Everything you need to know about the Strictly Come Dancing semi-final: What time it’s on, ALL the dance details and more

That glitterball trophy will soon have a brand new owner!

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by Hannah Mellin |
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The final of this year's Strictly Come Dancing is edging closer and closer and we just can't believe that it's nearly all over.

Has this been one of the best series yet? We sure think so. We couldn't even pick a worthy winner at this stage - they've all been INCREDIBLE.

2016's Strictly has had the perfect balance of pure and utter entertainment (hello Ed Balls) to the highest standard of celebrity dancing ever seen on the show (hello Danny Mac) and we just don't want it to ever end - especially as we'll be sayin goodbye to head judge Len Goodman too.

But it's all still to play for in this week's sparkly semi-final, where the remaining celebrities will have not one but TWO dances to learn and perfect.


What time is Strictly Come Dancing on this weekend?

Strictly Come Dancing is on Saturday 10th December at 6.50pm on BBC1.

Who's in the Strictly Come Dancing semi-final?

Hollyoaks babe Danny Mac, Olympic Gymnast Claudia Frangapane, former pop-star Louise Redknapp and BBC sports presenter Ore Oduba.

The closest semi-final we've EVER seen.

Strictly Come Dancing semi-final dances

**Claudia and AJ **will be dancing the Rumba to ‘Bleeding Love’ by Leona Lewis and the Quickstep to ‘When You’re Smiling’ by Andy William.

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Danny and Oti will be dancing the Salsa to the track ‘Vivir Mi’ Vida by Marc Anthony and the American Smooth to ‘Misty Blue’ by Dorothy Moore.

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**Ore and Joanne **will be dancing the Quickstep to ‘Are You Gonna Be My Girl?’ by Jet and the Argentine Tango to ‘Can’t Get You Out of My Head’ by Kylie Minogue.

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Louise and Kevin will be dancing the Samba to ‘Brazil’ by Thiago Thomé and the Tango to ‘Glad All Over’ by the Dave Clark Five.

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How many celebrities will leave Strictly Come Dancing this weekend?

At least one celebrity will the competition this week, with a least two couple having to face the dreaded dance off. Reports are suggesting that due to Will young leaving the show so early on - there could be up to two couples leaving the show.

Historically though, Strictly Come Dancing final's usually have three celebrities battling it out in the final.

Coulc it be different this year? God only knows.

What does the results show have in store?

The Sunday show will be on BBC1 at 7.20 and will contain a special performance from the professional dancers - plus a performance from the ledgendary Sting.

**Will you be tuning into Strictly Come Dancing tomorrow? **

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