Strictly Come Dancing 2020 – Week 3 (Movie Week) Songs/Dances

Strictly may have skipped their annual halloween spooktacular but the annual trip to the movies (in a socially distanced manner) is a go! The BBC yesterday announced details of the songs/dances the 11 remaining couples will be doing and I can reveal that……

  • Bill and Oti: Paso Doble to The Good, The Bad and The Ugly by Ennio Morricone from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
  • Caroline and Johannes: Couples’ Choice to Everything’s Coming Up by Roses Ethel Merman from Gypsy
  • Clara and Aljaž: Tango to Lady Marmalade by Pink, Mya, Lil’ Kim and Christina Aguilera from Moulin Rouge
  • HRVY and Janette: Cha Cha to Don’t Go Breaking My Heart by Elton John and Kiki Dee from Gnomeo and Juliet
  • Jamie and Karen: Charleston to Zero To Hero by Tawatha Agee, Lillias White, LaChanze, Roz Ryan, Cheryl Freeman and Vanéese Y. Thomas from Hercules
  • Jason and Luba: Paso Doble to the Star Wars Theme by John Williams from Star Wars
  • JJ and Amy: Foxtrot to Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head by B.J. Thomas from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
  • Maisie and Gorka: American Smooth to Into The Unknown by Idina Menzel from Frozen II
  • Max and Dianne: Couples’ Choice to The Simpsons Theme by Danny Elfman from The Simpsons Movie
  • Nicola and Katya: Jive to Greased Lightnin’ by John Travolta from Grease
  • Ranvir and Giovanni: Foxtrot to Love You I Do by Jennifer Hudson from Dreamgirls

Complaints to the BBC

What do you think of the song choices and dances? Who are you most looking forward to? You can let me know your thoughts on that or anything else to do with the upcoming show right here in the comments or over on Facebook or Twitter.

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