while Will Mellor and Nancy Xu will perform a Viennese waltz for Course of actionend credits music.
Come dance strictly continues on BBC One on Saturday October 22, while the spin-off Strictly: it takes two aired weekdays on BBC Two. Both shows are also streaming on BBC iPlayer.
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