Let It Shine final! Bands will perform twice as winner is crowned

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It's the Let It Shine final this weekend and the remaining three bands will each perform twice.

After seven sensational weeks of singing, dancing and show-stopping performances, the wait is finally over. This Saturday the three remaining bands will take to the stage for the last time to compete in the Let It Shine final.


Those bands in the final are Nightfall, Five To Five and Drive.

Graham Norton and Mel Giedroyc present the ultimate battle of the bands, as each band performs to impress the audience at home and the Let It Shine judges, Gary Barlow, Dannii Minogue, Martin Kemp and a very special guest judge... Robbie Williams!

Robbie will reunite with Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald on the BBC One show this weekend.

And in a VERY special performance, the band will take to the stage together to sing one of their biggest hits.

Whilst Robbie was part of Take That the band had six No. 1 singles, and three No. 1 albums. Robbie is also a hugely successful solo artist with over 70 million records sold worldwide making him the best-selling British solo artist in the UK. Robbie recently scored his twelfth No. 1 solo album with ‘The Heavy Entertainment Show’ which has been certified as Platinum in the UK.

Robbie said: “I’m looking forward to being back with Gary, Mark and Howard on Let It Shine and am excited to be a guest judge for the very special final.”

Each of the three remaining bands will perform twice. The judges will give their feedback, but this week it's up to the viewers to decide which band they want to win the competition.


The evening wouldn’t be complete without an extraordinary musical performance fit for the final, before the winning band is announced by Graham and Mel.

The Let It Shine final will air on BBC One on 25 February at 6.45pm to 8.25pm

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