Danny Mac, Louise Redknapp and Ore Oduba will each perform three routines on Saturday in a bid to take home the Strictly Come Dancing crown.

The Strictly finalists will each take on three dances on Saturday night in a bid to lift the Glitterball trophy.

Danny Mac will perform the samba which scored him a perfect 40 in a bid to take the crown in this weekend’s final.

The Hollyoaks actor and partner Oti Mabuse became the first couple to be awarded full marks for a samba in the show’s history in week 10.

Each of the three remaining contestants will perform three routines on Saturday night as they battle it out for the Glitterball trophy.

They will perform their favourite dance of the series, the judges’ choice and a spectacular showdance in a bid to win the viewers’ votes.

Danny and Oti’s showdance will be to Adele’s Set Fire To The Rain while BBC sports presenter Ore Oduba will perform to Jodi Benson’s I Got Rhythm.

Ore – who topped the scoreboard in last week’s semi final – and partner Joanne Clifton will also dance a jive to Bruno Mars’ hit Runaway Baby which scored them 39 points in week four.

Former singer Louise Redknapp and partner Kevin Clifton will dance their Argentine tango to Sexteto Mayor’s Tanguera which scored them 39 in week seven.

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Louise Redknapp’s Argentine Tango was the singer’s defining moment in the competition

The pair will also perform a showdance to One Moment In Time by Whitney Houston.

The judges’ choice dances will be revealed during Saturday night’s finale.

Fans will also be treated to group performances, musical moments and surprises as the series draws to a close.

Last week Olympic gymnast Claudia Fragapane was knocked out of the show during the semi-final.

Claudia performed a quickstep in the dance-off against Danny Mac, but Danny’s American Smooth had the slight edge to win the judges over, and they unanimously voted to secure Danny a place in the final

Strictly Come Dancing – The Final will air on December 17 at 6.40pm on BBC1.