Dancing with the Stars final on tonight after series cut short

Dancing with the Stars final on tonight after series cut short
Former Miss Universe Ireland Grainne Gallanagh and Pro Dancer Kai Widdrington pictured during last week's live show of Dancing with the Stars. Picture: Kyran O’Brien Photography

RTÉ have announced that Dancing with the Stars will end tonight.

They had scheduled a semi-final for this evening's show but now say they are going to wrap it up, in line with Coronavirus guidelines.

In a statement, RTÉ said they made the decision "after careful consideration"

Grainne Gallanagh, Ryan Andrews, Lottie Ryan and Aidan Fogarty are competing for the Glitter Ball Trophy.

The show is on RTÉ One at 6.30pm this evening.

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