The Made In Chelsea star landed in the bottom two last week alongside Karen Hauer, but was saved by the judges, sending MP Jacqui Smith and Anton Du Beke home.
Now, he’s got his work cut out for him to fight for his place in the competition – and what’s more appropriate than a Zero to Hero Charleston?!
Meanwhile, the series ‘dark horse’ Bill Bailey will be channelling his inner Clint Eastwood for a Paso Doble inspired by The Good, The Bad and The Ugly with Oti Mabuse.
And after topping the leaderboard last week, HRVY and Janette Manrara will be fighting for their spot with Cha Cha to Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart (from Gnomeo and Juliet) … we can’t wait for the costumes.
Speaking of costume choices, we hope Max George likes yellow paint as he becomes Homer Simpson for a Simpsons-inspired routine with Dianne Maxwell.
His face when he found out really does say it all.
So what’s everyone performing? Here’s the full list…
What are the Movie Week Dance routines of Strictly 2020?
Strictly Come Dancing 2020: Movie Week Dances
Ranvir Singh and Giovanni Pernice: Foxtrot to Love You Like I Do (from Dreamgirls)
Bill Bailey and Oti Mabuse: Paso Doble to The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Theme Song
Clara Amfo and Aljaz Skorjanec: Tango to Lady Marmalade (from Moulin Rouge)
Nicola Adams and Katya Jones: Jive to Greased Lightening (from Grease)
Jason Bell and Luba Mushtuk: Paso Doble to Star Wars Theme
Jamie Laing and Karen Hauer: Charleston to Zero to Hero (from Hercules)
Caroline Quentin and Johannes Radebe: Couple’s Choice to Everything’s Coming Up Roses (from Gypsy)
Maisie Smith and Gorka Marquez: American Smooth to Into The Unknown (from Frozen 2)
JJ Chalmers and Amy Dowden: Foxtrot to Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head (from Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid)
HRVY and Janette Manrara: Cha Cha to Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart (from Gnomeo and Juliet)
Max George and Dianne Buswell: Couples Choice to The Simpsons theme song
The couples will all perform live on Saturday, despite the lockdown that threatened the show’s ability to continue.
Viewers will then be able to vote for their favourite, with the votes show recorded on Saturday evening to be aired on Sunday night.
Who will be a blockbuster? And who will end up as a box office flop?
Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday at 7.25pm on BBC One.