The Greatest Dancer: Meet the final set of contestants hoping to make the callbacks

Here's your first look at week four of auditions on The Greatest Dancer this Saturday night.

The Greatest Dancer auditions draw to a close this weekend, as we see the final auditionees compete to win £50,000 and a chance to perform on Strictly Come Dancing.

Alesha Dixon and Jordan Banjo host as Dance Captains Cheryl, while Matthew Morrison and Oti Mabuse get ready to see more dancers give the performance of their lives.

In this show the audience hold the power: if 75 percent of them vote YES, the mirror will open, and the act will make it through to the next stage of the competition, the call-backs.

As always, expect more dramatic auditions, outstanding talent and jaw-dropping surprises. Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, who is the Greatest Dancer of them all?

Contestants fighting to make it through in the final round of try outs include Autism with Attitude, James & Oliver, Prospects Fraternity, Fever, Kieran Lai and Rhiannon Moore.

Also on Saturday’s show, it’s time for the call-backs, as the Dance Captains have the difficult task of choosing just nine of the dancers they would like to mentor onto the next stage of the competition - the live challenge shows.

The Greatest Dancer continues at the slightly earlier time of 7:30PM on BBC One this Saturday evening.

Acts we met last weekend included duo Harry & Eleiyah, made up of best friends from Liverpool, trio Villains Crew and freestyle performer Wei Yao.

Also getting the audience on their side and making call backs were the Dane Bates Collective, an all girl group of contemporary dancers aged 12 to 19, 7-year-old Shyla and Barbra Peters, an 80-year-old ballet dancer. Plus, there were Unity UK, a group of 12 street dancers aged from 14 to 25 and same sex Latin American dance couple Santra & Piia.

You can see the full current list of The Greatest Dancer contestants here.

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