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Strictly’s 2019 final dances and songs confirmed

OHMYGOSSIP — The ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ final will see Kelvin Fletcher take on his racy Rumba from week four again.
The final three dances and songs from the three finalists, Kelvin and Oti Mabuse, Karim Zeroual and Amy Dowden and Emma Barton and Anton du Beke have been confirmed, and the couples are set to take on a Judges Pick, Showdance and their Favourite Dance from the series on Saturday night (14.12.19) in a bid to lift the Glitterball Trophy.
Former ‘Emmerdale’ star Kelvin will be hoping to “break” the judges – Bruno Tonioli, Shirley Ballas, Craig Revel Horwood and Mosti Mabuse – once again with his raunchy Rumba, whilst CBBC star Karim will be taking on his challenging Quickstep from episode seven, whilst ‘EastEnders’ actress Emma will dance her Charleston from Musicals Week.
The Favourite Dances are yet to be revealed, but Kelvin will be dancing a Showdance to ‘Shout’ by The Isley Brothers, Karim will perform to ‘A Million Reasons’ by Pink and Emma’s song is ‘Let Yourself Go’ by Irving Berlin.
On Saturday night, the judges’ scores for each dance are for guidance only, with the public vote determining the overall winner.
The finale will also see a show-stopping performance from US pop superstar Taylor Swift.
Bruno has said the final will be a “thriller” and “more competitive” than ever before with three dances per couple, as the pressure is on.
Appearing on ITV’s ‘This Morning’ on Tuesday (10.12.19), he admitted: “It’s the first time [there will be three dances] – it’s going to be a thriller.”
Asked by co-host Holly Willoughby why there are so many, Bruno explained: “It’s because we lost a contestant. Usually we have four and now we have three people and they are going to do much, much more.
“In a way, it’s actually it’s more competitive because there is more at stake.
“They are obviously going to be more nervous, so there could be mistakes, there could be standout moments, you don’t really know.
“But as a competition it’s gets stronger, so it’s going to be a fantastic show.”

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