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Strictly Come Dancing 2015 week 8 songs & dances revealed

Find out what the couples will be dancing in Blackpool.

Kellie Bright and Kevin Clifton
Credit: BBC/Ray Burmiston/Matt Burlem

Strictly Come Dancing 2015 will be heading to Blackpool this week as the remaining 8 couples battle it out to keep their place in the competition.

For many of the celebs Blackpool is the milestone they want to reach before their time on the show comes to an end. Last week radio presenter Jeremy Vine and his partner Karen Clifton said goodbye to the competition as they narrowly missed a place in Blackpool.

Ahead of this weekend’s live show broadcast from the Tower Ballroom in Blackpool, the songs and dances for the couples have been released. Keep reading to find out what your favourites will be dancing…

Anita and Gleb will perform the Paso Doble to the dramatic ‘Malaguena’ by Connie Francis.
Georgia and Giovanni dance the American Smooth to the Whitney Houston power-ballad ‘I Have Nothing’.
Helen and Aljaž are going to Charleston to ‘Anything Goes’ from the musical of the same name.
Jamelia and Tristan Quickstep to 1960’s classic ‘I’m A Believer’ by The Monkees.
Jay and Aliona will Salsa to the disco-flavoured ‘Cuba’ by The Gibson Brothers.
Katie and Anton perform the American Smooth to Dean Martin’s ‘Ain’t That A Kick In The Head.
Kellie and Kevin will be Quickstepping to Dolly Parton’s ‘Nine To Five’.
Peter and Janette are Jiving to Tina Turner’s ‘River Deep, Mountain High’.

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Tune in to BBC One on Saturday at 6.50pm to see all of the action live from Blackpool.

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