Who is performing on Strictly Come Dancing this weekend?

Viewers will be treated to a very special performance this weekend.

Who is performing on Strictly Come Dancing

The fun never stops when it comes to Strictly Come Dancing!

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After all the celebs in the Strictly Come Dancing line-up have performed on Saturday, viewers are treated to a special performance from a guest act on the results show.

The next results show will take place on Sunday November 29th, and will see another pair of contestants in the dance off.

In Week Five, actress Caroline Quentin was sent home after finding herself in the dance-off with Maisie Smith, who faced her second dance-off in two weeks.

The Strictly Come Dancing judges decided to save the EastEnders star once again, and this week, she’ll have another chance to impress and potentially bag herself a spot in the Strictly Come Dancing final.

So, while we wait for the scores from Strictly Come Dancing leaderboard and the Strictly vote to be combined this weekend, who will be performing in the Strictly ballroom and keeping us entertained?

Here’s everything you need to know about this weekend’s Strictly Come Dancing guest performer.

Who is performing on Strictly Come Dancing this week?

There’ll be a very special performance from singer-songwriter Gary Barlow.

Best known as the lead singer of pop group Take That, Barlow is  an English singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, and television personality.

He is one of Britain’s most successful songwriters, having written 14 number one singles (10 with Take That, three solo, and one with Robbie Williams, Candy). He has also written 24 top 10 hits.

As a solo artist, he has had three number-one singles, six top 10 singles and two number one albums, and has additionally had 17 top five hits, 12 number one singles and eight number one albums with Take That.

Additionally, Barlow was a judge on The X Factor from 2011 to 2013, as well as Let It Shine in 2017.

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The Strictly Come Dancing is on BBC One on Saturday at 7:15pm and Sunday night at 7:25pm. If you’re looking for something to watch tonight, check out our TV Guide.