Each of the three finalists has three routines to rehearse for this Sunday's Dancing on Ice final. Matt Lapinskas, Beth Tweddle and Luke Campbell are all practising their favourite performance from the series. Each will also perform a showcase routine accompanied by other professional skaters.
This week the scores from the judging panel are not counted when deciding who wins the show. The decision is purely made from the public phone vote. The voting lines will be frozen after the first two skating performances and the finalist with the fewest votes will leave the competition.
The two remaining finalists will then perform their interpretation of Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean's signature dance, 'Bolero'. After that the skater with the most votes will be crowned the winner. The show will also feature a performance from other contestants already voted off the series.
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