We're hurtling towards the thrilling climax to this year's Strictly Come Dancing - in fact, there are only TWO weekends left until we discover who will succeed Chris Hollins and Ola Jordan as the next Strictly Come Dancing champions.
Just to make sure you don't miss any of the excitement, here's all of the details you'll need to know about WHEN you need to be watching!
This year, Strictly Come Dancing's Semi-Finals will take place over a scintillating THREE nights. The thrills kick off this Friday night at 9pm on BBC One with our first LIVE semi-final show. Firstly, all of our five remaining couples will perform a dance as per normal, and will be marked in the usual way by the judges.
Then, all five couples will take to the floor at the same time to perform in a group "Swing-a-Thon".
During the Swing-A-Thon dance, the judges will confer and Head Judge Len Goodman will eliminate one couple at a time. If the judges cannot agree the order the couples are eliminated then Head Judge Len will have the final say. When a couple is eliminated they will leave the floor but the remaining couples will keep dancing until only one couple is left.
The first to be eliminated will score 1, the second couple eliminated will score 2, the third couple 3, and the fourth couple eliminated score 4. The last couple still dancing will receive the maximum score of 5. These scores will be added to that night's leader board and carried over to the next night.
We all return to the dancefloor for a second LIVE night of dancing on Saturday 11th Dec, from 6pm to 7pm. Each couple will then perform a THIRD dance and be marked by the judges. All three judges' scores will be added together to produce a final leaderboard - after which, phone lines will open and YOU will be able to vote for your favourite couples.
The results of that public vote will be revealed in our Results Show on Sunday night at 7pm (NOTE the slightly EARLIER time than usual!) - a very special show that will also feature a performance by Take That! Sadly, at the end of the Results Show, we'll say farewell to TWO COUPLES, leaving THREE couples to compete in the Grand Final.
THE GRAND FINAL
After months of hard work and training, our three surviving couples will come together to perform for the prestigious Glitterball Trophy in the Grand Final of Strictly Come Dancing 2010 on Saturday 18th December. There will be two LIVE shows on Saturday 18th - first from 7pm to 8pm, and then later in the evening from 9.05pm to 10.05pm, when the eventual champions will be revealed.
STRICTLY CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
But the Grand Final isn't the last you'll hear from Strictly Come Dancing this year - there's the festive glitter of our spectacular Christmas Special to look forward to!
Five brand new celebrities - TV presenter Fern Britton, EastEnders' Dot Cotton - actress June Brown, the Rt Hon Vince Cable MP, Comedienne Ronni Ancona and actor/entertainer John Barrowman - will take to the floor in a seasonal display of spectacular dancing - and they'll be joined by some of the most popular couples from Strictly 2010 too! You can catch this special show on Christmas Day at 7pm, right after the Doctor Who Christmas Special on BBC One.
Don't miss a second of this year's Strictly Come Dancing Semi-Finals and Grand Final. But if you do, don't forget you can catch up with BBC iPlayer. And don't miss Claudia Winkleman on It Takes Two every weekday evening at 6.30pm on BBC Two!
And don't forget to keep visiting the BBC Strictly Come Dancing Website either - we'll be bringing you lots of exclusive behind-the-scenes treats and surprises over the next two weekends, including a very special web-exclusive gameshow featuring our five remaining couples! Visit us regularly at www.bbc.co.uk/strictly !