This year’s series of Strictly Come Dancing is the ‘most competitive yet’, according to judge Bruno Tonioli.
The excitable panellist compared the finale of the hit BBC One show to a Wimbledon final and said the remaining contestants will need to “get their aces in”.
Scott Maslen and Pamela Stephenson remain in the show alongside Kara Tointon, Gavin Henson and Matt Baker after Ann Widdecombe was voted out last weekend.
Bruno said: “I think there are four people that could easily win.
“There is Pamela, Scott, Kara and Matt and they all have the ability so it depends what is going to happen in the next two weeks.
“They could go wrong, get the wrong choreography, it’s going to be very competitive, the most competitive yet.
“I think it’s going to be brilliant because they really all have what it takes and it just depends how they are going to play it.
“It will be like the final of Wimbledon and they really have to get their aces in. One out call and that will be it.”
He said voters were right to get rid of Ann when they did, adding: “She has been wonderful because she had the right attitude, she was a great sport, had a great sense of humour and the British public, as always, made the right decision.
“It’s been wonderful to have her but now it is time to go.”