Ed Balls makes a Korea move as he reprises Gangnam Style dance for Strictly

Ed Balls will perform a salsa to Gangnam Style on Strictly Come Dancing, two years after he was spotted dancing to the Korean hit at the Labour Party conference.

The former shadow chancellor and his partner Katya Jones will take to the dancefloor to Psy’s catchy song on Saturday’s show.

Olympic gymnast Claudia Fragapane and AJ Pritchard will be dancing the Viennese Waltz to Breakaway by Kelly Clarkson, while long jump champion Greg Rutherford and partner Natalie Lowe will attempt the paso doble to Tamacun by Rodrigo y Gabriela.

Model Daisy Lowe and Aljaz Skorjanec will be dancing the Salsa to Groove Is In The Heart by Deee-Lite while Hollyoaks star Danny Mac and Oti Mabuse will tackle the Argentine Tango to I Heard it Through the Grapevine by Marvin Gaye.

TV star Judge Rinder and Oksana Platero will hope to dazzle the judges with their foxtrot to You Make Me Feel So Young by Harry Connick Jr and singer Louise Redknapp and Kevin Clifton will be dancing the American Smooth to Big Spender by Shirley Bassey

BBC Sports presenter Ore Oduba and Joanne Clifton will be dancing the rumba to Ordinary People by John Legend.

Last weekend, TV presenter Laura Whitmore became the seventh celebrity to leave the show.

Strictly Come Dancing returns next Saturday at 6.55pm on BBC1.

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