Strictly Come Dancing 2018 final: The 13 dances that got Faye Tozer through the competition

Steps singer Faye Tozer has had quite the journey on Strictly Come Dancing.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 14 December, 2018, 11:29
Faye Tozer and Strictly partner Giovanni Pernice have made it to the final of Strictly Come Dancing 2018. Picture: PA/BBC.

And this weekend she will take to the floor for the final time in a bid to take home the coveted glitterball trophy. Adopted Mackem Faye, who lives in West Boldon, joins former Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts, YouTuber Joe Sugg and journalist Stacey Dooley in the final four. Strictly partner Giovanni Pernice has been in the show's final twice, with actress Georgia May Foote and entertainer Debbie McGee. Could this be his year? Good luck Faye, we'll be rooting for you!

The Steps singer topped the leaderboard in competition's first week taking home 29 points. Their Cha Cha Cha was performed to Lullaby by Sigala and Paloma Faith.
It's Movie Week! Their Grease-themed dance scored 36/40.
The couple tried their hardest with this sensual routine, to Chandelier by Sia, and scored 29/40 with the judges.
A beautiful routine to Just The Way You Are by Bruno Mars. The judges awarded them 33 points.
Their spooky Halloween number was a knockout, netting three 10s from the judges and getting 39 points overall.

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Call Me by Blondie provided the soundtrack to the couple's tango, which scored 38/40. This was the dance Faye said she always wanted to perform.
A trip to the seaside in this week's dance, to Reet Petite by Jackie Wilson. It scored 36/40.
Taking the Blackpool Tower Ballroom by storm! This dance scored 38 points and was performed to Unstoppable by E. S. Posthumus.
This dance scored 39 out of 40. The song was See The Day by Dee C. Lee.
Musicals Week - and a perfect score! The couple's Sound of Music-themed number was a hit with the judges, netting Faye and Gio their first 40/40.
A trip to Rio to keep you warm and December. Their Samba scored 37/40
Another near-perfect score for the couple. 39/40 for this dramatic dance to La Cumparsita by Machiko Ozawa.