Strictly Come Dancing is set to come to a show-stopping close on Saturday as the remaining contestants compete for the chance to win the coveted Glitterball trophy. Following the departure of Countryfile presenter Anita Rani on Sunday, competition is set to be fierce between the four remaining contestants – Jay McGuiness, Georgia May Foote, Katie Derham and Kellie Bright.
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Not only is Jay McGuiness the last remaining male contestant in the competition, but he is also the favourite to win. The former The Wanted singer made it through to the finals with his dance partner Aliona Vilani, who has tweeted to thank everybody for their support.
The professional dancer has also revealed that she and Jay will be performing their Quickstep routine on Saturday, tweeting: "The SCD judges chose Quickstep for @JayMcGuiness & I to re dance in the final… hopefully we dance it as well as in the Quickstepathon!"
If she and Jay do dance their way to victory in the Strictly Come Dancing Grand Final, Aliona will become the first professional dancer ever to win the Glitterball trophy more than once, having previously won with McFly drummer Harry Judd in 2011.
Katie Derham has admitted she is "amazed" to have made it through to the Strictly final four after going head-to-head with Anita Rani in the semi-finals dance-off. The newsreader tweeted to say she is "delighted" after she and her professional dance partner Anton Du Beke were saved by the judges on Sunday evening.
"So amazed and delighted to be in the final with my gorgeous friends @kelliebright76 @georgiafoote and @JayMcGuiness. What a week!" she wrote.
Anton could be set to have his most successful year on Strictly yet; the dancer previously reached third place with Opera singer Lesley Garrett in 2004.
Georgia May Foote:
Former Coronation Street actress Georgia May Foote has wowed the judges week after week alongside professional dance partner Giovanni Pernice. The actress received the joint highest score of the series – an impressive 39 out of 40 – for her Charleston to Hot Honey Rag in week eight.
Having topped the leaderboard three times, Georgia could be one of the strongest contenders to win the Glitterball trophy and shared a photo of herself in rehearsals on Monday, writing: "The Glitterball is in reaching distance… I'm going to work so hard! @pernicegiovanniofficial @bbcstrictly."
Giovanni is equally thrilled to have reached the Grand Final in his first year of the competition and expressed his gratitude for the support he and Georgia have received on Twitter. "Can't believe that we are in the FINAL!!!" he wrote. "@georgiafoote!! Really really thanks for all your support! We love you! #TeamGG until the end!"
Could EastEnders actress Kellie Bright win Strictly this year? Despite admitting she "can't quite believe" she's made the finals, the star has consistently impressed the judges alongside dance partner Kevin Clifton, and topped the leaderboard in the semi-finals with a score of 39 out of 30.
Clearly excited about reaching the final four, Kellie tweeted on Sunday: "Thank you everyone!!! We made it to the final!!! Can't quite believe it. So happy for @kevinclifton he has worked so hard to get us there."
It is the third year in a row that Kevin has reached the finals, having previously been a runner up with partners Susanna Reid and Frankie Bridge in 2013 and 2014. Could he be third time lucky on Saturday?
Strictly Come Dancing: The Grand Final airs on BBC1 at 6.35pm on Saturday 19 December.