Strictly Come Dancing 2016 – Week 6 Songs/Dances

It’s almost time for the annual Halloween Spooktacular! But what dances will the 10 remaining couples be doing and what ghastly music have the BBC chosen for them to dance along to. The BBC revealed all last night and so here are the songs and dances we have to look forward to this week:

  • Anastacia and Brendan will be dancing the Jive to ‘Bat Out Of Hell’ by Meat Loaf
  • Claudia and AJ will be dancing the American Smooth to ‘Black Magic’ by Little Mix
  • Daisy and Aljaz will be dancing the Paso Doble to Santa Esmeralda version of ‘Please Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood’
  • Danny and Oti will be dancing the Foxtrot to ‘Take Me To Church’ by Hozier
  • Ed and Katya will be dancing the Cha Cha to the Hansel Martinez version of ‘Love Potion No. 9’
  • Greg and Natalie will be dancing the Rumba to ‘Bring Me To Life’ by Evanescence
  • Laura and Giovanni will be dancing the Tango to ‘Paint It Black’ by The Rolling Stones
  • Louise and Kevin will be dancing the Charleston to the Emeli Sande version of ‘Crazy In Love’
  • Ore and Joanne will be dancing the Charleston to the Bow Wow Wow version of ‘I Want Candy’
  • Robert and Oksana will be dancing the Paso Doble to ‘Born This Way’ by Lady Gaga

What do you think of the song choices this week? And who are you most looking forward to? You can let me know in the comments section or over on Facebook or Twitter. Each time you join the discussion you are earning entries into this week’s competition to win a £20 Amazon UK voucher and possibly win a Kindle Fire Tablet. Full details on the competition and all the ways you can enter can be found here.

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