Strictly Come Dancing 2021: When is the final, how to watch and what couple are the bookies favourites to win?
THE Strictly Come Dancing finale is only two weeks away but which couple will dance their way to victory?
The dancing competition has left viewers on the edge of their seats this year, with fans attempting to work out who will take home the coveted disco ball trophy.
14 celebrities have tangoed and cha-cha'd their way through the competition but as the show enters its final few weeks, viewers are now placing their bets on who they think could win.
Here's everything you need to know about the finale and who's most likely to win according to the bookies:
When is the Strictly final?
The final of Strictly Come Dancing will air on Saturday, December 18.
In last year's competition, there were three couples who fought their way for the winning title in the final episode of the season.
Due to the pandemic, this could change for this year's final in case anyone has to isolate.
How can I watch the final?
Episodes of Strictly Come Dancing air on BBC One on Saturday nights, where the couples compete for a place in next weeks show.
On Sunday nights the results show takes place, eliminating the couple who haven’t made it to the next stage of the competition.
Timings for each episode vary, with this Saturday's show airing at 6:35pm and the Sunday show taking place at 7:15pm.
Who is still in the competition?
The remaining contestants in this year's Strictly include:
- John Whaite and Johannes Radebe
- Dan Walker and Nadiya Bychkova
- AJ Odudu and Kai Widdrington
- Rhys Stephenson and Nancy Xu
- Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice
Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzmin were sent home last weekend after an intense dance-off with Rhys Stephenson and Nancy Xu.
What couple are the current favourites to win?
According to the betting site, Betfair, Rose Ayling Ellis and partner Giovanni Pernice are the current favourites to win.
Odds on Ayling-Ellis are 1/5 and the current odds for the other couples are as follows:
AJ Odudu- 7/1
John Whaite- 9/1
Dan Walker- 25/1
Rhys Stephenson- 100/1