The revival of Strictly Come Dancing has been confirmed: When will Strictly 2021 premiere?


The revival of Strictly Come Dancing has been confirmed: When will Strictly 2021 premiere?

Fans of STRICTLY COME DANCING, it’s almost time to welcome a new group of celebs to the dance floor, but when will the show begin?

Despite uncertainties over whether it might go ahead due to the coronavirus outbreak, Strictly Come Dancing brightened everyone up last year when it returned to BBC One. Thankfully, the colorful series was not discontinued, and the champions were comedian Bill Bailey and professional dancer Oti Mabuse. It will soon be the turn of someone else to lift the Glitter Ball trophy.

The BBC has been quietly disclosing the line-up for this year’s Strictly Come Dancing for the previous few weeks.

Olympic swimmer Adam Peaty, EastEnders actress Rose Ayling-Ellis, Gordan Ramsey’s daughter Tilly Ramsay, and CBBC broadcaster Rhys Stephenson are among the celebs taking part.

Viewers have been waiting for the release date to be announced so they can write it into their diaries now that all 15 stars have been confirmed.

This year, however, it was one of the show’s competitors who made the major surprise, not the show itself.

Lisa Nandy was chastised for criticizing the term “weak link.” Dominic Raab is a British politician.

Dan Walker, a journalist, is best known for hosting Football Focus for more than a decade before joining the BBC Breakfast team.

Dan was on the red sofa today, Wednesday, September 1, with co-host Louise Minchin, who announced her departure from the show on Wednesday, September 15.

“I was just going to write your date in the diary,” Dan replied as he took out his phone.

“In a few days, I meet and welcome the partner, and the first show is on the 18th, followed by the live events on the 25th.”

Walker is referring to his professional dancing partner for the duration of Strictly 2021 when he says he greets his partner.

Usually, there is a show where the candidates are paired up with their partners rather than competing.

On Saturday, September 18, BBC One will broadcast the first episode.

Next that, the live shows will begin the following week, on Saturday, September 25.

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