When is the Strictly Come Dancing 2018 final? All you need to know!

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The Strictly Come Dancing 2018 final is on its way and here's all you need to know!

Next month Strictly Come Dancing will conclude its latest series as one celebrity picks up the Glitterball trophy.


Here's everything about the Strictly final this year....

When is the Strictly Come Dancing final?

The Strictly Come Dancing 2018 final will air on Saturday, December 15.

The timings for the show have not been confirmed yet.

Free tickets to be in the audience can be applied for HERE.

Who are the Strictly finalists?

Typically four couples make it as far as the final. Those left in the competition right now are Ashley Roberts and Pasha Kovalev, Charles Venn and Karen Clifton and Faye Tozer and Giovanni Pernice.

Also still competing are Graeme Swann and Oti Mabuse and Joe Sugg and Dianne Buswell.


Finally, rounding off the pairs are Lauren Steadman and AJ Pritchard and Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton

How does the Strictly Come Dancing final work?

Based on past years, the four finalists will each be performing three dances.

There is the show dance as well as the celebrities' favourite dance from the series.

They will also perform a routine from the series as chosen by the judges, who have given them feedback on what to do better this time.

The Judges will score all the routines but the marks throughout the night are for guidance only and the public vote alone will decide who wins.

Who will win Strictly 2018?

Joe Sugg was recently installed as the new favourite to win.


Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for bookies BoyleSports commented: “Just two weeks ago we thought Stacey Dooley had the Glitterball hook, line and sinker, but with just a month to go until the finals, Joe Sugg has taken over as the new favourite.

"Fresh support came in for Joe off the back of his Samba last week seeing his odds cut to 12/5 from 7/2, but his Quickstep has put him out in front as further support made him 6/4 and the largest liability in the book.”

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