Strictly Come Dancing is poised to embrace the glamour of Hollywood.
The BBC1 Saturday night dancing competition, which sees celebrities such as Judy Murray and Mark Wright compete to impress the judges, is set to present us with a night inspired by some of the greatest films of all time.
Week three will see the 14 remaining celebrities perform routines influenced by Hollywood’s best action, romance, thriller and comedy films.
The Hollywood-themed dances will also be judged by guest star Donny Osmond, who announced that he would be appearing on the show for one episode earlier this week, RadioTimes.com can exclusively reveal.
There’s no word yet on which songs the celebrities will be dancing to – or indeed which celebrities will be taking part, as the first elimination won’t happen until next Sunday – but we do know that the professional dancers will start the show with a performance of There’s No Business Like Showbusiness.
Strictly Come Dancing has had Hollywood weeks before with the contestants performing songs from Dirty Dancing, Mary Poppins and The Full Monty.
Strictly Come Dancing kicks off tomorrow at 9:00pm on BBC1
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