See Strictly Come Dancing 2017's movie week performances

Here are all of the pictures from tonight's Strictly Come Dancing 2016 movie week.

14 celebrity couples remain on the latest series and this weekend another will sadly leave the ballroom.

This weekend is the celebrities' third live performance, the second time they'll faced the public vote and the first theme week of Strictly 2017.

The couples tonight put on routines inspired by famous films from over the years.

Fresh from THAT Paso last week, Alexandra and Gorka this week performed American Smooth to Wouldn't It Be Loverly from My Fair Lady while Aston and Janette danced the Cha Cha to Can't Stop The Feeling from Trolls

Hoping to bounce back from the bottom two, Brian and Amy danced the American Smooth to If I Only Had A Brain from The Wizard of Oz while Ruth and Anton did the Rumba to Diamonds Are Forever from James Bond (Diamonds Are Forever).

Charlotte and Brendan performed the Tango to Danger Zone from Top Gun while Davood and Nadiya showcased a Samba to Stayin' Alive from Saturday Night Fever.

Reigning scoreboard leaders Debbie and Giovanni this week had the Quickstep to Let's Call The Whole Thing Off from Shall We Dance? whereas Gemma and Aljaz danced a Charleston to The Bare Necessities from The Jungle Book.

More movie themed routines this week included Joe and Katya's Viennese Waltz to Somewhere My Love from Doctor Zhivago, Jonnie and Oti's Paso Doble to The Raiders March from Indiana Jones and Mollie and AJ's American Smooth to Climb Every Mountain from The Sound of Music.

Rev. Richard and Dianne had the crowd won over but not the judges with his Paso Doble to Flash's Theme from Flash Gordon.

Rounding off the routines tonight, Simon and Karen danced the Quickstep to You've Got A Friend In Me from Toy Story and Susan and Kevin showcased the Samba to Wonder Woman (Theme) from Wonder Woman.

Who was your favourite tonight? Tell us in the comments below!

Strictly Come Dancing 2017 continues Sunday with the second results show of the series.

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