Strictly Come Dancing musicals week: Songs and dances revealed

The couples will be hoping all the world’s a dancing stage as they battle it out in Strictly Come Dancing’s quarter finals.

Press Association
Last updated:29 November 2017 - 11.33am

Even though the sound of it is something quite atrocious, Alexandra Burke will be hoping her Strictly Come Dancing performance this weekend is Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.

The former X Factor winner and her professional partner Gorka Marquez will perform a Charleston to the above-mentioned song from the 1964 film Mary Poppins for Strictly’s musical-themed week.

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From left to right, Alexandra Burke, Gorka Marquez, Susan Calman and Kevin Clifton during the results show for BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing (Guy Levy/BBC/PA)

Burke found herself in the bottom two dance off this past weekend, but was spared the dancing axe by the judges.

Holby City star Joe McFadden will take on a samba to Money, Money from Cabaret with his professional dance partner Katya Jones.

At this weekend’s quarter finals, former magician’s assistant Debbie McGee and her partner Giovanni Pernice will perform an American Smooth to Memory from Cats.

The Saturdays singer Mollie King and AJ Pritchard will aim to be the one that the judges want as they show off their fancy footwork doing a rumba to Hopelessly Devoted To You from Grease.

EastEnders actor Davood Ghadami and Nadiya Bychkova will take on an Argentine Tango, performed to the Phantom Of The Opera theme song of the same name.

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Nadiya Bychkova and Davood Ghadami during dress rehearsals for the live show of Strictly Come Dancing (Guy Levy/BBC/PA)

TV and radio personality Gemma Atkinson and her dance partner Aljaz Skorjanec will do a quickstep to Hello, Dolly! from the musical Hello, Dolly!.

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