This week's Strictly Come Dancing 2018 dances and songs have been revealed as Blackpool weekend looms!
So beware of all the Strictly SPOILERS below!
Hosts Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly present the latest live show Saturday evening as the remaining nine celebs each dance a brand new routine.
As always judges Shirley, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood will be giving their marks on every aspect, while viewers take to the voting lines.
Last Sunday saw Dr Ranj Sing become the latest to bow out of the competition in the dance off result and one more celebrity will be leaving this weekend.
This week the pressure is on with the top eight celebs who make it through going on to perform at iconic the Blackpool Tower Ballroom in next week's live show.
So what are the dances they'll be hoping will get them there?
Here are week 8's Strictly Come Dancing music, song and dance list in full...
Strictly Come Dancing 2018 songs and dances - Week 8
Ashley and Pasha: Couples’ Choice – Contemporary to Unsteady – Erich Lee Gravity Remix by X Ambassadors
Lauren and AJ: Viennese Waltz to You Are The Reason by Calum Scott and Leona Lewis
Stacey and Kevin: Waltz to Moon River by Audrey Hepburn
Faye and Giovanni: Jive to Reet Petite by Jackie Wilson
Kate and Aljaz: Quickstep to I Want You To Want Me by Letters To Cleo
Danny and Amy: Samba to Feels Like Home by Sigala, Fuse ODG, Sean Paul, Kent Jones
Charles and Karen: Charleston to No Diggity by Minimatic
Graeme and Oti: Salsa to Follow The Leader by Soca Boys
Joe and Dianne: Samba to MMMBop by Hanson
As things stand, Stacey remains the current favourite to win the series.
The BBC journalist has certainly won the hearts of punters who have continued to support her off the back of her recent ‘Couple Choice’ Street performance which scored a staggering 36 points.
Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for BoyleSports commented: “Strictly Come Dancing is at the half way point and Blackpool is just around the corner. Each celebrity will be pulling out all the stops to ensure they make it to the Tower Ballroom. It appears Stacey Dooley can do wrong as her odds continue to shorten for the Glitterball trophy as punters flock to back her.”
She added “Joe Sugg also has strong supporters who have made him the 3/1 second favourite despite a wardrobe malfunction taking away from his Paso Doble performance.”
The remaining nine couples will take to the dancefloor this week when Strictly Come Dancing returns Saturday 10th November at 7pm with the results show on Sunday 11th November at 7.50pm on BBC One.