Let's Sing and Dance final! Rickie and Melvin (and their wigs) are ready to win!

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Rickie and Melvin are back and ready for tonight's Let's Sing and Dance For Comic Relief final.

Fronted by Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins, the showdown returns this evening on BBC One with the last of three star-studded Saturday night heats culminating in a grand final next weekend the 25 March.


Once again celebrities will don more fantastic outfits and learn more iconic dance routines for Comic Relief, but this time the brave celebrities will be facing double the challenge – dancing and singing!

Tonight is the grand final with the winners from the past three weeks of heats battling it out for the title.

Among those competing will be duo Rickie and Melvin who will perform a sensational medley of Will Smith’s biggest music hits.

The pair were the first celebs to make the final in the opening show at the start of the month.

Rickie said: “I literally cannot wait to perform on Let's Sing And Dance For Comic Relief! Melvin and I have always fancied ourselves as pop stars so surely this is the next best thing!”


Melvin added: "I'm so excited to get on the dance floor again after my time on Strictly and this time around I get to sing and perform with my best friend - what more could you ask for?"

Competing against them this evening will be TV presenter Alison Hammond, comic Sara Pascoe and The One Show reporters, featuring Angellica Bell, Iwan Thomas, Alex Riley, Michelle Ackerley and Dominic Littlewood.

Also fighting for the title will be the Stars of Casualty and Holby City - made up of Chizzy Akudolu, Tony Marshall and Amanda Henderson - and The Chasers - made up of Anne Hegerty, Jenny Ryan, Mark Labbett and Shaun Wallace.

This weekend it's down to the public to decide the winner.


After all six performances, the viewer vote will open and the one with the most votes will be crowned the first ever Let's Sing and Dance WINNER!

Let's Sing and Dance final airs tonight at 6:55PM on BBC One.

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