Strictly Come Dancing: Movie Week - do you remember these amazing movie week dances?

Emmy Griffiths

Movie Night will be taking place on Strictly Come Dancing tonight, and the stars will be dancing every type of film genre from an action-packed Mission Impossible Tango to a romantic Moulin Rouge salsa. 

But what were the best and most memorable Movie Week performances from previous seasons? Take a look at our all-time favourites... 

Pixie Lott & Trent Whiddon

Pixie Lott stole the show in 2014 as she danced the Quickstep with partner Trent Whiddon to Be Our Guest from the Disney classic Beauty and the Beast. Taking on the role as Belle, the singer pulled off the tricky dance, giving her that week's high score of 43. Tres bien!

Frankie Bridge & Kevin Clifton

Frankie and Kevin looked like they had the time of their lives as they danced the Paso Doble to America from West Side Story. The passionate dance earned the pair a solid 45, though many fans were annoyed that they didn't get the top score of 50 with their musical performance.

Jay McGuiness & Aliona Vilani 

Jay and Aliona fortunately met a better fate than the characters they portrayed in their Pulp Fiction-themedjive, scoring an impressive 37/40 for their boogie to You Never Can Tell and Misirlous.

Caroline Flack & Pasha Rumba

Who could forget Caroline and Pasha's passionate dance to Don't Want to Miss a Thing from Armageddon? Their heated Rumba won them 42 points out of a possible 50.

Kellie Bright & Kevin Clifton

Kellie and Kevin won big points AND big laughs with their Star Wars-inspired Charleston. The Force was strong with them as they performed to Cantina Band in 2015, with all four judges giving the pair an eight out of ten for their out of this world performance.

Helen George & Aljaz Skorjanec 

Helen and Aljaz went old school with their I Wanna Be Loved by You foxtrot from 1959 film Some Like It Hot, where Helen channelled Marilyn Monroe with big blonde hair and a bold red lip. The pair were given 32 out of a possible 40 for their efforts.


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