Who Will Have The Magnificent Moves To The Movies? | Dancing with the Stars
Get the popcorn ready Australia, because on Monday's Dancing With The Stars we are transporting you to Hollywood.
Well, not Hollywood specifically just back to the soundtracks of the best productions to ever hit the silver screen.
Twilight. You're up Michelle Bridges. A Star Is Born. That has Samuel Johnson written all over it. Pulp Fiction. Come on down Olympia Valance.
You won't want to miss Sir Curtly Ambrose getting into the Mamma Mia spirit for an ABBA classic. While Courtney Act has been brave enough to attempt a number by Fred Astaire from Roberta, Constance Hall performs to This Is Me from The Greatest Showman.
Jett Kenny gets Happy with a mega hit from Despicable Me 2 and Jimmy Rees will really sizzle when he moves to Earned It from 50 Shades Of Grey. Talk about a coming attraction!
And to kick off the night, we're having an old fashioned dance off! It will be La La Land versus Bohemian Rhapsody with costumes and moves that have to be seen to be believed.
In case you missed Monday's Latin Night extravaganza we now have a new dancer at the top of the leader board. Olympia Valance and partner Jarryd tango'd their way to first place knocking off reigning queen Courtney Act.
Who will give an Oscar winning performance and who will take home a razzie?
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Dancing With The Stars is hosted by Amanda Keller and Grant Denyer, produced by Warner Bros. International Television Production Australia and BBC Studios, from a format created by the BBC and distributed by BBC Studios.
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