Strictly Come Dancing Final

It’s been filled with shocks, surprises, triumphs and tears from the start and it’s set to be a sensational Saturday night as the fourth series of Strictly Come Dancing on BBC One comes to a climax.

World Cup-winning rugby player Matt Dawson goes head to head with former England cricketer Mark Ramprakash at 5.40pm tomorrow (23 December).

Matt and Mark have spent the last week cramming in as many hours training as possible in a bid to win Strictly Come Dancing 2006.

For the final show both men will be dancing five dances: their favourite ballroom and Latin dances of the series, a judge’s choice where both couples will dance to the same piece of music chosen by the judges, a Viennese Waltz with both couples performing at the same time, and a brand new show dance.

For their favourite dances, Mark will be performing the Tango and the Salsa and Matt will be performing the Waltz and the Samba.

All the Strictly Come Dancing couples from the series will be returning to perform their favourite dance once again.

BBC One at 5.40pm with the results show at 9.30pm.

To vote for Matt and Lilia Kopylova call 0901 121 4001.
To vote for Mark and Karen Hardy call 0901 121 4013.

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