When is the Strictly Come Dancing final?

Judges Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, Shirley Ballas and Bruno Tonioli (Picture: Guy Levy/BBC/PA Wire)

Between the heartbreak over Michelle Visage leaving the week of her iconic voguing routine, to Kelvin Fletcher’s hips bursting on to the scene and taking the judges and the bookies by storm, Strictly Come Dancing has been a wild ride this year.

But like all good things, Strictly too must come to an end, and the season finale is fast approaching.

As we count down until tonight’s episode, here’s when we can expect to tune into the final.

When is the Strictly 2019 final?

The Strictly Come Dancing finale will be airing on Saturday 14 December at 7:05pm.

The episode will be over two hours long, and rather than there being a Sunday night results show as usual, we will see a winner crowned at the end of the Saturday night show.

The final will see the last three dancers perform three dances apiece.

These three dances must include a dance they performed earlier in the series which they’re particularly proud of, their choice of ‘showdance’, and a new routine to boot.

The winner will be decided following a public vote.

As it currently stands, William Hill has it that Kelvin Fletcher – who joined Strictly at the 11th hour after Jamie Laing had to pull out due to injury – is the favourite to win, with odds of 3/10 that he’ll be taking home the glitterball trophy.

This is hardly surprising, given that Kelvin, his snakehips and partner Oti Mabuse were the first to get tens across the board this year.

But will he be the one to take home the win? Only time will tell…

Strictly Come Dancing will next be on tonight at 7:10pm on BBC One.

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