73% of viewers think Jay McGuiness should win Strictly Come Dancing 2015

The former boyband star is the clear favourite to lift the Strictly Glitterball according to RadioTimes.com voters, ahead of Kellie Bright, Georgia May Foote and Katie Derham

We are mere hours away from finding out who will be crowned the winner of Strictly Come Dancing 2015. But predicting who will get their fake tan mitts on the Glitterball has been a tough call.


Jay McGuiness, Kellie Bright, Katie Derham and Georgia May Foote are the only celebrities left in a series that has seen former favourites Peter Andre and Helen George bite the dust.

The final four are poised to perform three numbers on Saturday night, before the public votes for the winner (the judges will score the performances tonight, but for guidance alone.) But who will that winner be? 

We asked RadioTimes.com readers what they thought and, erm, the results were pretty conclusive. 

Jay McGuiness came out on top with a whopping 73 per cent of the vote. The 25-year-old former The Wanted star has been a fan favourite since Week 3, when he surprised the judges and the viewing public with a technically brilliant Jive. And it seems he’s still the firm favourite to win the Glitterball Trophy.

Former Georgia May Foote came in second place with 13% of the vote, while EastEnder Kellie Bright came in third place, collecting 9% in a poll of over 1,500 RadioTimes.com readers.

Katie Derham and her professional partner Anton Du Beke, who has made it to the final for the first time this year, look set to leave first during tonight’s Grand Final. The Proms presenter garnered just 5% of the vote. 


Strictly Come Dancing: the Grand Final is on Saturday from 6:35pm on BBC1