See Strictly Come Dancing 2019's movie week performances

Here are all of the pictures from tonight's Strictly Come Dancing 2019 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 face the public vote and the first theme week of Strictly 2019.

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

Anneka and Kevin danced the Charleston to Woo Hoo by The’s from Kill Bill while Alex and Neil performed a Rumba to How Far I’ll Go by Auli’I Cravalho from Moana.

Catherine and Johannes showcased a Rumba to Shallow by Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga from A Star Is Born, Emma and Anton danced the Salsa to Soul Bossa Nova by Quincy Jones from Austin Powers and Emma and Aljaz performed the Foxtrot to Downton Abbey by John Lunn from Downton Abbey

Michelle and Giovanni danced the Quickstep to Cabaret by Liza Minelli from Cabaret before Saffron and AJ performed the Paso Doble to Everybody Wants To Rule The World by Lorde from The Hunger Games


For their third live routine, Chris and Karen performed the American Smooth (Foxtrot) to Cheek To Cheek by Frank Sinatra from Top Hat, David and Nadiya danced the American Smooth (Viennese Waltz) to Kiss From A Rose by Seal from Batman Forever and Dev and Dianne gave us the first Couples’ Choice of the series, dancing to Friend Like Me by Will Smith from Aladdin.

Karim and Amy danced the Samba to Kung Fu Fighting by Carl Douglas from Kung Fu Panda, Kelvin and Oti danced the Charleston to Trip A Little Light Fantastic by Lin Manuel Miranda from Mary Poppins Returns and Mike and Katya did the Cha Cha to It’s Raining Men by The Weather Girls from Magic Mike

Completing the performances, Will and Janette danced a Pokemon Paso Doble to Gotta Catch ‘Em All.

Who was your favourite tonight? Tweet us @tellymix.

Strictly Come Dancing 2019 continues Sunday at 7:15PM with the second results show of the series.


As well as the results, Sunday's latest episode will open with a glittering group number from Strictly's pros as they recreate iconic moments in cinematic history, as they dance us through the movies.

Plus, Grammy and Emmy Award winner Harry Connick Jr will be in the ballroom to perform a Broadway classic live.