Before the debut, the bosses issued a strict warning to celebrities, saying, “Do it or you’re out!”


Before the debut, the bosses issued a strict warning to celebrities, saying, “Do it or you’re out!”

The executive producers of STRICTLY COME DANCING have apparently issued a strong warning to this year’s celebrity participants.

After announcing this year’s full celebrity line-up, Strictly Come Dancing is due to return to BBC One later this year. However, as the show welcomes back a live studio audience, it has been claimed that the 15 contenders have all been given a harsh warning about the Strictly “curse.”

According to reports, the show’s producers have established a “one snog and you’re out” policy.

When Maisie Smith and Hrvy appeared to break social distancing guidelines last year, producers were not impressed.

After meeting on the BBC competition, the two formed a short-lived romance.

According to a TV insider, executives are working hard to ensure that this season of Strictly goes off without a hitch.

“Despite the fact that the pandemic has subsided since last year’s series, the BBC isn’t taking any chances,” they stated.

“This kissing ban is most likely part of a package of safety measures put in place by the producers to make the show as safe as possible.”

“They want to avoid any bombshells,” a source told The Sun, “especially because a studio audience is being introduced back into the studio this year.”

The show’s first same-sex coupling was forced to leave early in 2020.

When her partner Katya Jones tested positive for coronavirus, Nicola Adams had to quit from the competition.

Strictly bosses are doing everything they can to prevent this from happening again.

This website contacted the BBC for comment on the reports.

Meanwhile, Anton Du Beke will be seen in his new role on the judging panel on Strictly Come Dancing.

Last year, the ballroom and Latin dancer filled in for Motsi Mabuse for two weeks, but for the 2019 series, he’ll have a regular seat.

Anton will take the place of Bruno Tonioli, who is unable to judge the BBC season due to business commitments in the United States.

In an exclusive conversation with This website, professional Luba Mushtuk hinted that Anton would be permanently taking over Bruno’s post.

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“Well, I adore Anton, and I think Anton is an incredibly great human being who can accomplish anything,” she explained.

“He is a wonderful dancer and judge, and we were all very supportive of him while he was a judge.”

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