Strictly Come Dancing 2023: Week 4 songs and routines revealed

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10 Oct 2023, 13:12

Strictly Come Dancing 2023 Movie Week - Krishnan Guru Murthy, Lauren Oakley, Adam Thomas, Luba Mushtuk

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The credits have rolled on Movie Week, but Strictly Come Dancing will be back this weekend with more huge performances as the competition hits its fourth week. 

There are only 13 couples remaining after week 3, which saw Virgin Radio's Angela Scanlon top the leaderboard, while radio presenter Nikita Kanda and media personality Zara McDermott both struggled, and faced each other in the dreaded dance-off. 

Eventually it was broadcaster Nikita who was sent home from the competition, but there’s no time for the remaining pairs to rest on their laurels. 

Strictly Come Dancing 2023 Week 4 routines: 

  • Adam and Luba: Waltz to I Wonder Why by Curtis Stigers

  • Amanda and Giovanni: Foxtrot to Everywhere by Fleetwood Mac

  • Annabel and Johannes: Jive to Feel It Still by Portugal. The Man

  • Angela R and Kai: Rumba to Rise Like A Phoenix by Conchita Wurst

  • Angela S and Carlos: Viennese Waltz to You Are The Reason by Calum Scott & Leona Lewis

  • Bobby and Dianne: Tango to Fashion by David Bowie

  • Eddie and Karen: American Smooth to Sex Bomb by Tom Jones

  • Ellie and Vito: Samba to Copacabana by Barry Manilow

  • Jody and Jowita: Salsa to Samba de Janeiro by Bellini

  • Krishnan and Lauren: Paso Doble to By The Way by Red Hot Chili Peppers

  • Layton and Nikita: Cha Cha to Million Dollar Bill by Whitney Houston

  • Nigel and Katya: Salsa to Suavemente by Elvis Crespo

  • Zara and Graziano: Viennese Waltz to You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me by Brenda Lee

Speaking exclusively to before her elimination, Nikita spoke about how being on the show is “a whole different world.”

She added: “It's so out of my comfort zone, you know, dancing.” 

Saying “I'm not shy to get on a dance floor, when it comes to parties or weddings,” the radio star told us, however: “These guys are athletes - so that hats off to them, I have so much respect for these pros, because they put in so much work into their bodies and fitness.

“A huge part of dancing is the fitness element of it, and when you watch the show, you don't think of that. We watch it because we love it and it's entertaining and it's amazing and it's fun, but there's a lot of hard work that goes into it. 

Describing it as “a really great learning curve,” she said: “I think I was definitely surprised about how much effort you really need, with your body and your muscles and the core.”

Strictly Come Dancing continues at 6:30pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on Saturday 14th October.