Joe McFadden was awarded the Glitter Ball trophy with his professional partner Katya Jones in 2017– let's take a look at how last year's series unfolded.
Who was in the Strictly Come Dancing final?
The final was played out between Joe McFadden, Gemma Atkinson, Alexandra Burke and Debbie McGee.
After a nailbiting finale, it was Holby City star Joe who edged out the competition to claim a dramatic victory.
Who left Strictly Come Dancing each week?
Here's the lowdown on who's been in the bottom two each week in the build-up to the final…
- WEEK ONE: No one left.
- WEEK TWO: It was Brian Conley vs Chizzy Akudolu in the dance-off – we said goodbye to Chizzy.
- WEEK THREE: The dance-off this week was between Rev Richard Coles and chef Simon Rimmer. It was Richard who was sent home.
- WEEK FOUR: It was Charlotte Hawkins vs Davood Ghadami – but the judges unanimously agreed to save Davood and we said goodbye to Charlotte.
- WEEK FIVE: Brian Conley again found himself in the dance-off, as did Simon Rimmer. Ultimately, it was Brian who got the axe.
- WEEK SIX: Simon Rimmer found himself in the dance-off again, and didn't fare as well this week, getting the boot.
- WEEK SEVEN: Aston Merrygold can now concentrate on impending fatherhood as he was sent home from the competition after a dance off with Mollie.
- WEEK EIGHT: Ruth Langsford will be heading back to our morning TV screens after losing the fox in her trot.
- WEEK NINE: Jonnie Peacock exited the show after being edged out in the dance-off by Debbie McGee.
- WEEK TEN: Susan Calman was voted off by the judges after Alexandra Burke's technique won their favour in the dance off.
- WEEK ELEVEN: Davood Ghadami had to say goodbye as Alexandra Burke was in the bottom two again and outshone him in the dance-off.
- WEEK TWELVE: Mollie King had to bid the show an emotional farewell after losing to Gemma Atkinson.
How does the Strictly Come Dancing vote work?
The hit BBC show is usually on Saturday and Sunday nights on BBC One.
Yet filming is completed on Saturday – leaving contestants with the task of keeping schtum on the result for 24 hours.
The scoring system combines judges and viewer votes. No couple is guaranteed to be safe on judges' votes alone, however, and the viewers' votes can always influence the outcome.
This means that each week any couple can face or be saved from the dance-off with the public vote – and keeps things exciting!
For the grand final, the show follows a slightly different format – with the entire show taking place on a special extended Saturday episode, lasting two-and-a-half hours.
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