How many dances are the celebrities performing in the Strictly final?
Every couple will perform three different routines in the last show: a ‘Judges’ Pick’ – one performance from the series that the judges select – their own ‘Favourite Dance’ – the couple’s favourite routine from the series, and finally the ‘Showdance’.
What songs and dances will the finalists be performing on Saturday?
Judges’ Pick: Salsa – (I’ve Had The) Time of My Life by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes
Showdance: Keeping Your Head Up by Birdy
Stacey and Kevin
Judges’ Pick: Foxtrot – High Ho Silver Lining by Jeff Beck
Showdance: Land of a Thousand Dances by Jessica Mauboy
Faye and Giovanni
Judges’ Pick: Viennese Waltz – It’s a Man’s World by Seal
Showdance: Lullaby of Broadway by Various Artists
Joe and Dianne
Judges’ Pick: Paso Doble – Pompeii by Bastille
Showdance: I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor by Arctic Monkeys
How is the Strictly winner decided?
Unlike throughout the rest of the competition, the ultimate winner of Strictly is all down to the viewers’ votes.
During the rest of the series, viewer votes are combined with the judges’ scores to determine which celebrities placed where on the leaderboard.
Although judges Craig Revel Horwood, Darcey Bussell, Shirley Ballas and Bruno Tonioli will still score all of the dances in the Strictly final, it will be for guidance only. In the final, who takes home that Glitterball trophy is solely down to viewers.
Well, if the vote this Saturday goes the same way as this RadioTimes.com poll, then Joe Sugg and Diane Buswell will be lifting the Strictly Glitterball trophy.
The couple came out top in the vote asking who should win out of the four remaining couples. However, current bookies’ favourites Stacey Dooley and Kevon Clifton weren’t far behind… Check out the full results here.
When is the Strictly winner announced?
We will find out who’s won Strictly 2018 on the Saturday night and there will be no Sunday evening results show.
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