It’s been a improbable yr for Strictly Come Dancing, a contest with no scarcity of peculiar twists and turns.
A watershed sequence by way of illustration, November noticed Graziano Di Prima and Johannes Radebe develop into the primary same-sex couple to bounce on the programme, resulting in requires the following sequence to characteristic a same-sex couple.
Then there was the dramatic semi finals, which noticed comic Chris Ramsay crash out with one of many lowest semi scores ever seen on the present…
However as to the all-important winners?
See under what you should know in regards to the Strictly Come Dancing 2019 Closing.
Who received Strictly Come Dancing 2019?
This shall be introduced tomorrow. The Strictly Come Dancing 2019 last shall be aired on Saturday 14th December from 7:05pm on BBC One.
Who’re the finalists of Strictly Come Dancing 2019?
There are three up for the trophy: Eastenders actress Emma Barton and Anton Du Beke, CBBC presenter Karim Zeroual and Amy Dowden, and former Emmerdale actor Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse.
What are the Strictly Come Dancing 2019 Closing dances?
Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse will dance the Rumba from week 4 to Ain’t No Sunshine (Invoice Withers) as their Judges’ Decide, Shout (Isley Brothers) as their Showdance and week one’s Samba to La Vida Es Un Carnaval as their Favorite.
Emma Barton and Anton Du Beck will take to the stage to carry out the Charleston from week 11 (to Jimmy Van Heusen’s Completely Trendy Millie) because the Judges’ Decide, Let Your self Go (Irving Berlin) as their Showdance and their Favorite is the Viennese Waltz to Ship In The Clowns from week 4.
Karim Zeroual and Amy Dowden will tackle the Quickstep from week seven (to Large Dangerous Voodoo Daddy’s Mr. Pinstripe Go well with) as their Judges’ Decide, and later, Pink’s A Million Goals as their Showdown. Their Favorite dance would be the Jive to You Can’t Cease The Beat from week 11’s Musicals Week.
Who’s the favorite to win Strictly Come Dancing 2019?
Kelvin Fletcher is the bookmakers’ favorite to emerge victorious, with the previous Emmerdale star given odds of simply 2/5 to take residence the coveted trophy.
In distinction, Emma Barton is on 9/four to be the winner, and Karim Zeroual is the outsider at 12/1 – regardless of persistently being the best scoring dancer all through the competitors.
Strictly Come Dancing 2019 concludes on Saturday 14th December from 7:05pm on BBC One.