Kimberley Walsh and Louis Smith look forward to Strictly final

15:27 21 December 2012

Kimberley Walsh is "beyond excited" for tomorrow

Kimberley Walsh is "beyond excited" for tomorrow's final. File picture: PA Wire

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Kimberley Walsh is beyond excited about her routine in tomorrow’s Strictly Come Dancing final.

Louis Smith is favourite to win the show. File picture: Ian West/PA WireLouis Smith is favourite to win the show. File picture: Ian West/PA Wire

The Girls Aloud star is thrilled to have made it to the final four of the BBC One show and can’t wait for her and her partner Pasha Kovalev to show off their dazzling routine.

She said: “I can’t thank our fans enough for getting us to the final and I am beyond excited about our routines - particularly the show dance.

“We are dancing to Crazy in Love by Beyonce and Pasha isn’t messing around. I can’t wait.”

Kimberley is in the final with Denise Van Outen, Louis Smith and Dani Harmer and they are all hoping to win.

Gymnast Louis - who won an individual silver medal at this summer’s London Olympics - told The Sun newspaper: “I don’t think it’s too sensible to be thinking about winning.

“At the moment, I just want to dance well and enjoy myself. But I am taking the competition very seriously and it would be incredible to win.

“It would be the cherry on top of an amazing year. I’d love to do it for Flavia [his professional partner] as well - it would be the first time she has won the show and I’m sure she would be delighted.”

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