It’s the grand final of Let’s Dance For Sport Relief 2012 tonight, and the eight finalists will be pulling out all the stops in a bid to win the Let’s Dance For Sport Relief Champion 2012 title.
Alex Jones and Steve Jones host tonight’s live show, as viewers get the opportunity to have their say in who will be crowned the twinkle-toed champion of the dance floor.
Over the past four weeks, 20 celebrity dance acts have been paying homage to iconic dance routines, from Tina Turner’s Proud Mary to LMFAO’s Rock Party Anthem, while strutting their stuff in a bid to impress the judges and viewers and win a place in the final.
Acts confirmed to compete in the Grand Final are:
Terry Alderton – Tina Turner ‘Proud Mary’
Tameka Empson and Laurie Brett – Lady Gaga and Beyonce ‘ Telephone’
Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards – Austin Powers ‘Soul Bossa Nova’
Miles Jupp – The Prodigy ‘Firestarter’
Tyger Drew Honey and Dani Harmer – Bugsy Malone ‘Fat Sam’s Grand Slam’
Omid Djalili – Public Enemy ‘Fight The Power’
Rowland Rivron – Fatboy Slim - ‘Weapon Of Choice’
Fatima Whitbread and The Cuban Brothers – The Bee Gees - ‘You Should Be Dancing’
This week, the finalists will have to go all out to impress the viewers tonight as the winner will be crowned based on the viewers’ phone votes alone. The panel - Arlene Phillips, Rhod Gilbert and Frank Skinner - will be on hand to offer their opinions on all of the performances.
"I'm thrilled to be joining the panel on the Let's Dance final this Saturday night and looking forward to the run-ins with Rhod and Frank in deciding who has danced that extra mile for Sport Relief!" commented an excited Arlene."
Last year it was Emmerdale’s James Thornton and comedian Charlie Baker, who stole the show with their unforgettable Putting on the Ritz tap routine. So who will dance their way to victory and take the crown this year?
This week viewers will also be treated to a special guest performance from JLS and Katy Perry will give an exclusive UK performance of her new single, Part Of Me.
Let's Dance 2012 for Sport Relief, BBC One, 7:10PM