Strictly Come Dancing 2017 – Week 6 (Halloween Week) Songs/Dances

It’s that time again. The BBC last night revealed the songs and dances that the remaining 11 couples will be taking to the dance floor during this weekend’s halloween spooktacular. And I can reveal that they are:

  • Alexandra and Gorka perform the Tango to Maneater by Nelly Furtado
  • Aston and Janette will Paso Doble to Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
  • Davood and Nadiya perform the Rumba to Wicked Game by Chris Isaak
  • Debbie and Giovanni will Charleston to Frankie by Sister Sledge
  • Gemma and Aljaz dance the Jive to Ever Fallen In Love by The Buzzcocks
  • Joe and Katya perform the Foxtrot to Trouble by Coldplay
  • Jonnie and Oti dance the Cha Cha to Troublemaker by Olly Murs ft. Flo Rida
  • Mollie and AJ will also dance the Cha Cha to Better The Devil You Know by Kylie Minogue
  • Ruth and Anton perform a Quickstep to the Bewitched Theme Song
  • Simon and Karen will Viennese Waltz to Delilah by Tom Jones
  • Susan and Kevin perform a Foxtrot to Killer Queen by Queen

What do you think of the song choices? And whose routine are you most looking forward to. You can let me know your thoughts on that or anything else right here in the comments (please make sure you are clicked into an individual post and not on the homepage where 3 posts appear or you will not see the comments section. Or head on over to Facebook or Twitter using the links above and join the community on those networks.

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One Reply to “Strictly Come Dancing 2017 – Week 6 (Halloween Week) Songs/Dances”

  1. Halloween week is good for the dancing of course (which I love). However, the hair, make-up and costume people must work even harder than normal and that is what I’m looking forward to this Saturday. Still love Ruth and Anton, and Susan and Kevin, and Jonnie and Oti because they’ve never danced before, but like all the others also! I’d be no good as a judge!

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