McFly musician Harry Judd appears to be the favourite to win "Strictly Come Dancing" series on Saturday night.
Other two finalists at this BBC show are "Waterloo Road" actress Chelsee Healey and actor Jason Donovan.
Reports suggest that all the contenders are training hard ahead of the grand finale, which will take place at the Tower Ballroom in Blackpool.
However, the Mirror reports show organisers are apprehensive that severe weather conditions might disrupt the event. Snow and 60 mph gales might disrupt satellite signals. Weather conditions can interrupt live telecasts.
The newspaper reports that the crew members on Friday failed to transmit a clear signal from Tower Ballroom due to bad weather conditions.
The show producers are believed to have made contingency plans if severe weather conditions continue to persist.
The celebrity dance show would be shown on 3D screen for the first time on BBC HD channel and select cinemas. The show is expected to get maximum viewership, more than nearest rival "The X Factor" on ITV1.
It is estimated that about 14 million viewers would be watching the show on Saturday night. Thousands of people have applied for limited 1,000 tickets to watch the stage performance.
The winner would be announced after audience poll.
So far, Judd has the highest average mark in the series, but he is also the only one who has not scored a perfect 40.
Last year's winner was "EastEnders" actress Kara Tointon and her dance partner Artem Chigvintsev.