South African celebrities are partnered with professional Latin and Ballroom dancers and must work each week on perfecting a dance routine. Each week during a live show viewers are asked to vote for their favourite couple, and one couple with the fewest votes is eliminated. In the season finale, two couples dance off to win the title and a cash prize of R40, R20, per partner. The cash prize was first introduced for the third season. Through sms voting, viewers vote who should stay and who should go, the results of the poll being combined with the ranking of the panel of judges. For example: with 4 contestants left, the judges' favourite would receive 4 points, 2nd favourite 3 points, and so on, and similarly with the viewers' rankings.
Zakeeya Patel and Ryan Hammond crowned queen and king of SABC3’s Strictly Come Dancing
Zakeeya Patel and Ryan Hammond crowned queen and king of the Ballroom ~ Phresh Entertainment
After ten gruelling weeks of pain, tears, heartache, joy and smiles, Zakeeya Patel and Ryan Hammond came up tops in an epic photo-finish finale against Lalla Hirayama and Grant Estherhuizen to win the sixth season of Strictly Come Dancing. With the judges having asked for passion and commitment on the final night, the three couples Lalla Hirayama and Grant Esterhuizen, Thapelo Mokoena and Hayley Bennet as well as Zakeeya Patel and Ryan Hammond dazzled like never before in the quest for the ultimate prize, and the R25 individual cash prize. Dancing their favourite routines, Lalla Hirayama and Grant Esterhuizen sizzled and thoroughly impressed as the first act of the night; Thapelo Mokoena and Hayley Bennet showed loads of improvement with their quick step while Zakeeya Patel and Ryan Hammond produced a champion performance…yet again. Patel and Hammond delivered world class form and were twice awarded a full house by the judges.
Post a comment. What's Happening? What a finale! Although not as excellent as the fifth season finale, where eventual winner, Rob van Vuuren, made the judges cry. None of the final two made the judges cry and its okay.
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