Strictly Come Dancing has confirmed the song and dance choices for the grand finale this weekend.
The remaining four couples – Fleur East and Vito Coppola, Hamza Yassin and Jowita Przystał, Helen Skelton and Gorka Márquez, and Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu – are set to battle it out for the all-important Glitterball Trophy.
In a last chance to prove themselves worthy, each couple will dance three routines this Saturday (December 17), including a judges’ pick, a favourite dance and a show dance.
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For their judges’ pick, Fleur and Vito will recreate their iconic Samba to ‘Hot Hot Hot’ by Arrow, while their favourite dance will be their Couple’s Choice to the ‘Destiny’s Child Megamix’ by Destiny’s Child. Finally, their show dance will be to ‘Find Me’ by Sigma featuring Birdy.
Helen and Gorka will re-do their Jive to ‘Tightrope’ by Janelle Monáe for their judges’ pick, and their favourite goes to their Couple’s Choice to ‘Mein Herr’ by Liza Minnelli from Cabaret, while their show dance is to ‘Shine’ by Emeli Sandé.
For their judges’ pick, Molly and Carlos will do their Quickstep to ‘Love On Top’ by Beyoncé, while the couple themselves have picked their Rumba to ‘All The Man That I Need’ by Whitney Houston. As for the show dance, the pair will prove their worth to ‘Kiss/1999’ by Prince.
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Finally, Hamza and Jowita have had their Salsa to ‘Ecuador’ by Sash! featuring Rodriguez selected by the judges, while the couple themselves have picked their Couple’s Choice to ‘Jerusalema – Remix’ by Master KG featuring Burna Boy and Nomcebo Zikode. As for their show dance, the two will dane to ‘Let’s Face The Music And Dance’ by Irving Berlin.
Just missing out on a place in the final were Will Mellor and Nancy Xu, who were eliminated from the competition over the weekend.
Speaking after his exit on Strictly: It Takes Two, Will said: “Thanks for the memories and the moments and I’m going to take what I’ve learned from this. You can test yourself and you can go out of your comfort zone and you can achieve more than you [think you] can.”
Strictly Come Dancing‘s final airs on Saturday (December 17) at 7.05pm on BBC One, while spin-off show Strictly: It Takes Two airs on weeknights on BBC Two. Both shows also stream on BBC iPlayer.
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