Who left The Greatest Dancer? Recap all the results and contestants who are in the live shows.
Over four weeks of auditions, dance acts of any style or genre auditioned for a live studio audience. The crowd could vote for an act using a keypad and if more than 75% of the audience voted, that act made the call backs.
At the callback stages, dance captains Cheryl, Oti Mabuse and Matthew Morrison had the tough task of whittling down the contestants picking three each to mentor in the live challenge shows.
Nine acts made it through to the live stages, competing to win £50,000, a chance to dance on Strictly Come Dancing and become The Greatest Dancer.
Every week, each of the dancers are set a challenge which they must tackle with their Dance Captain to create an unforgettable performance.
Jordan Banjo, who hosts the show with Alesha Dixon, explained: They've each got a challenge every week. This challenge could be a prop they have to work with, it could be the theme of their routine, costumes, music, choreography, different things. It gets really difficult and it's a huge challenge to meet every week."
In the live shows, the power is in the complete hands of the viewers at home, as they vote to decide who stays in the competition each week. The act with the fewest votes will be heading home until the final, where the winner will be crowned.
Here are the contestants and results so far from The Greatest Dancer 2019...
The Greatest Dancer contestants and results
KLA - All girl Latin formation group from Wales
Ellie - 14-year-old contemporary solo dancer from Scotland
ELIMINATED FIRST (February 2): Globe Girls - Five piece drag group
Harry & Eleiyah - Duo of contemporary dancers made up of best friends from Liverpool
ELIMINATED THIRD (February 16): Dane Bates Collective - All girl group of contemporary dancers aged 12 to 19.
ELIMINATED THIRD (February 16): Frobacks - Four piece street dance group
James & Oliver - Contemporary dance duo
ELIMINATED SECOND (February 9): Company Jinks - Commerical-contemporary fusion dance group
ELIMINATED SECOND (February 9): Prospects Fraternity - Hip hop street dance group aged 10-17
The Greatest Dancer airs Saturday nights on BBC One.
Next weekend's show will see the grand final as one act is revealed as the winner of The Greatest Dancer 2019.