Dances and songs revealed for Strictly semi-final

The remaining four Strictly Come Dancing couples have revealed their song and dance choices for this weekend’s semi-final clash.

Each duo will perform twice for the first time in the competition as they battle it out to reach the show’s finale following Judge Rinder’s departure in last Saturday night’s show.

Competition frontrunner Danny Mac and professional partner Oti Mabuse will dance a salsa to Vivir Mi Vida by Marc Anthony.

The Hollyoaks actor and Oti will also perform an American smooth to Dorothy Moore’s Misty Blue.

Olympic gymnast Claudia Fragapane and AJ Pritchard will perform a rumba to Leona Lewis’s Bleeding Love and a quickstep to When You’re Smiling by Andy Williams.

Former pop singer Louise Redknapp and Kevin Clifton are dancing a tango to Glad All Over by the Dave Clark Five and a samba to Thiago Thome’s Brazil.

Kevin will be hoping to beat his sister Joanne Clifton and BBC sports presenter Ore Oduba to the final.

Ore will dance a quickstep to Jet’s Are You Gonna Be My Girl and an Argentine tango to Kylie Minogue hit track Can’t Get You Out Of My Head.

:: Strictly Come Dancing returns on BBC One at 6.50pm

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