Strictly Come Dancing: Chris Ramsey Leaves Competition Ahead Of Live Final

But which of the three remaining celebs will be voted this year's champion?

Strictly Come Dancing officially has its final three celebrities, after comedian Chris Ramsey fell at the final hurdle.

Chris crashed out of the competition after landing in the bottom two for the second week in a row, having earned just 54 points out of a possible 80 in Saturday night’s live show.

He and Karim Zeroual found themselves in the dance-off, with the judges unanimously choosing to save the CBBC presenter.

Despite narrowly missing out on a place in the final, Chris insisted he was still “very proud of himself”, telling Tess Daly: “I never ever thought I would make it past week two, genuinely I had no expectations whatsoever, I am astounded and I’ve got to thank Karen [Hauer, his professional partner.

“She is just amazing and is just amazing and so patient its crazy! She is awesome. I had sleepless nights in the build up and there is no-one else who can have made it what it has been.”

Chris Ramsey and Karen Hauer
Chris Ramsey and Karen Hauer
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Karen told the stand-up comic: “You are an amazing family man who I admire and you are awesome, and I appreciated you literally from week one, not knowing how to walk, and now you are a semi finalist.

“You have made all of us proud and have inspired all of us and I want to thank you for being awesome.”

Karim will be joined in the Strictly final by former Emmerdale actor Kelvin Fletcher and EastEnders star Emma Barton.

The top four couples of this year's Strictly Come Dancing
The top four couples of this year's Strictly Come Dancing
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Each of them will deliver two dances already performed during the series, as well as a Showdance intended to showcase the skills they’ve acquired over the course of the series.

Find out which of them takes home the Glitterball trophy in Saturday night’s Strictly live final, airing on Saturday night on BBC One.

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