Strictly Come Dancing 2017 spoilers! Week 10's music and dances REVEALED

Tonight's Strictly songs and dances

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Tonight's Strictly Come Dancing 2017 dances, songs and music have been revealed for Week 10!

So beware of all the Strictly SPOILERS below!


Hosts Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly are back present the live show this evening and after the Blackpool special, it's back to London.

Just seven celebrity couples are left and as always judges Shirley Ballas, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood will mark their dances, while viewers take to the voting lines.

Last Sunday saw Jonnie Peacock become the latest to bow out of the competition in another surprise dance off and one more celebrity will be leaving this weekend.

Here's tonight week 10's Strictly Come Dancing music, song and dance list in full...

Tonight's Strictly Come Dancing 2017 songs and dances - Week 10

Alexandra and Gorka: Rumba to Halo by Beyoncé

Debbie and Giovanni: Argentine Tango to Por Una Cabeza by Carlos Gardel and Alfredo Le Pera


Gemma and Aljaž: Samba to The River of Dreams by Billy Joel

Mollie and AJ: Quickstep to The Baseballs’ version of Umbrella by Rihanna

Susan and Kevin: American Smooth to Beyond the Sea by Bobby Darin

Davood and Nadiya: Waltz to With You I’m Born Again by Billy Preston and Syreeta Wright

Joe and Katya: Quickstep to Jumpin’ Jack by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy


Also this weekend, all six couples will take to the dancefloor at the same time, dancing a Paso Doble with their pro partners.

The judges will then eliminate the couples one at a time. The longer a couple stays in, the more extra points they will win.


The first couple eliminated will get one point, the second to go will get to and so on. The winner will have seven extra points. These marks will be added to the scores out of 40 for their usual main routines.

The remaining seven couples will return to the dancefloor TONIGHT on Saturday 25th November at 6:50pm with the results show on Sunday 26th November at 7.20pm on BBC One.

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