Strictly Come Dancing 2016 will pay tribute to the late Pete Burns with a group dance in tonight's show, it's been revealed.
Dead or Alive frontman Pete sadly passed away aged 57 last Sunday after suffering a "massive" cardiac arrest.
Now Strictly has confirmed that the group dance for this week's Halloween-themed episode is set to his band's biggest hit, 'You Spin Me Round'.
In a statement released this morning, bosses dedicated the routine to Pete, explaining that it had been planned a long time before his death.
"Tonight's group dance is to the track 'You Spin Me Round' by Dead or Alive," a BBC spokesperson explained.
"This routine has been in the planning for months, and with the tragic news this week of Pete Burns' untimely death, we couldn't think of a better way to honour his name - and this brilliant track - than to make it the most spectacular Halloween Special group dance in the show's history. We hope you all enjoy it.
"Thanks Pete for the wonderful music."
George Galloway tweeted: "Sad to hear of the demise of Pete Burns. He was a cross between Oscar Wilde and Dorothy Parker. You don't get more brilliant than that. RIP"
Samuel Preston added: "Heartbroken to hear about Pete Burns. He was a true punk rocker and one of the kindest hearts I've ever know. Gutted."
Strictly Come Dancing continues tonight at 6.45pm on BBC One.