The Greatest Dancer's Cheryl prepares to dance with her finalists Harry & Eleiyah

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Cheryl and Harry & Eleiyah will share the stage in tonight's The Greatest Dancer final.

This evening will see the four finalists take to the stage for one last time.

For the three Dance Captains Cheryl, Matthew Morrison and Oti Mabuse the pressure is on, as they mentor their remaining acts, in the hope they will become The Greatest Dancer.

And in the final, each will be dancing with their acts.

The power is in the hands of the viewers at home, as they vote to decide who will win £50,000 and a chance to dance on Strictly Come Dancing.

In the final on Cheryl's team are Harry & Eleiyah, a duo of contemporary dancers made up of best friends from Liverpool.

Ahead of tonight's show, Cheryl said: "It’s been so fun to have the opportunity to dance with Harry & Eleiyah, it’s a new challenge for me but they’ve inspired me the whole way through this process. I feel honoured to be able to share the stage with them."

On why she thinks the pair should win over the other acts, Cheryl continued: "I think they are all talented at this point in the competition and they all have their own unique factors, but I just think H&E have taken my breath away since day one.

"They do the same to the audience. They have been consistent throughout and have really proved that they deserve the title of The Greatest Dancer. I think they could compete on any stage in the world and represent our country very well."

Cheryl went on to say that taking part in the series had "re-inspired" her passion for dance.

"I’ve always been a lover of dance, but since becoming a mother I haven’t done it nearly as much as I’d like to, and this show has re-inspired me to want to do that," Cheryl said.

She added: "The whole Greatest Dancer family from the crew, the production to, Oti and Matthew, everyone has been working so hard in all departments and it’s been a pleasure to be part of such a lovely show."

The Greatest Dancer airs at 7:10PM on BBC One tonight (Saturday, February 23.)

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