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Strictly Come Dancing Announces Songs And Dances For This Year's Quarter-Final

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Strictly Come Dancing airs its semi-final this weekend (Photo: BBC / Guy Levy)
Strictly Come Dancing airs its semi-final this weekend (Photo: BBC / Guy Levy)

With five couples left in the competition, Strictly Come Dancing bosses have announced the songs and dances for this year’s quarter-final.

After landing at the top of the leaderboard last week, it’s been revealed that John Whaite and Johannes Radebe will be dancing the Salsa to We Are Family by Sister Sledge.

Having survived the most recent-dance off, CBBC presenter Rhys Stephenson will be hoping to avoid the bottom two with what promises to be a dramatic Argentine Tango to Phil Collins’ In The Air Tonight.

We can also look forward to a Tango from Dan Walker, while AJ Odudu will be aiming for that elusive 40 for her Salsa routine.

Here’s the full list of what we can expect from Saturday night’s live show…

  • AJ and Kai will be dancing the Salsa to Rhythm Is Gonna Get You/Get On Your Feet by Gloria Estefan

  • Rose and Giovanni will be dancing the American Smooth to This Will Be by Natalie Cole

  • Dan and Nadia will be dancing the Tango to Santa Maria by Gotan Project

  • John and Johannes will be dancing the Salsa to We Are Family by Sister Sledge

  • Rhys and Nancy will be dancing the Argentine Tango to In The Air Tonight by Phil Collins

Last week saw Tilly Ramsay leaving the competition after her third time in the bottom two.

Her dance-off performance was particularly noteworthy as her professional partner Nikita Kuzmin suffered a wardrobe malfunction and ended up finishing the routine completely shirtless.

Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday night at 6.40pm.

This article originally appeared on HuffPost UK and has been updated.

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