Strictly Come Dancing 2016 goes to the movies tonight and here are all the songs and dances.
If you want to be surprised by the routines on BBC One this evening, look away now!
14 celebrity couples remain on the latest series and this weekend another will sadly leave the ballroom.
Last Sunday saw the very first (and very controversial) results show as Melvin Odoom and his pro partner Janette Manrara left the competition.
Tonight is the celebrities' third live performance, the second time they've faced the public vote and the first theme week of Strictly 2016.
The couples will be putting on routines inspired by famous films from over the years.
The Flintstones and Mary Poppins are just a few of the movies getting the 'Strictly treatment' this week.
Here's tonight's Strictly Come Dancing movie song and dance list in full...
Strictly Come Dancing 2016 songs and dances - Movies Week
Anastacia and Brendan: Viennese Waltz to 'A Thousand Years' by Christina Perri from the Twilight Saga
Claudia and AJ: Charleston to 'You Give a Little Love' by Paul Williams from Bugsy Malone
Daisy and Aljaz: Viennese Waltz to 'Spoonful of Sugar' from Mary Poppins
Danny and Oti: Paso Doble to 'The Train' by James Horner / 'El Sombero Blanco' from The Mask of Zorro
Ed and Katya: Jive to 'Great Balls of Fire' by Jerry Lee Lewis from Great Balls of Fire
Greg and Natalie: American Smooth to 'Everything I Do (I Do It For You)' by Bryan Adams from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
Judge Rinder and Oksana: Charleston to 'Meet The Flintstones' from The Flintstones
Laura and Giovanni: Salsa to 'Rhythm of the Night' by Valeria from Moulin Rouge
Lesley and Anton: Quickstep to 'A Couple of Swells' by Judy Garland and Fred Astaire from Easter Parade
Louise and Kevin: Cha Cha to 'Flashdance... What A Feeling' by Irene Cara from Flashdance
Naga and Pasha: Tango to 'Theme from Mission Impossible' by Lalo Schifrin from Mission Impossible
Ore and Joanne: American Smooth to 'Singin' In the Rain' by Gene Kelly from Singin' In The Rain
Tameka and Gorka: Tango to 'The Heat Is On' by Glen Frey from Beverly Hills Cop
Will and Karen: Salsa to 'Jai Ho (You Are My Destiny)' by A.R. Rahman and the Pussycat Dolls from Slumdog Millionaire
But that's not all as the celebs and pros will also open the latest show with a special group dance as well!
Strictly Come Dancing 2016's live shows continue tonight at 6:45PM on BBC One.
And the results show is on Sunday 9th October at 7:15pm on BBC One as another celebrity is sent home.