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Got To Dance judge Kimberly Wyatt has promised fans of the show that they are in for a treat with Sunday’s final – saying it will be the best one so far.

Speaking to the Sun the former Pussycat Doll admitted that they had had more applications for the show than ever – some of whom were even ‘poached’ from Britain’s Got Talent.

“We’ve had a ton of applications this year and the competition has been fiercer than ever,” she said.

“The show has opened up a creative stage for everyone to come, be accepted and get the growth they are looking for.”

Kimberly added that the show was different to other talent shows in terms of the doors it opened for its contestants.

“Variety shows like Britain’s Got Talent serve a purpose,” she admitted.

“But when it comes to getting noticed in the dance world and respect from your peers, Got To Dance opens up that stage. It’s not only an amazing experience but such a learning platform

Ten acts will compete for the series title in the Got To Dance final, which kicks off on sky One at 6pm.