It's Strictly Come Dancing's 2018 Halloween special this weekend and here are all the dances and songs.
So beware of all the Strictly Halloween SPOILERS below!
It’s the spookiest event in the Strictly Come Dancing calendar. This year’s Halloween special sees the return of spiders, witches, broomsticks and ghosts to the Strictly ballroom.
If the celebrities thought the dancefloor was scary before, they’re in for an even bigger fright tonight! Tess ‘Devilish’ Daly and Claudia ‘Werewolf’ Winkleman present what promises to be a spine-tingling show and the remaining 11 couples enter into the spirit of Halloween.
Deciding who has cast the best spell of the evening are judges Shirley Ballas, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood, who will score the remaining guys and ghouls.
In last Sunday night's latest Strictly show, Vick Hope and Graziano Di Prima became the fourth celeb couple to be leave in the latest Strictly Come Dancing 2018 results, leaving eleven stars battling it out for victory.
Here's Saturday's week 6's Halloween Strictly Come Dancing song and dance list in full...
Strictly Come Dancing 2018 songs and dances - Halloween / Week 6
Ashley and Pasha: Charleston to Witch Doctor by Don Lang
Lauren and AJ: Paso Doble to Poison by Nicole Scherzinger
Stacey and Kevin: Tango to Doctor Who Theme
Faye and Giovanni: Theatre and Jazz to Fever by Peggy Lee
Kate and Aljaz: Rumba to Skin by Rag’n’Bone Man
Danny and Amy: American Smooth to Spirit In The Sky by Doctor and the Medics
Seann and Katya: Viennese Waltz to I Put A Spell On You by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins
Dr. Ranj and Janette: Jive to Monster Mash by Bobby Pickett
Charles and Karen: Jive to Time Warp by Richard O’Brien
Graeme and Oti: Cha Cha to Thriller by Michael Jackson
Joe and Dianne: Foxtrot to Youngblood by 5 Seconds of Summer
What do you make of all that then? Tweet us @tellymix!
The remaining eleven couples will take to the dancefloor once more this weekend when Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday 27th October at 6.50pm.
Currently, Stacey is the favourite to win the series.
Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for bookmakers BoyleSports commented: “Stacey Dooley is starting to become the untouchable favourite for the Glitterball trophy as her odds have further shortened to the now 7/4 favourite despite her score seeing her place joint third in the leaderboard as she was overshadowed by Danny John-Jules, Ashley Roberts and Charles Venn .”