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Strictly Come Dancing 2014 week 2 dances & songs revealed

Find out what the couples will be dancing this weekend.

Judy Murray and Anton du Beke

Strictly Come Dancing will wave goodbye to its first couple this weekend but not before all 15 couples have the opportunity to dance once again.

Last week’s first live shows gave us a good idea of how each celebrity was getting on in the ballroom and identified those that will need to up their game to stay in the competition. Frankie Bridge and Kevin Clifton topped the leaderboard whilst Scott Mills and Joanne Clifton sank to the bottom.

Ahead of this weekend’s live show the dances and songs for each couple have been revealed:

Alison and Aljaz will be performing the Foxtrot to ‘I Just Wanna Make Love To You’ by Etta James.
Caroline and Pasha will be performing the Tango to ‘Blame’ by Calvin Harris and John Newman.
Frankie and Kevin will be performing the Charleston to the Happy Days theme.
Gregg and Aliona will be performing the Charleston to ‘Hey Good Looking’ by Ray Charles.
Jake and Janette will be performing the Salsa to ‘Mambo No 5’ by Lou Bega.
Jennifer and Tristan will be performing the Waltz to ‘Natural Woman’ by Aretha Franklin.
Judy and Anton will be perfoming the Cha Cha to ‘She’s a Lady’ by Tom Jones.
Mark and Karen will be performing the American Smooth to ‘I’m Yours’ by Jason Mraz.
Pixie and Trent will be performing the Waltz to ‘Come Away With Me’ by Norah Jones.
Scott and Joanne will be performing the Tango to ‘Stop!’ by the Spice Girls.
Simon and Kristina will be performing the Tango to ‘Sing’ by Ed Sheeran.
Steve and Ola will be performing the Cha Cha to ‘Treasure’ by Bruno Mars.
Sunetra and Brendan will be performing the Cha Cha to “Million Dollar Bill” by Whitney Houston.
Thom and Iveta will be performing the Salsa to ‘Hot Hot Hot’ by Arrow.
Tim and Natalie will performing the Waltz to ‘When You Wish Upon a Star’.

Tune in to Strictly Come Dancing at 6.20pm on Saturday night on BBC One to see how all the couples get on.

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