Strictly Come Dancing 2019 winner is revealed

Strictly Come Dancing kicked off its 2019 final in spectacular fashion on Saturday night, as Karim Zeroual and Amy Dowden opened the show with the first perfect score of the night.

The pair joined Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse and Emma Barton and Anton Du Beke for the grand finale, as they each performed three dances in a bid to win the coveted Glitterball trophy.

Karim and Amy wowed the judges with a reprisal of their Quickstep which scored the first 40 of the night, but Kelvin and Oti proved they were still in the running as they also earned a perfect score for their ‘exhilerating’ Showdance.

Amazing: Strictly Come Dancing kicked off its 2019 final in spectacular fashion on Saturday night, as Karim Zeroual and Amy Dowden opened the show with the first perfect score of the night

Amazing: Strictly Come Dancing kicked off its 2019 final in spectacular fashion on Saturday night, as Karim Zeroual and Amy Dowden opened the show with the first perfect score of the night

For their first dance, Karim and Amy were up first and for their Judges Choice the duo were asked to perform their Quickstep to Mr. Pinstripe Suit by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy.

After scoring 39 points the first time around, the duo were aiming for a perfect score, and once again they impressed with the fast-paced routine.

Shirley praised: ‘Well first of all, what can I say? What a way to open our show and to celebrate our final, you definitely had the eye of the tiger this evening, no gapping, beautiful frame, great head position, very impressive.’

Motsi added: ‘I feel like the first time we saw this dance, it was great but this time you’ve actually matured, you’ve had time to show what you can do, you were at ease but it was electrifying.’

Strictly Come Dancing Final – The Leaderboard

Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse

Judges Choice – Rumba to Ain’t No Sunshine by Bill Withers – 39 points out of 40

Showdance to Shout by The Isley Brothers – 40 points out of 40

Favourite Dance – Samba to La Vida Es Un Carnaval by Celia Cruz  – 39 points out of 40

Karim Zeroual and Amy Dowden 

Judges Choice – Quickstep to Mr. Pinstripe Suit by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy  – 40 points out of 40

Showdance to A Million Dreams by Pink – 39 points out of 40

Favourite Dance – Jive to You Can’t Stop The Beat from Hairspray – 40 points out of 40

Emma Barton and Anton Du Beke

Judges Choice – Charleston from Thoroughly Modern Millie – 39 points out of 40

Showdance to Let Yourself Go by Irving Berlin – 38 points out of 40

Favourite Dance – Viennese Waltz to Send in the Clowns by Barbra Streisand- 39 points out of 40

Exciting: The pair were tasked with dancing their Quickstep again for the judges, with the request that the gapping needed to be improved

Sensational: Karim and Amy wowed the judges with the stellar performance which scored them the first 40 of the night

Exciting: The pair joined Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse and Emma Barton and Anton Du Beke for the grand finale, as they each performed three dances in a bid to win the coveted Glitterball trophy

Stunned: Karim and Amy were left speechless to received a perfect score at the start of the night, putting them in strong contention with two more dances to go

Stunned: Karim and Amy were left speechless to received a perfect score at the start of the night, putting them in strong contention with two more dances to go

Emma and Anton were up next with their Judges Choice, which was a reprisal of their Charleston from the music Thoroughly Modern Millie.

Matching their previous score with 39 points, the pair were praised for the routine which could have been plucked from the West End stage, and Bruno even declared that he would love to Charleston with her.

Shirley added: ‘I applaud you, last Lady standing you did not disappoint, your confidence was off the charts it’s the most enjoyable Charleston I’ve ever watched and Anton you looked fabulous.’

Craig added: ‘There was a sync issue, but that routine would be right at home in the West End it was absolutely fantastic.’

Dancing Queen: Matching their previous score with 39 points, the pair were praised for the routine which could have been plucked from the West End stage, and Bruno even declared that he would love to Charleston with her

After sparking fan hysteria with their last performance, Kelvin and Oti were tasked with reprising their steamy rumba to Ain’t No Sunshine by Bill Withers. 

Once again the entire panel admitted that they were left hot under the collar by the dance, and they came perilously close to 40 yet again with a score of 39 points.

Craig said: ‘Well I have to admit, I am rather hot under the collar darling, watchable, believable, but above all masculine I thought it was absolutely tremendous.’

Bruno agreed: ‘I think we’re reaching melting point, what you did so well it was sensual and romantic the chemistry was absolutely sizzling, but what you did tonight that was so good, you managed to go from sculptural to fluid, instead of dancing through it all the time you went…’ before delivering his own flourish.  

Sensual: After sparking fan hysteria with their last performance, Kelvin and Oti were tasked with reprising their steamy rumba

Romantic: The pair performed to the Bill Withers hit Ain't No Sunshine

Sensual: After sparking fan hysteria with their last performance, Kelvin and Oti were tasked with reprising their steamy rumba to Ain’t No Sunshine by Bill Withers

Sizzling: Once again the entire panel admitted that they were left hot under the collar by the dance, and they came perilously close to 40 yet again with a score of 39 points

Following their judges choice, each couple took to the floor to perform their Showdance, which ripped up the rulebook and could include all manner of dance elements, lifts and choreography.

Up first were Karim and Amy who performed a contemporary inspired routine to A Million Dreams by Pink which reflected on their incredible journey in the competition.

The dance left both stars – along with most of the judging panel – on the brink of tears, with Shirley particularly praising Amy for making it to the final for the first time.

Motsi said: ‘I feel like that showcased more than your talent that was the perfect dance for you, all the talent that you bring, I felt that to the core of my heart thank you for making my little dancing heart happy.’

Bruno added: ‘It really looked and felt like a dream and you danced like an angel, it’s so good to see a young man so honest so truthful you give everything you have to everything you do, never loose that it will serve you well.’

Incredible: Up next each couple performed a no holds-barred Showdance, with Karim and Amy dancing a contemporary-inspired routine to A Million Dreams by Pink

Emotional: The dance left both stars – along with most of the judging panel – on the brink of tears, with Shirley particularly praising Amy for making it to the final for the first time

Emma and Anton decided to go classic Hollywood for their routine, with a routine that could have been plucked from a Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers film to Let Yourself Go by Irving Berlin, that scored them 38 points out of 40.

Craig said: ‘There was a slight hesitation at the beginning as you came down, but that being said I love that set and what I did love about the dance it was flashy all out full on Hollywood loved the style loved the dance.’

Motsi agreed: ‘I think its obvious we are in the final and maybe a bit of the nerves were in there, you do not need to worry about abs anything that was classy that was like a timepiece from old school dancing.’

Showbusiness! Emma and Anton decided to go classic Hollywood for their routing, with a dance to Let Yourself Go by Irving Berlin

Energetic: The pair scored a respectable 38 points, that judges noted that the dance was slightly tainted by nerves

Showbusiness! Emma and Anton decided to go classic Hollywood for their routine, with a dance that could have been plucked from a Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers film to Let Yourself Go by Irving Berlin, that scored them 38 points out of 40

It was Kelvin and Oti who earned the loudest reception of the evening when they took to the floor with a jaw-dropping Showdance that featured a medley of their biggest and best dance moments.

Clad in fuchsia pink outfits, they raised the roof with the dance to Shout by The Isley Brothers, which even included some Argentine Tango, which was a dance they never got the chance to perform.

Shirley praised: ‘You pushed the limits you have everything in the routine we could see your technique but you pushed the limits, it had everything, good music good, you name it, it had it.’

Bruno added: ‘Rocked, shaken, stirred exhilarated that really was such a tour de force it was almost like watching 13 weeks of all the best of Strictly Come Dancing condensed into one dance, we often ask we need more content, content, you can’t ask for anything more?’

Rousing: It was Kelvin and Oti who earned the loudest reception of the evening when they took to the floor with a jaw-dropping Showdance that featured a medley of their biggest and best dance moments

Rousing: It was Kelvin and Oti who earned the loudest reception of the evening when they took to the floor with a jaw-dropping Showdance that featured a medley of their biggest and best dance moments

That's a Showdance! Clad in fuchsia pink outfits, they raised the roof with the dance to Shout by The Isley Brothers, which even included some Argentine Tango, which was a dance they never got the chance to perform

That’s a Showdance! Clad in fuchsia pink outfits, they raised the roof with the dance to Shout by The Isley Brothers, which even included some Argentine Tango, which was a dance they never got the chance to perform

Following their Showdance, the final three couples received one last chance to perform together by taking to the ballroom with their favourite dance of the series.

After it scored the first 40 of the series, Karim and Amy opted to reprise their jive to You Can’t Stop The Beat from Hairspray.

Shirley praised: ‘I’m not going to talk about your dancing, but I tell you I will leave after this final being totally inspired by you. 

‘You give so much to the young generation that’s watching this show you have brought us joy, you brought us hard work and even when you scored low you came back and were a true gentleman.’

Bruno: ‘Well this absolutely proves that I am always right, actually the thing is it is the best jive ever, I could hear all the professional boys going absolutely mad for a reason because what you did is as good as anything they could deliver trust me!’

Reigning champion Stacey Dooley took to Instagram Stories on Saturday to cheer on the remaining three couples, as she threw her support behind Karim and Amy.

The star is now dating her professional partner Kevin, who was eliminated from this year’s Strictly in Week Two alongside presenter Anneka Rice.  

Posting a video from backstage at her latest TV project, Stacey said: ‘Very very good luck to the finalists of Strictly, I will be cheering you all on. Enjoy it, just soak it up. I can’t believe it’s been a year!’

Blowing a kiss to the camera Stacey clearly shared her support for pro Amy, as she said: ‘Also… go on Amy,’ while tagging the Welsh pro.

Such a shame: It has been another eventful series of Strictly that started with upheaval, after Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing) was forced to pull out

Drama: The reality star suffered a foot injury during rehearsals for the launch show, which forced him to pull out

Such a shame: It has been another eventful series of Strictly that started with upheaval, as Kelvin was drafted into the show at the last minute, after Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing was forced to pull out after suffering a foot injury

It has been another eventful series of Strictly that started with upheaval, as Kelvin was drafted into the show at the last minute, after Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing was forced to pull out after suffering a foot injury during rehearsals for the launch show.

Days later the star was snapped hobbling around on crutches with his foot in a protective moon boot, casting doubt over his future on the show. as the news of his injury came to light.

Later that week, Jamie later confirmed that he would not be taking part in this year’s Strictly in an emotional statement to his fans, and after the launch show aired bosses announced that Kelvin had been drafted in to replace him.  

In Week 7 Paralympic star Will Bayley was also forced to drop out of the show after he suffered a horrific knee injury in rehearsals which reportedly left the star screaming in agony. 

Painful: In Week 7 Paralympic star Will Bayley was also forced to drop out of the show after he suffered a horrific knee injury in rehearsals which reportedly left the star screaming in agony

Painful: In Week 7 Paralympic star Will Bayley was also forced to drop out of the show after he suffered a horrific knee injury in rehearsals which reportedly left the star screaming in agony

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