All Strictly Come Dancing songs and dance styles for week one announced

Last weekend Strictly Come Dancing fans finally found out the celebrity and professional dance pairings.

The launch show allowed the celebs to show off their dancing abilities on the Strictly dance floor for the first time in a group dance.

As of last Saturday the couples have a week to learn the dances, before the live shows start on October 24.

The celebs have created a support bubble with their professional dance partner in order to comply with coronavirus regulations.

Now the dance styles and songs for week one have been announced for the 12 celebrities.

Jamie Laing will finally make his Strictly debut after becoming injured in last year’s season.

The Made In Chelsea star will dance to the hit song Think About Things, which was originally chosen as Iceland’s track to compete in the Eurovision Song Contest.

The contest was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the song became a viral hit.

All Strictly Come Dancing dance styles and songs for week one

Caroline Quentin and Johannes – American Smooth – 9 to 5 (Morning Train) by Sheena Easton

Clara Amfo and Aljaz – Cha cha – Don’t Start Now by Dua Lipa

Jacqui Smith and Anton – Foxtrot – Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life by Monty Python

Maisie Smith and Gorka – Samba – Samba by Gloria Estefan

Nicola Adams and Katya – Quickstep – Get Happy by Ella Fitzgerald

Ranvir Singh and Giovanni – Paso doble – End Of Time by Beyoncé

Bill Bailey and Oti – Cha cha – Pata Pata by Miriam Makeba

HRVY and Janette – Jive – Faith by Stevie Wonder featuring Ariana Grandé

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Jamie Laing and Karen – Cha cha – Think About Things by Daði Freyr

Jason Bell and Luba – American Smooth – My Girl by The Temptations

JJ Chalmers and Amy – Waltz – What A Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong

Max George and Dianne – Tango – Best Fake Smile by Dua Lipa

Strictly Come Dancing returns to BBC on Saturday, October 24 at 7.45pm

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