Strictly Come Dancing 2018 – Week 11 (Quarter Final) Songs/Dances

Here we are at the business end of the competition and just two more eliminations separate our couples from the grand final and potentially lifting the glitterball. It’s also musicals weeks with all the couples doing routines inspired by the musicals

The BBC have just announced details of the songs and dances the 6 remaining couples will be performing on Saturday to try and get into the semi finals and I can reveal that:

  • Ashley and Pasha Quickstep to ‘Don’t Rain on My Parade’ from Funny Girl
  • Charles and Karen Rumba to ‘Maria’ from West Side Story
  • Faye and Giovanni Charleston to ‘Lonely Goatherd’ from the Sound of Music
  • Joe and Dianne perform a Salsa to ‘Joseph Megamix’ from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
  • Lauren and AJ American Smooth to ‘I’m in Love with a Wonderful Guy’ from South Pacific
  • Stacey and Kevin American Smooth to ‘I Dreamed a Dream’ from Les Misérables

Complaints to the BBC

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Finally don’t forget that I’ve got a Brucie Bonus spoiler at the moment in the form of the Christmas Special Spoiler for your viewing pleasure. Because who doesn’t like taking a peek at their Christmas Presents?

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