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Fans of STRICTLY COME DANCING will be practicing their jazz hands in preparation for Musical Week, but when does it begin?
Week nine of Strictly Come Dancing is set to be another fan-favorite themed evening, complete with a musical extravaganza. Only seven couples remain in the competition, all of whom are keen to continue on the BBC One show and demonstrate their abilities to the judges in the studio and at home. Here’s everything you need to know about watching Musical Week on Strictly Come Dancing.
Last weekend, the leaderboard was turned on its head, with CBBC broadcaster Rhys Stephenson’s Charleston earning him the best score of the night.
In the show’s history, he has the earliest 40 for a Charleston.
Presenter AJ Odudu, who is widely considered to be one of the show’s frontrunners, was at the bottom of the scoreboard.
For her Paso Doble with Kai Widdrington, she received only 28 points.
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The musical episode will last approximately one hour and twenty minutes before returning the next night for the results show.
On Sunday, November 21, at 7.15 p.m., fans will be able to see who is in the bottom two and who will be ejected.
There are, however, West End and Broadway numbers to look forward to before someone takes their final bow.
The celebrity couples will dance the following routines in week nine:
Waltz to Edelweiss by AJ Odudu and Kai Widdrington from The Sound Of Music
Quickstep to Love Is An Open Door from Frozen by Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice
Couple’s Choice routine to Revolting Children from Matilda by Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzmin
Charleston to Good Morning by Dan Walker and Nadiya Bychkov from Singin’ In The Rain
Viennese Waltz to Mary Poppins’ Chim Chim Cher-ee by John Whaite and Johannes Radebe
Jive to Footloose with Rhys Stephen and Nancy Xu
Couple’s Choice to On My Own from Les Misérables by Tom Fletcher and Amy Dowden
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