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Strictly Come Dancing 2015 week 4 songs & dances revealed

Find out who is dancing what this weekend.

Jay McGuiness and Aliona Vilani
Credit: BBC/Ray Burmiston/Matt Burlem

Strictly Come Dancing 2015 has unveiled the details of all the dances and songs for this weekend’s live show.

There’s a real mix of songs this week ranging from Louis Armstrong to S Club 7! The couples will be aiming to bring their A game to ensure they do enough to sail through to week 5 of the competition.

Last weekend Olympic boxer Anthony Ogogo and his partner Oti Mabuse left the competition after losing the dance-off to Ainsley Harriott and Natalie Lowe. His departure followed that of Iwan Thomas and his partner Ola Jordan who were voted off during the series’ first results show.

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Find out what your favourite couple will be dancing to on Saturday night:

Ainsley and Natalie will be Waltzing to What a Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong
Anita and Gleb’s Hips Don’t Lie as they Samba to Shakira
Carol and Pasha will Paso to Trad’s Espana Cani
Daniel and Kristina will dance the American Smooth to Frank Sinatra’s Fly Me To The Moon
Georgia and Giovanni will Quickstep to S Club 7’s Reach
Helen and Aljaz will Salsa to Doctor Beat’s Miami Sound Machine
Jamelia and Tristan will do the Charleston to Straight Up by Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox
Jay and Aliona will Quickstep to My Generation by The Who
Jeremy and Karen will Jive to Bobby Darin’s Splish Splash
Katie and Anton will perform the Viennese Waltz to Elvis Presley’s If I Can Dream
Kellie and Kevin will Foxtrot to Dream A Little Dream by Mama Cass
Kirsty and Brendan will Paso to U2’s Beautiful Day
Peter and Janette will dance the Tango to New Order’s Blue Monday.

Tune in to BBC One on Saturday at 6.30pm for Strictly Come Dancing 2015.

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