The four dances to be performed by the Strictly Come Dancing finalists have been revealed.
Chelsee Healey, Jason Donovan and Harry Judd are all bidding for glory in the final of the BBC1 dance competition, which takes place at Blackpool Tower Ballroom on Saturday.
Each of the contestants – and their professional partners – will revive two dances from earlier in the series, one of their own choice and one decided by the judges.
They will also present two new routines including the crucial ‘freestyle’ show-dance. The no-holds-barred number can often be the deciding factor in who wins or loses the competition.
Jason and his partner Kristina Rihanoff have chosen Dancin’ Fool by Frank Zappa for their show dance, they will revive their Quickstep to Bewitched, and their new dance will be a Salsa to Hard To Handle by Otis Redding. The judges have asked them to dance a Tango to I Will Survive.
Bookies’ favourites Harry and Aliona Vilani will do their show dance to Great Balls Of Fire and will tackle an American Smooth to Can’t Help Falling In Love by Elvis Presley as their new dance.
Their judges’ choice is a Quickstep to Don’t Get Me Wrong by The Pretenders and their favourite is the Argentine Tango to Asi Se Baila El Tango.
Chelsee and Pasha Kovalev will jive to I’m A Believer, on the request of the judges, they will dance a Rumba to Because Of You by Kelly Clarkson as their new dance.
Their favourite is the Quickstep to Sing Sing Sing and their show dance is the Dreamgirls number One Night Only.