'Strictly Come Dancing' movie week: All the songs, dances and films
Strictly Come Dancing has released its full list of film-inspired songs and dances for movie week, which will see the return of Tom Fletcher and Amy Dowden.
The pair were forced to miss week two as they were isolating after positive COVID tests, but will make their way back to the ballroom this weekend with a Back To The Future themed Jive to Johnny B Goode by Chuck Berry.
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Jumping on the No Time To Die bandwagon are Greg Wise and Karen Hauer, who will be channelling 007 in their Paso Doble to Monty Norman's James Bond theme.
Meanwhile, fan favourites John Whaite and Johannes Radebe will also tackle the Paso Doble to Klaus Badelt's He's A Pirate from Pirates of the Caribbean.
Robert Webb and Dianne Buswell are abandoning the more serious image they went for in week two in favour of returning to a funny routine with a Quickstep to the Muppet Show theme from The Muppets Movie.
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Many of the couples have opted for family movie favourites: Dan Walker and Nadiya Bychkova will Foxtrot to Seth MacFarlane's Once Upon A Dream from Sleeping Beauty; week two score toppers Sara Davies and Aljaz Skorjanec will dance the Samba to Modern Romance's Best Years of Our Lives from Shrek; and Ugo Monye and Oti Mabuse will perform a Couple's Choice routine to Dwayne Johnson's You're Welcome from Moana.
Katie McGlynn and Gorka Marquez, who dodged elimination last week, will dance the American Smooth to Mel Leven's Cruella De Vil, while Rhys Stephenson and Nancy Xu have opted for Couple's Choice to P. Webster and J. Harris' theme from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzmin will be hoping to repeat their success from week two with a Jive to James Marsden's Nicest Kids in Town from Hairspray.
The remaining couples have taken inspiration from box office smashes, including Adam Peaty and Katya Jones' Rumba to I See You by Leona Lewis from Avatar.
AJ Odudu and Kai Widdrington have chosen an American Smooth to Whitney Houston classic I Have Nothing from The Bodyguard.
Hoping for another crowd pleaser are Judi Love and Graziano Di Prima, who have taken inspiration from Chicago for a Charleston to When You're Good to Mama by Queen Latifah and Taye Diggs.
Completing the line-up are Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice who will Foxtrot to Rose's Theme by James Horner from Titanic.
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