Strictly Come Dancing Halloween Week songs and dances revealed

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26 Oct 2022, 07:49

(Left) Molly and Carlos (Right) Ellie and Nikita

Credit: Twitter @BBCStrictly

Strictly Come Dancing will return this weekend with its Halloween special and the remaining couples will take to the dancefloor with the hopes of impressing the judges with their spooktacular dances.

Ahead of the live show on Saturday (29th October), the BBC has revealed which routines the celebrities and their professional partners will be tackling as well as the songs they are performing to.

See the full list below:

  • Ellie and Johannes: Couple’s choice to I Put A Spell On You by Bette Miller, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy

  • Hamza and Jowita: Tango to Wicked Game by Chris Isaak

  • Tyler and Dianne: Cha Cha Cha to Day-O (The Banana Boat Song) by Tanz Orchester Klaus Hallen

  • James and Amy: Charleston to Bumble Bee by LaVern Baker

  • Fleur and Vito: Salsa to Break My Soul by Beyoncé

  • Tony and Katya: Quickstep to The Devil Went Down To Georgie by The Charlie Daniels Band

  • Elli and Nikita: Foxtrot to Theme from Scooby Doo

  • Molly and Carlos: Argentine Tango to Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God) by Kate Bush

  • Kym and Graziano: Rumba to Frozen by Madonna

  • Will and Nancy: Cha Cha Cha to Mama Told Me Not To Come by Tom Jones and Stereophonics

  • Helen and Gorka: Foxtrot to Lil’ Red Riding Hood by Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs

Last week the show joined in with the BBC's 100th anniversary celebrations with dances to different theme songs and music from the channel over the years.

Sadly, we said goodbye to Jayde Adams and her partner Karen Hauer after they ended up in the dance-off with Molly and Carlos.

Speaking exclusively to prior to her exit, Jayde revealed that she and Karen were now friends from life and that she had discovered a newfound love of moving and dancing.

When asked what she will be taking about from her Strictly experience, Jayde said: “My friendship with Karen. Literally, we will know each other forever. So it's literally having a mate I've just made who I love.

“I haven't moved for years because of COVID, but moving around, finding a way to enjoy moving without it being like I have to do it because society is telling me that I shouldn't look the way I look. This has been the first time where I've actually enjoyed moving for moving sake and not feel like I'm doing like 100 squats every day.”