Let's Sing and Dance for Comic Relief: Tonight's celebrities and songs for the final!

Let's Sing and Dance 2017 spoilers! Tonight's celebs and songs

Let's Sing and Dance For Comic Relief

Let's Sing and Dance for Comic Relief 2017 is back tonight, and here's the list of confirmed celebrities taking part in the FINAL tonight!

Fronted by Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins, the showdown concludes this evening on BBC One with the grand final of he series.

Over the past three weeks, us viewers at home have got the chance to vote for our favourite acts in three heats, deciding who would gain a place in the final tonight.

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!

A total of six celebs made it through to this weekend's show where they'll reprise their all singing, all dancing routines.

The performing celebs will be judged each by a panel of top TV personalities but again it'll be viewers that decides who comes out on top.

The one celeb with the most votes will be crowned the first ever WINNER of Let's Sing and Dance for Comic Relief.

So which celebs are left on Let's Sing and Dance this year? Here's the line up - and songs - from tonight's final...

Tonight's Let's Sing and Dance 2017 celebs line up

Alison Hammond
Missy Elliot's Get Ur Freak On.

The One Show reporters
Made up of Angellica Bell, Iwan Thomas, Alex Riley, Michelle Ackerley and Dominic Littlewood.
Born This Way by Lady Gaga.

Sara Pascoe
Chandelier by Sia.

Rickie Haywood Williams and Melvin Odoom
Medley of Will Smith’s biggest music hits.

Stars of Casualty and Holby City
Made up of Chizzy Akudolu, Tony Marshall and Amanda Henderson
Uptown Funk by Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars.

The Chasers
Made up of Anne Hegerty, Jenny Ryan, Mark Labbett and Shaun Wallace
Musical medley from the classic Wizard Of Oz

Who will you be backing to WIN the show tonight?

Let's Sing And Dance starts tonight at 6:55PM live on BBC One.

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