Strictly Come Dancing returns for Week 7

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Strictly Come Dancing season 20 is now halfway through and, as always, the show is heating up. The remaining stars will once again return to the dance floor with new routines and bundles of energy as they fight for their place in the show. Here’s everything there is to know about watching the latest Strictly Come Dancing.

WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Strictly Come Dancing.

Strictly Come Dancing returned for its annual Halloween episode and it did not disappoint, from comedian Ellie Taylor’s Hocus Pocus Couple’s Choice, to radio host Tyler West’s Beetlejuice-themed Cha Cha.

Sadly, not everyone could stay in the show with EastEnders actor James Bye and Amy Dowden and singer Fleur East and partner Vito Coppola in the dance-off.

When it came to saving one of the couples, the judges unanimously chose to keep Fleur and James was sent packing.

Now, the remaining 10 couples will be starting afresh with another week to impress the viewers and judges. 

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What time is Strictly on tonight?

Strictly Come Dancing week seven will air at 7pm on Saturday, November 5, on BBC One.

As always, the celebrities’ songs and dances have been revealed ahead of the live show airing:

Fleur and Vito are dancing the Waltz to I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues by Elton John.

Helen and Gorka will perform the Jive to Tightrope by Janelle Monáe.

Ellie and Nikita tackle a Charleston to Too Darn Hot by Kiss Me Kate.

Hamza and Jowita try the Cha Cha Cha to I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) by Four Tops.

Tony and Katya are dancing the Salsa to I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho) by Pitbull.

Ellie and Johannes will dance a Rumba to Alone by Heart.

Tyler and Dianne perform the Viennese Waltz to I’ve Been Loving You Too Long by Seal.

Kym and Graziano tackle the Argentine Tango to Assassin’s Tango by John Powell.

Will and Nancy perform a Quickstep to Soda Pop by Robbie Williams featuring Michael Bublé.

Molly and Carlos try a Foxtrot to You Make Me Happy by My Sun and Stars.

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The competition is truly heating up as another milestone week is on the horizon.

On Saturday, November 19, the Strictly cast and crew are going to be heading to Blackpool to perform at the iconic Blackpool Tower Ballroom.

The contestants are desperate not to be kicked out in the next couple of weeks and miss out on the opportunity of a lifetime.

But who is going to wow the judges and whose performance will end up a flop on the night?

After Strictly airs on Saturday night, it will return for the results show on Sunday, November 6, at 7.15pm.

Those in the dreaded dance-off is going to be revealed as well as the next couple to leave the show for good.

As well as the results, fans will be treated to a Bollywood-inspired routine from the professional dancers and a special performance from musical star Luke Evans.

Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday, November 5, at 7pm on BBC One.

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