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What time is Strictly Come Dancing on tonight as schedule changes again?

It’s almost that time of the week… dancing time!

The remaining eight couples will be back in the ballroom vying to get another step closer to clinching the Glitterball trophy.

Hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman will be back on hand to guide proceedings while the judges will be casting a beady eye over every step.

But there is a slight change to the schedule.

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The show will begin at 6.40pm on Saturday night, just slightly earlier than last Saturday.

Some Strictly viewers were annoyed last weekend when the show started earlier that normal, causing them to miss the first two routines.

But back to tonight’s show, the dances and song choices have already been revealed.

Tilly Ramsay will be hoping to bounce back from after landing in last week’s dance-off against Adam Peaty and Katya Jones.

The social media and CBBC star will perform a quickstep to Damita Jo’s I Won’t Dance with partner Nikita Kuzim.



The Strictly Come Dancing judges

Rose Ayling-Ellis will be looking to dazzle the Strictly Come Dancing judges again tonight as she performs her couple’s choice dance.

The EastEnders actress will dance to Symphony by Clean Bandit featuring Zara Larsson alongside her professional partner Giovanni Pernice who has described the routine as a “lyrical” number.

McFly singer Tom Fletcher will be wanting to impress again after receiving his first two 10s last weekend.

He and partner Amy Dowden will dance the Viennese Waltz to iconic track Iris by the Goo Goo Dolls.

AJ Odudu topped the leaderboard last week with her energetic Charleston to Don’t Bring Lulu by Dorothy Provine, Pinky and The Girls, which gave her a score of 39 out of a possible 40.

This week the TV presenter and her partner Kai Widdrington will return to the dancefloor to perform a paso double to Game Of Survival by Ruelle.

Dragons’ Den star Sara Davies and her partner Aljaz Skorjanec will perform an Argentine tango to No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) by Donna Summer and Barbra Streisand.

BBC Breakfast’s Dan Walker and Nadiya Bychkova will dance an American smooth to The Proclaimers’ King Of The Road, while BBC presenter Rhys Stephenson and Nancy Xu will perform a charleston to the song The Charleston by Bob Wilson and his Varsity Rhythm Boys.

Great British Bake Off winner John Whaite and Johannes Radebe follower their emotional routine last weekend with a samba to Acuyuye by DLG.

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