The wait is finally over. Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly present the ultimate ballroom battle - it’'s the Strictly Come Dancing Grand Final 2012. After spinning, high-kicking and sashaying their way through 11 weeks of dance, the final four couples take to the floor for a night of show-stopping routines to see who will be crowned the ultimate dancing champion. As always, the fearsome foursome of Craig, Darcey, Len and Bruno are on hand to offer their critique but it is down to viewers to choose their champion. The winner will be announced on Strictly Come Dancing: The Results, which can be seen tonight at 8.50pm, when one couple will lift the Glitterball trophy.
Strictly Come Dancing - The Final. BBC1: 6.30pm
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