This weekend, Caroline Flack, Frankie Bridge, Mark Wright and Simon Webbe will battle it out to take home the show's coveted Glitterball trophy.
But, while they will be taking to the floor to be crowned this year's winner, they'll be joined by a few familiar faces they met along the way.
Introducing the Strictly Come Dancing class of 2014...
Busy practicing for their Strictly return, the show's celebrity evictees have teamed up with their professional partners once again to dance on Saturday night.
Reunited, the gang enjoyed their last rehearsal earlier today and making sure to capture the moment, Strictly dancer Brendan Cole took a group shot of them all.
Tweeting his photo, he said: "Last studio rehearsal for the fantastic cast of 2014 #scd."
Meanwhile, the competition's final four have been busy in rehearsals of their own as they take on not one, but THREE dances.
And, starting to feel the nerves at remembering all her moves, Frankie admitted she is feeling the pressure.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain yesterday, The Saturdays singer said: "There's a lot going through my head right now. I'm trying to remember things I did weeks ago, learn something new…
"I'm excited to be in the final, but there's a lot of pressure. Everyone's expecting it to be perfect."
Like Frankie, her fellow finalist Caroline has also been trying to master her footwork. Heading to the dance studio for the last time today, she tweeted:"Last day ever of strictly training... Feeling lil emotional... WHO'D HAVE THUNK IT EH XXX."
After finding out she had made the final, Caroline told her followers being on Strictly had been life-changing.
Thanking fans for their support, she said: "Wow wow wow. I feel so lucky. Without sounding like a complete soppy twit... Thank you so much if you voted...it's changed my life xxx."
Now, hoping to be crowned the winner, Caroline has been dubbed the favourite to take home the Strictly trophy following EastEnders actor Jake Wood's exit.
In a surprise result, Len Goodman used his deciding vote to send ex-TOWIE star Mark through to the final in last weekend's semi-final show.
Visibly shocked at the judges' decision, Mark told Claudia Winkelman he was convinced he would be the one going home.
Instead, Jake narrowly missed out on his place in the final four, telling Tess Daley he was "disappointed" to not make it through.
He said: "It's a huge disappointment to go out at the semi-finals, but for a 42-year-old dad of two, I've never danced before, I've never had a dance lesson - this woman has worked wonders."
But, not hanging up his dancing shoes just yet, Jake will return with the rest of the Strictly cast to dance for one last time, before this series bow out.
We can't wait to watch!
The Strictly Come Dancing final begins this Saturday 20 December at 6.30pm on BBC One.
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