The Strictly Come Dancing finalists are taking to the dance floor in a bid to be named 2023 champions. 

The grand final sees hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman lead as the remaining stars perform three routines as they compete to be crowned champion. 

Although each of the couple's dancers is scored out of 10 by the judges, the public gets to decide who takes home the glitterball. 

In previous years the public has voted for Rose Ayling-Ellis, Bill Bailey, Ore Oduba and Hamza Yassin as glitterball champions. 

But tonight the public will decide if Layton Williams, Bobby Brazier or Ellie Leach will be crowned the Strictly Come Dancing champions of 2023.

How to vote in the Strictly Come Dancing final

There are a number of ways to vote on Strictly Come Dancing, including online and by telephone. 

To vote online you can head to the BBC website, and log into your BBC account. 

Once you are logged in, you can vote for your favourite Strictly Come Dancing contestant with your three votes.

To do this, you just need to click the plus button on the picture of your favourite celebrity with the chance to use all three of your votes on the same person.

Or, you can share your votes across a maximum of three Strictly contestants. 

Once you have chosen who gets your votes, you can click 'submit' and your celebrity will get your votes. 

You can vote via the website here.

To vote by phone, all you need to do is ring the number shown on screen during Strictly Come Dancing. 

Who will win Strictly Come Dancing 2023?

Betway has released its odds on who will lift the Strictly glitterball trophy on Saturday.

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Betway spokesperson Chad Yeomans shared: "As this season of Strictly comes to a dazzling close tonight, the latest odds suggest Ellie is practically a shoo-in to lift the Glitterball Trophy.

"The former Coronation Street actor is now an incredible 1/14 odds-on to win, which are the shortest odds we have seen for any contestant all series long, and means she has a 93% chance of winning.

"While Layton received a perfect 40 last week for his Charleston that Craig called the "best Charleston" he has "ever seen in 20 years on this programme" that won’t count this evening, as it’s all down to the public vote!

"Layton (8/1) and Bobby (10/1) definitely still have their dedicated fan bases, but it would take a minor miracle for either to snatch victory from Ellie, and as things stand, she already has one hand on the Glitterball Trophy!"

The Strictly Come Dancing final starts on BBC One and BBC iPlayer at 7pm.