Here's a look at The Greatest Dancer contestants in the live final tonight on BBC one.
Over four weeks of auditions, The Greatest Dancer saw dancers aged 7 and up, perform any dance style in The Greatest Dancer studio in their bid to impress the audience. If 75 per cent of the audience voted, the mirror opened, sending them through to the callbacks.
At the callbacks, the three superstar Dance Captains Cheryl, Matthew Morrison and Oti Mabuse had the tough job of whittling down the acts who the mirror opened for and deciding upon their Final 3 to mentor in the Live Challenge Shows.
Throughout the Live Challenge Shows, acts have had to impress viewers each week as those with the fewest votes were eliminated.
Now we're at the grand final and just four acts remain in the running heading into the live show tonight.
One will be crowned the first ever winner of The Greatest Dancer, enjoying a £50,000 cash prize plus a spot performing on Strictly Come Dancing later this year.
The Greatest Dancer live final begins 7:10PM on Saturday 23rd February on BBC One.
Meet The Greatest Dancer finalists below...
The Greatest Dancer contestants
Harry & Eleiyah
Team Cheryl's last remaining act are Harry Smallman and Eleiyah Navis, contemporary dancers made up of best friends from Liverpool. Cheryl describes the pair as a "dynamic duo that are technically flawless."
They said: "It would be an amazing achievement[to win! We are only 17 and 18 years old, so just starting out on this journey and hopefully this will give us opportunities that we could only have dreamed of."
The first act that Oti has in the final is all girl Latin formation group from Wales KLA. Oti said: "KLA are extremely exciting young dancers - I think they are going to really surprise people. Wales you should be very proud! "
They said of possibly winning The Greatest Dancer: "As young girls it would be our ultimate dream come true, as we would get to dance alongside our idols on Strictly Come Dancing!"
14-year-old contemporary solo dancer Ellie Ferguson from Scotland is the second of Team Oti's acts in the final. Oti said: "Ellie is my Scottish Princess, I am so proud of her! She has the power to control the entire room just through dance and is going to make us feel raw emotion."
Ellie said about the prospect of winning the show: "I would love to go to a really good dance college and then go on to perform professionally. I still have a lot to learn. It would be a dream to work for Matthew Bourne, Nederlands Dans Theater or a Contemporary Company in America. I would love to get an opportunity to dance for Billie Eilish."
James & Oliver
Contemporary dance duo James & Oliver are the final act on Team Matthew. He said of the pair: "James and Oliver gave me one of the most emotionally satisfying performances of the whole audition process and I know they have far more to give."
"If we won, The Greatest Dancer the future would hold amazing things that I don’t even think we can comprehend at this moment," the pair said.
The Greatest Dancer live shows conclude Saturday 23rd February on BBC One.