Watch the Strictly Come Dancing 2017 celebrities in training for Blackpool!

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Here's a look at how the Strictly Come Dancing 2017 celebrities are getting into shape for Blackpool!

It's the show's annual special at the iconic Tower Ballroom this weekend and eight celebs remain.


Expect lots of magical moments as presenters Tess and Claudia are joined by the celebrities and their professional partners.

Plus of course, the awesome foursome judging panel of Shirley Ballas, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood.

The main show will kick off with a grand group performance fit to fill the massive Tower ballroom, and the stakes are high as the celebrities and their professional partners are feeling the pressure with the Grand Final approaching.

Once again it's a new dance for all of them as they continue in the race for the Glitterball trophy.

But who will get full marks from the judges and who will be heading home?


Dances this week include a pair of Pasos from Susan and Kevin and Davood and Nadiya, dancing to Scott & Fran’s Paso Doble from ‘Strictly Ballroom’ and Live And Let Die by Paul McCartney and Wings respectively.

Current favourite to win Debbie and Giovanni will Samba to Spice Girls Medley (Wannabe / Who Do You Think You Are) while her nearest competitors Alexandra and Gorka are Quickstepping to The Gold Diggers’ Song (We’re In The Money) from ‘42nd Street’

Gemma and Aljaz will dance the American Smooth to Downtown by Petula Clark while Mollie and AJ perform the Charleston to Wings by Little Mix

Joe and Katya are going to showcase a Salsa to Ride On Time by Black Box and finally, hoping to bounce back from the bottom two, Jonnie and Oti will Tango to Sweet Dreams by Eurythmics

But how are they getting on in training?

You can check out the latest updates in the videos above!


The remaining eigth couples will take to the dancefloor this week when Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday 18th November at 6:45pm.

And there's also the results show on Sunday 19th November at 7.15pm on BBC One.

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