Get ready for glitz, glamour and show-stopping performances as Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman return to the ballroom and 15 brand new celebrities and their professional partners take to the floor.
When does Strictly Come dancing come back on TV?
Strictly Come Dancing will return for its nineteenth series with a launch show on 18 September 2021 on BBC One, with a pre-recorded launch show, during which the celebrity competitors will learn which professional dancers they are performing with. The live shows start on 25th September.
What time does the Strictly Come Dancing start on the 18th Sept.
The first show on 18th Sept will start at 7.45pm UK time.
How long will the series run?
This year the show will run for 13 weeks, longer than last year which was cut short because of the pandemic. All the themed weeks are back – including movie week, musicals week, and Halloween week. The special trip to Blackpool has been axed for another year.
Which Celebs will take part in Strictly Come Dancing 2021?
The Strictly celebrities taking part this year are:-
- Robert Webb
- AJ Odudu
- Tom Fletcher
- Nina Wadia
- Greg Wise
- Tilly Ramsay
- Judi Love
- Adam Peaty
- Dan Walker
- Katie McGlynn
- John Whaite
- Rose Ayling-Ellis
- Rhys Stephenson
- Sara Davies
- Ugo Monye
Who are the judges in 2021
Regular judges Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse and head judge Shirley Ballas will be scoring the dancers once again and a new judge Aonton du Beke. Bruno Tonioli will not be a judge this year because he's involved with Dancing with the Stars in the USA.– and the UK every week.
What can be expect for Strictly in 2021
More glamour, more bad jokes, more frivolity, more twists and turns like every drama, and who knows more romance. One thing is for sure this show has proven to be a popular TV highlight for millions of British viewers during the Autumn.
Find out who's performing in the pre-recorded show to be aired on the 18th September.
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