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Fantastic four in Strictly final
The four finalists are to step onto the floor for the last time as the latest series of the hit ballroom show Strictly Come Dancing comes to an end.
Gymnast Louis Smith is the bookmakers' favourite to win the glitterball trophy ahead of Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh, Denise van Outen and actress Dani Harmer.
Smith, 23, swept into the show on the wave of excitement from the Olympics where he won a silver medal for his pommel horse routine.
All four finalists will perform two dances in the main show with one couple then voted out, leaving the three remaining pairs to perform their favourite dance from the series before the trophy is handed out to the winner.
Van Outen and her dancing partner James Jordan are favourites to go out first - they have consistently impressed the judges with their polished performances, but a lack of viewer support has dragged them into the dance-off two weeks running.
Another of the stars of this year's series has been Darcey Bussell, who has confirmed she will return as a judge next year.
The former ballet dancer has signed up for a further series after proving popular as the replacement for Alesha Dixon who quit earlier this year.
This year's series has been a triumph for the BBC, regularly beating its ITV rival The X Factor in the ratings - at one stage taking a lead of two million viewers.
The grand final is at 6.30pm, with the results show at 8.50pm.