Strictly Come Dancing 2018 – Week 9 (Blackpool) Songs/Dances

Well its been a fun couple of days here in Strictly Spoiler towers with the media once again demonstrating an inability to write an original story about something that is actually newsworthy and deciding to vilify me for posting the spoiler everyone is talking about but no one actually cares about: The Children In Need Spoiler

Anyway I digress, the BBC have just announced details of just what songs and dances the couples will be performing to in the Tower Ballroom in Blackpool on Saturday and I can reveal that:

  • Ashley and Pasha Jive to ‘Shake Ya Tail Feather’ from The Blues Brothers
  • Charles and Karen Samba to ‘La Bamba’ by Connie Francis
  • Faye and Giovanni Paso Doble to ‘Unstoppable’ by E. S. Posthumus
  • Graeme and Oti perform a Couples’ Choice in the style of Theatre and Jazz to ‘The Trolley Song’ from Meet Me in St. Louis
  • Joe and Dianne Quickstep to ‘Dancin’ Fool’ from Copacabana
  • Kate and Aljaz American Smooth to ‘Everlasting Love’ by Love Affair
  • Lauren and AJ Argentine Tango to ‘River’ by Bishop Briggs
  • Stacey and Kevin Salsa to ‘Ooh Ahh (Just A Little Bit)’ by Gina G

Complaints to the BBC

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