Four couples to compete in Strictly Come Dancing final
For the first time ever, four couples will compete in this year's final of 'Strictly Come Dancing', which takes place on December 22
Four couples will compete in this year's final of 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The finale of the BBC One show usually sees three celebrities take part, but this year producers have decided to up it to four pairs, who will battle it out for the Glitterball Trophy.
Olympic gymnast Louis Smith is the favourite to win the December 22 final, ahead of Denise Van Outen.
The other stars battling it out to make it to the final are Kimberley Walsh, Dani Harmer, Lisa Riley and Nicky Byrne.
Meanwhile, judge Craig Revel Horwood has tipped Girls Aloud star Kimberley to make the final after being impressed with how much she has improved over the weeks.
He said: "She is really starting to grow on me and I think she's a massive contender for the final I really, really do.
"She's got a fantastic personality, which she's now bringing to it. I thought she was a bit dull to begin with. I did, I really did but with confidence her personality is now coming through her feet which is great."