How to vote for BBC Greatest Dancer's James & Oliver

PUBLISHED: 10:03 09 February 2019 | UPDATED: 22:27 09 February 2019

As well as their competition dance, James and Oliver from Hatfield also have to prepare an ensemble dance with the other teams and dance captains on BBC One's The Greatest Dancer. Picture: BBC/YouTube

As well as their competition dance, James and Oliver from Hatfield also have to prepare an ensemble dance with the other teams and dance captains on BBC One's The Greatest Dancer. Picture: BBC/YouTube

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We're not biased or anything. But you should definitely vote for Hatfield's James and Oliver on BBC's The Greatest Dancer tonight.

Trainer Kerry Newell with James and Oliver as they rehearse for BBC's The Greatest Dancer. Picture: supplied by Kerry NewellTrainer Kerry Newell with James and Oliver as they rehearse for BBC's The Greatest Dancer. Picture: supplied by Kerry Newell

The dynamic duo have wowed audiences first with their “Fraternal Dance” and then with a 1920s top-hat-and-tails number responding to the theme of ‘stairs’.

This week for episode six, the second in the live rounds, it remains to be seen what they’ll get up to.

All their trainer and choreographer Kerry Newell at Hatfield’s FK Dance Academy can say is: “It’s going to be very different.”

READ MORE: Behind the scenes of James & Oliver training for BBC’s Greatest Dancer

But we want to make sure Welwyn Hatfield sends them through to the next round.

Blink and you’ll miss the voting window it closes just 12 minutes after the last competition dance.

You’ve got the length of time while the guest act performs to get your vote in.

• Landline

An 11-digit number will appear throughout the show, with the last 2 digits corresponding to the act.

Hatfield dancers James & Oliver's dress run of their routine for the first live show of BBC One's The Greatest Dancer. Picture: BBC/Syco/Thames/Tom Dymond.Hatfield dancers James & Oliver's dress run of their routine for the first live show of BBC One's The Greatest Dancer. Picture: BBC/Syco/Thames/Tom Dymond.

For mobiles, the number will have seven digits.

• Online

You can also sign up to vote via the BBC website at www.bbc.co.uk/greatestdancer, if you get a free BBC account.

The advantage here is that you can vote for free, and you get up to three votes.

All of which will be for James and Oliver, obviously.

• Episode 6 of The Greatest Dancer goes out live on BBC One at 7.35pm tonight, Saturday, February 9.

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