The latest season of Be sure to come dance comes to an end.
The semi-finals of the BBC One show took place on Sunday evening (December 11).
All five couples performed two dances for the judges to compete for a spot in the finals.
Those remaining in the contest are Will Mello and Nancy Xu; Hamza Yassin and Jowita Przystal; Holly Rainford and Carlos Gu; Helen Skelton and Gorka Marquez; Fleur East and Vito Coppola.
Due to scheduling conflicts with the World Cup, the results of the semi-finals will be broadcast on BBC One on Monday evening (12 December) at 8.15pm.
After the semi-finals are done and dusted off, the spectators are already looking forward to the final.
When is the Strict Final?
The final will take place on Saturday (December 17), one week before Christmas, at 7:05 p.m.
Last year, a total of 125 minutes were estimated for the glamorous finale. However, after AJ Odudu dropped out through injury, the running time shortened as fewer pairs competed.
The final four contestants of the 2022 series will appear before the judges on Saturday (December 17) for their final chance to take home the Glitter Ball trophy.
At the end of the episode, a celebrity and their professional dance partner are crowned winners Strict 2022.
You can find out how to vote for your favorite couple online or by phone here.
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