The final of Strictly Come Dancing 2018 is slowly but surely coming.

An initial 15 contestants waltzed onto the dance floor in round 1 yet only one winner can prevail.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Strictly final.

Strictly 2018 Celebrities and Pro Dancers - (C) BBC - Photographer: Guy Levy
Strictly 2018 Celebrities and Pro Dancers – (C) BBC – Photographer: Guy Levy

When is the Strictly Final 2018?

The Strictly Come Dancing final will air on Saturday, December 15th.

Although there is no confirmed time, it should start around 7 pm on BBC One.

Then, it’s all eyes on who can dance their way to claiming the famous Glitterball Trophy.

Watch Strictly Come Dancing Online

If you regularly find yourself testing out of your own dance moves over the weekend then you can always catch up with the latest Strictly episodes online.

Hell, you can watch some of the old series if you fancy!

Giovanni Pernice, Faye Tozer - (C) BBC - Photographer: Guy Levy
Giovanni Pernice, Faye Tozer – (C) BBC – Photographer: Guy Levy

Simply head to the official BBC media player, iPlayer.

All the latest Strictly episodes will be uploaded shortly after they go to broadcast.

You can follow the official Strictly Come Dancing YouTube channel to watch the dance routines from each round.

Pay-to-watch Strictly Come Dancing

If you’re super keen to watch some of the past series then there is a way or two. So long as you don’t mind spending a quid or two, that is.

Season’s 14 and 15 are both on Amazon, where you can pay to watch individual episodes or the whole series.

Likewise, Juswatch.com have a range of series and episodes available to stream.

WATCH STRICTLY COME DANCING EVERY WEEKEND ON BBC ONE.

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Liam is our head of Entertainment and Gaming, managing teams globally. His journalism experience has covered everything from sport to health and fitness with companies such as Men's Health and HITC. Before moving into management, writing about the ridiculous antics of the Made in Chelsea crew was by far his most enjoyable topic.

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