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Frankie Bridge & Kevin Clifton’s top 5 Strictly 2014 dances

We shine our spotlight on the last of the finalists Frankie & Kevin.

Kevin Clifton and Frankie Bridge

The past 24 hours we’ve highlighted three out of the four couples in the Strictly Come Dancing 2014.

Earlier today we picked Caroline Flack & Pasha Kovalev Top 5 dances and now it’s time to shine the spotlight on the last couple – Frankie Bridge & Kevin Clifton. Frankie & Kevin are the only couple in the final to have never been in the dance-off which surely puts them in a good position to win tonight?

We’ve taken a look at their performances over the series and highlighted our Top 5…

5. Jive – Week 10

Dancing in heels on a surfboard, one of the many skills that Frankie has showcased over the course of Strictly 2014. We loved the concept for this Jive and it was executed brilliantly.

4. Quickstep – Week 8

Frankie & Kevin hurtled round the Tower Ballroom in Blackpool like a pair of whippets. The speed and precision was incredible and we can’t rewatch this performance enough.

3. Paso Doble – Week 3

Yes it’s the week of the Donny 10 but there’s no denying this was an incredible dance. Frankie became a serious contender for the Glitterball Trophy for her wonderful technique and attack.

2. Tango – Week 6

We were in the studio for Frankie and Kevin’s Wicked Tango and there were tears everywhere. The routine was powerful and it transported us straight to the West End. It was at this point we pegged them as finalists.

1. Argentine Tango – Semi-final

Wow! Wow! Wow! Kevin knows how to choreograph an Argentine Tango doesn’t he? Frankie knows how to pull it off with conviction.

Strictly Come Dancing’s 2014 grand-final kicks off at 6.30pm tonight on BBC One.

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