Strictly Come Dancing 2012: Who should make the final?

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Five stars remain on Strictly Come Dancing 2012, but who should make it through to the final next weekend?

Its a tough contest between those that remain, but we'd like to think it's clear who should be leaving home this Sunday.

Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh certainly deserves her spot in the competition, having being by far the most consistent of the remaining stars. An average score of more than 33 points makes Kimberley the second highest marked dancer, despite having only topped the scoreboard for the first time last week, and having also been in the bottom two.

Louis Smith has had a bit of a rough patch but now he seems over it, and as the last man standing it seems only right he gets a spot in the final. We're not particularly worried about him being eliminated at the weekend despite some unfairly low marks last night.

Dani Harmer has surprised us but has proved time and time again she deserves her place in the competition. Taking on the Argentine Tango this week with her partner Vincent could well be a turning point for the tiny actress, and let's hope it'll get them through to the final.

It leaves with just Denise Van Outen and Lisa Riley. If we're honest, we're not too bothered who goes.

However, based on talent, it's clearly got to be Denise. Lisa's becoming rather unstuck recently, with even head judge Len Goodman admitting that he can no longer continue to back the actress' less than perfect moves, despite her personality.

Even though we're still not sure about Denise, her marks speak for themselves, with Lisa and Denise opposite ends on the average scoreboard. We're sure you can work out who's top and bottom...

But it's the public who will decide the bottom two! Who is your Strictly Come Dancing favourite? Vote in our Strictly poll below and add your comments on who you think should go tonight!

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Strictly Come Dancing continues this weekend with the semi-final results show on Sunday 16th December at 7.30pm on BBC One and BBC One HD.

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