Strictly Come Dancing — 17 October 2021 – BBC One

Week 4 Results – Series 19 – Tonight’s results show opens with a glorious routine from our professionals, and Irish pop star royalty Westlife perform in the Strictly ballroom. Of course, one couple’s fate hangs in the balance as your votes at home decide who will be in the bottom two and have to fight for their place in the competition. Who will stay and who will go?

This Week’s Strictly Performances

Our Pros perform a cool routine to Like Sugar and Walk This Way

Westlife perform Starlight in the Ballroom

Judi & Graziano – Waltz to Hero (Mariah Carey)

AJ & Kai – Samba to Don’t Go Yet (Camila Cabello)

Tilly & Nikita – Paso Doble to Diablo Rojo (Rodrigo y Gabriela)

Rhys & Nancy – Salsa to Butter (BTS)

Sara & Aljaž – Tango to Por Una Cabeza (Carlos Gardel)

Rose & Giovanni – Cha Cha Cha to Raspberry Beret (Prince)

Tom & Amy – Foxtrot to Fly Me to the Moon (Frank Sinatra)

Dan & Nadiya – Cha Cha Cha to U Can’t Touch This/Super Freak (MC Hammer/Rick James)

John & Johannes – American Smooth to I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me) (George Michael and Aretha Franklin)

Greg & Karen – Samba to Macarena (Los Del Rio)

Adam & Katya – Argentine Tango to Tango in the Night (Fleetwood Mac)

Watch the Strictly couples dance the Macarena!

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Dazzling routines, outrageous sets, flamboyant costumes and the occasional dance dis-aaa-ster.

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