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Strictly week 9 songs & dances revealed

Find out who will be dancing to what on Saturday’s show.

Anya Garnis and Patrick Robinson

Strictly Come Dancing has been reaching new highs this year and last weekend’s Blackpool instalment was pretty spectacular.

8 couples remain in the competition after Fiona Fullerton and Anton Du Beke waved goodbye to the dancefloor after last week’s results show. Their elimination meant that Mark Benton and Iveta Lukosiute lived to dance another week.

Ahead of week 9 the dances and songs for each of the couples have been revealed. Find out who is dancing to what this weekend:

Ashley and Ola will be waltzing to ‘I Will Always Love You’ by Claudia Streza
Patrick and Anya will be dancing the Viennese Waltz to Celine Dion’s ‘A New Day Has Come’
Abbey and Aljaz will be performing the Paso Doble to ‘You Got The Love’ by Florence and the Machine
Sophie and Brendan will dance the Rumba to Amy Winehouse’s version of ‘Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow’
Mark and Iveta will Foxtrot to the Michael Buble favourite ‘It’s A Beautiful Day’
Susanna and Kevin will be Cha Cha-ing to the classic ‘Hound Dog’ from Smokey Joe’s Café
Ben and Kristina will dance the Charleston to ‘No Diggity’ by Minimatic
Natalie and Artem will Tango to Rihanna’s hit ‘Where Have You Been’

Tune into Strictly Come Dancing at 6.30pm this Saturday on BBC One and BBC One HD. See how the couples are getting on in training below:

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