It won’t be long before we all growl. ‘This grandpa this this this this’ As hard as dance returns.
The BBC’s Liver Not will return with 15 new celebrities ready to tell the difference between Chacha Cha and Charleston.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkle will be back to host the show and will continue to operate the ship as smoothly as possible on Saturday night.
Some changes are also fixed.
Fans will know that Bruno Tonioli has had to withdraw from the 2021 series, which led to the departure of veteran professional Anton du Beck.
Anton will be joined on the panel by Moti Mabios, Craig Revel Hooverwood and Head Judge Shirley Balas.
Anton and Janet Minara will be replaced by four new professional dancers, who are now hosting BBC Two’s strictly spin-off, At Tex Two.
The owners have promised. Strictly. What viewers know and love will return after a short, limited series due to the Corona virus epidemic last year.
All themed weeks are back – including Movie Week, Musical Week and Halloween Week, all of which had to be halted last year due to difficulties with hair and make-up under full PPE and coveted restrictions.
Unfortunately, Blackpool’s special trip has been canceled for a year.
But when does it all start?
The launch show, which introduces viewers to the public for the first time and connects celebrities with their professional partners, will air Saturday, September 18 at 7:45 p.m.
Then the live shows will start a week later on Saturday, September 25, when the celebrities will compete on the dance floor for the first time.
This is different from previous years because there are usually two weeks between the launch of celebrities and the start of live shows.
So, who is hoping to win the Glitter Ball Trophy this year? Here is the completely Low Dancing 20201 lineup:
- Broadcaster, sports pundit and former England rugby player. اوگو مونے۔
- Loose female star and comedian. Judy Love
- Olympic swimmer Adam Petty MBE.
- East End actress. Rose Isling Alice.
- Actress Nina Wadia
- Actor Greg Wise.
- Chef, social media influencer and CBC BBC presenter. Tilly Ramsay
- BBC breakfast presenter. Dan Walker
- Former Corey star and Hollywood actress. Katie McGlynn.
- Dragon’s Dean Star. Sarah Davis MBE
- Actors and children’s TV presenters. Rice Stephenson.
- Great British back of the winner. John White
- TV presenter. AJ Odo
- Actors and comedians. Robert Webb
- Macfly singer. Tom Fletcher.
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