Strictly Come Dancing confirms final songs and dances ahead of the grand finale

With the final three confirmed, their closing numbers have now been revealed ahead of Saturday evening’s Strictly Come Dancing finale.  

After 13-weeks, celebrities Kelvin Fletcher, Emma Barton and Karim Zeroual will compete for the coveted Glitter Ball when they take to the dance floor one last time.

The trio will perform a Showdance, a Favourite Dance and one dance specially selected by the judges, while the whole cast of 2019 will return to perform one final group dance.

Here we go: With the final three confirmed, their closing numbers have now been revealed ahead of Saturday evening's Strictly Come Dancing finale

Here we go: With the final three confirmed, their closing numbers have now been revealed ahead of Saturday evening’s Strictly Come Dancing finale

Emmerdale star Kelvin and professional dancer partner Oti Mabuse will dust off their Rumba, performed to Bill Withers hit Ain’t No Sunshine, when they take to the ballroom floor after impressing with the number in week four of the competition. 

Opting for a lively Showdance, the pair will perform to 1959 classic Shout by American R&B group The Isley Brothers, a choice that’s sure to get fans on their feet. 

Meanwhile Emma and dance partner Anton du Beke will be back with their Charleston, performed to 1967 musical Thoroughly Modern Millie. 

Judges Pick: Emmerdale star Kelvin and professional dancer partner Oti Mabuse will dust off their Rumba, performed to Bill Withers hit Ain't No Sunshine, when they take to the ballroom floor

Judges Pick: Emmerdale star Kelvin and professional dancer partner Oti Mabuse will dust off their Rumba, performed to Bill Withers hit Ain’t No Sunshine, when they take to the ballroom floor

Lively: Meanwhile Emma and dance partner Anton du Beke will be back with their Charleston, performed to 1967 musical Thoroughly Modern Millie

Lively: Meanwhile Emma and dance partner Anton du Beke will be back with their Charleston, performed to 1967 musical Thoroughly Modern Millie 

The pair won an impressive 39 points from Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, Bruno Tonioli and Shirley Ballas after performing the number during Musicals Week, and the Judges clearly liked it enough to choose it as their Pick.     

Continuing an early 20th century theme, their Showdance will be performed to Let Yourself Go by Irving Berlin, widely considered one of the greatest songwriters in American history.    

Making up the three pairs, Karim and professional dancer Amy Dowden will be kept on their toes with their own Judges Pick – a Quickstep to Mr. Pinstripe Suit by swing revival band Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. 

Popular choice: The pair won an impressive 39 points from Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, Bruno Tonioli and Shirley Ballas after performing the number during Musicals Week

Popular choice: The pair won an impressive 39 points from Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, Bruno Tonioli and Shirley Ballas after performing the number during Musicals Week 

Hopeful: Making up the three pairs, Karim and professional dancer Amy Dowden will be kept on their toes with their own Judges Pick - a Quickstep to Mr. Pinstripe Suit

Hopeful: Making up the three pairs, Karim and professional dancer Amy Dowden will be kept on their toes with their own Judges Pick – a Quickstep to Mr. Pinstripe Suit

The pair will be hoping to make a positive impact on the judging panel after topping the leader board with the dance in week seven, winning a nine and three tens to earn them 39 points. 

Their Showdance will be performed to Pink’s interpretation of A Million Dreams, a track originally featured in Hugh Jackman musical The Greatest Showman. 

As always, there will be an A-list star on hand to provide musical entertainment, this time Taylor Swift, who will perform a track from her critically acclaimed album, Lover.

Success: The pair will be hoping to make a positive impact on the judging panel after topping the leader board with the dance in week seven

Success: The pair will be hoping to make a positive impact on the judging panel after topping the leader board with the dance in week seven

While Saturday is all about the finalists, there will also be a chance to look back on highlights from the entire series.   

Shirley, Bruno, Craig and Motsi will be back to score, however their individual verdicts are for guidance only, with the final result left in the hands of Strictly viewers. 

Strictly Come Dancing concludes on Saturday, December 15 at 7:05pm on BBC1.  

People's vote: Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, Shirley Ballas and Bruno Tonioli will be back to score, however their individual verdicts are for guidance only

People’s vote: Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, Shirley Ballas and Bruno Tonioli will be back to score, however their individual verdicts are for guidance only

Special appearance: As always, there will be an A-list star on hand to provide musical entertainment, this time Taylor Swift, who will perform a track from her critically acclaimed album, Lover

Special appearance: As always, there will be an A-list star on hand to provide musical entertainment, this time Taylor Swift, who will perform a track from her critically acclaimed album, Lover

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