The songs and dances being performed in this year’s Strictly Come Dancing final have now been revealed.
As is the case every year, Emma Barton, Karim Zeroual and Kelvin Fletcher will each perform two dances already seen during the series, one of which they’ve picked themselves and another selected by the judges.
In addition to these two routines, the three remaining celebrities will also perform a “Showdance”, intended to showcase the skills they’ve developed over the course of the series.
The judges’ picks have now been revealed, with Kelvin and Oti Mabuse reprising the Rumba that famously got the panel hot under the collar when they performed it first time around.
Emma and Anton Du Beke will once again dance their Charleston to Thoroughly Modern Millie from Musicals Week, while Karim and Amy Dowden will perform the Quickstep to Mr Pinstripe Suit.
And while the songs the couples have chosen for themselves are still being kept under wraps, Strictly bosses have teased what we should expect from the remaining pairs’ Showdances.
Kelvin and Oti will perform to The Isley Brothers’ Shout (famously covered by Lulu), while Emma and Anton will show off their moves to Let Yourself Go by Irving Berlin.
Karim and Amy will perform their Showdance to A Million Dreams, taken from the soundtrack to The Greatest Showman.
In the grand final, the judges will still be giving their scores, although for the first time in the series it’s only the public’s votes that will count towards who takes home the Glitterball Trophy.
Find out how they get on in the live Strictly final, airing on Saturday night on BBC One.