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Last dances for Strictly Come Dancing final revealed as stars compete for glitterball trophy

The dances for the Strictly Come Dancing final have been revealed, as EastEnders star Maisie Smith, YouTuber HRVY, comedian Bill Bailey and Made In Chelsea’s Jamie Laing prepare to compete for the glitterball trophy.

In Saturday night’s ultimate finale, the couples will each perform three dances during the show in an effort to wow viewers and judges and be crowned the 2020 winner.

Two of the dances they’ll groove to this weekend they have done earlier in the competition.

Now we know just what dances the stars and their pro partners will be doing, with the final selections revealed on Tuesday.

Maisie and her professional partner Gorka Marquez will perform a samba to Gloria Estefan’s song Samba (fitting, really), a showdance to Idina Menzel’s We Need A Little Christmas, and a quickstep to Andy Williams’ When You’re Smiling.

Bill and Oti Mabuse will perform a quickstep to Bobby Darin’s Talk To The Animals, a showdance to Queen’s The Show Must Go On, and their couple’s choice dance to Rapper’s Delight by The Sugarhill Gang.

 

(We cannot wait to see Bill and Oti take on Rapper’s Delight once more!)

HRVY and Janette Manrara will perform a jive to Faith by Stevie Wonder featuring Ariana Grande and a showdance to Brittany Murphy’s Boogie Wonderland.

They will also reperform an American smooth to One (Singular Sensation) from the musical A Chorus Line.

While Made In Chelsea star Jamie and partner Karen Hauer will perform a Charleston to Zero To Hero from the Disney film Hercules, a showdance to a cover of Sir Elton John’s I’m Still Standing and a couple’s choice dance to Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) by C+C Music Factory.

The final will also feature music from Robbie Williams – who recently released the music video for his cheeky social-distancing-themed tune, Can’t Stop Christmas – and a group performance from the show’s professional dancers.

As the last star to face the chop from the show ahead of the final, Good Morning Britain’s Ranvir Singh narrowly missed out on the last dance after was beaten in the dance-off by Jamie.

Strictly Come Dancing airs on Saturday at 6pm on BBC One.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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