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Tonight! Strictly Come Dancing 2017 line up, songs and dances revealed

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Strictly Come Dancing 2017 SPOILER alert! The first dances and songs for the Strictly Come Dancing live shows are in.

It's week one this weekend with the performances taking place live tonight on BBC One.

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But who's on the Strictly Come Dancing 207 line up, what are they dancing and which songs will they be performing to?

Well here's ALL you need to know about tonight's first Strictly Come Dancing live show...

Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Dances and songs - Week 1

In no particular performance order, the song and dance styles are as follows:

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Alexandra and Gorka: Waltz to (You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman by Aretha Franklin

Charlotte and Brendan: Foxtrot to The Best Is Yet To Come by Michael Buble

Chizzy and Pasha: Cha Cha to Boogie Fever by The Sylvers

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Debbie and Giovanni: Paso Doble to Be Italian by Fergie

Gemma and Aljaz: Cha Cha to There’s Nothing Holdin' Me Back by Shawn Mendes

Mollie and AJ: Jive to Good Golly Miss Molly by Little Richard

Ruth and Anton: Waltz to This Nearly Was Mine (Seth MacFarlane version)

Susan and Kevin: Viennese Waltz to Mad About The Boy by Dinah Washington

Aston and Janette: Foxtrot to It Had To Be You Harry Connick Jnr

Brian and Amy: Tango to Temptation by Heaven 17

Davood and Nadiya: Cha Cha to Dedication To My Ex by Lloyd ft. Andre 3000

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Joe and Katya: Jive to Rockin’ Robin by Michael Jackson

Jonnie and Oti: Waltz to When I Need You by Luther Vandross

Rev. Richard and Dianne: Cha Cha to There Must Be An Angel by the Eurythmics

Simon and Karen: Paso Doble to Song 2 by Blur

Strictly Come Dancing returns to BBC One tonight as all 15 couples take to the dancefloor on Saturday 23 September at 6.25pm.

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Judges Shirley Ballas, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood will be on hand to critique the celebrities and their professional dance partners and each couple will be scored by the judges out of 10, with a maximum of 40 points on offer.

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None of the dancing duos will be leaving the show this weekend though, as the judges scores will be carried forward to next weekend when the viewers will get the chance to vote for their favourites for the first time.

The viewer votes and judges' scores from the first two weeks will determine the bottom two celebs who must dance off to stay in the competition.

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