As the competition hots up following Dr Ranj Singh’s departure, there promises to be some excellent routines in week eight, with tunes ranging from Audrey Hepburn’s Moon River and No Diggity by Minimatic.
Read on for all the couple’s dances and songs for this week.
- Strictly Come Dancing 2018 contestants: who has joined the celebrity line-up?
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- Who finished top of last week’s Strictly leaderboard?
What are the songs and dances for Strictly Come Dancing week eight?
Ashley Roberts and Pasha Kovalev– Couples’ Choice – Contemporary to Unsteady – Erich Lee Gravity Remix by X Ambassadors
Will Ashley and Pasha top the leaderboard again with this contemporary dance number? (Probably)
Charles Venn and Karen Clifton –Charleston to No Diggity by Minimatic
After they were in the dance-off again in week seven, could the couple impress with their Charleston?
Danny John-Jules and Amy Dowden – Samba to Feels Like Home by Sigala, Fuse ODG, Sean Paul, Kent Jones
Danny had a wobble last week, coming bottom of the leaderboard — but will his Samba to Feels Like Home prove a home-run?
Faye Tozer and Giovanni Pernice – Jive to Reet Petite by Jackie Wilson
Could Faye and Giovanni be jiving all the way to Blackpool?
Graeme Swann and Oti Mabuse – Salsa to Follow The Leader by Soca Boys
Oti will be putting Graeme through his paces for this fast-paced routine.
Joe Sugg and Dianne Buswell –Samba to MMMBop by Hansen
Joe’s proven he’s light on his feet before — can he score a 10 from the judges following his hat-trick of nines last week?
Kate Silverton and Aljaž Škorjanec –Quickstep to I Want You To Want Me by Letters to Cleo
After her injury, fingers crossed Kate’s recovered enough to master the tricky Quickstep.
Lauren Steadman and AJ Pritchard – Viennese Waltz to You Are The Reason by Calum Scott and Leona Lewis
Following a more than respectable 31 from the judges in week seven, Lauren and AJ will be hoping to climb the leaderboard this time around.
Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton – Waltz to Moon River by Audrey Hepburn
An iconic song from Breakfast at Tiffany’s, we predict this will be a fan favourite.