What time does Strictly Come Dancing begin?


What time does Strictly Come Dancing begin?

Later this year, STRICTLY COME DANCING will return with a new cast of celebrities demonstrating their greatest dance moves. But when will the new series premiere?

Strictly Come Dancing is returning for a second season later this year, and there isn’t much longer to wait. The fresh line-up of celebrities vying to prove to fans and themselves that they are the best dancers will premiere on BBC One once more. What is the new series’ premiere date, though?

It’s that time of year again, and Strictly fans are already getting excited for another season.

The BBC has already started the ball rolling by naming the first five celebrities that will be attending.

Unfortunately, there is no official start date for the new series, but given the show’s 16-year duration, a release window may be predicted rather precisely.

Except for Series 18, which was delayed owing to the coronavirus pandemic, the previous 18 series have all shown in September.

Despite skipping September, the show will air in the fall of 2020.

All indications point to Strictly hitting its customary September release date this year, with the line-up already being finalized.

When the BBC officially confirms the publication date, this website will update this story.

The already confirmed line-up is generating a stir on social media, and fans can’t wait for the new series.

Robert Webb, star of Peep Show, is arguably the most significant announcement, with the actor, comedian, and writer proving to be a popular pick among fans.

“@arobertwebb for the victory already,” one Twitter user wrote. I’m betting on it!! “I can vividly remember Robert Webb performing “What A Feeling” from Flashdance for Children In Need in 2009,” another added. On that premise, he’s my pick for this year’s winner! “One of my favorite TV moments is Jez dancing alone at his own wedding. A third speculated, “Perhaps @arobertwebb’s dance partner has an urgent interview and has to go.”

John Whaite is expected to make history on Strictly Come Dancing, as he is set to be part of the show’s first-ever all-male partnership.

“When they asked if I’d be interested, I just chewed their hand off,” Whaite told Matt Lucas on Radio 2.

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