Anton Du Beke hasn't spoken to Bruno Tonioli since joining the 'Strictly Come Dancing' panel full time Anton Du Beke hasn't spoken to Bruno Tonioli since joining the 'Strictly Come Dancing' panel. The 55-year-old dancer made guest appearances as a judge last year but is now a full-time addition to the board because Bruno is committed to 'Dancing With the Stars' in the US and unable to travel due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The first series of the BBC’s popular talent show had fewer couples and less variety, but far more innuendo “Let the battle of the ballroom begin.” So declared Bruce Forsyth all the way back on 15 May, 2004. Little did anyone suspect that the ballroom battle would still be raging 19 series and 17 years later.
'Strictly Come Dancing' judge has announced his first solo tour and he will be heading out around the UK next year. Craig Revel Horwood is embarking on his first ever solo tour. Craig Revel Horwood The 'Strictly Come Dancing' judge will take his one-man show on the road next spring, and it covers most of England as well as one date in Wales.
It's makeover time for season 30 Dancing with the Stars' Carrie Ann Inaba took a walk down memory lane on Tuesday when she reminisced about the judging panel with a fun and heartfelt Instagram post. The 53-year-old was marveling at the fact that three of the judges on the hit dance show are the same for season 30 as they were for the first - and nearly all of the seasons inbetween.
JoJo Siwa and her professional dancing partner, Jenna Johnson, are the first same-sex partnership to appear on Dancing with the Stars. (YouTube/Dancing with the Stars/ABC) JoJo Siwa and kicked off her Dancing with the Stars stint with a bang. The YouTuber looked radiant on stage as she and her professional dancing partner, Jenna Johnson, performed a quickstep to an upbeat cover of Jet’s hit song “Are You Gonna Be My Girl”.
Strictly Come Dancing is back for 2021 and with a new series comes a whopping four brand new professional dancers. Here's all you need to know about the show's youngest ever pro dancer, Cameron Lombard The newest season of Strictly is here, and its 15 new celebrity contestants and their pairings have been revealed.
This year's Strictly has seen four brand new professionals join the cast. Here's all we know about new dancer Nikita Kuzmin... Strictly Come Dancing is back for 2021, and we can't wait to watch this season's stars hit the ballroom floor and show us their best moves.
Former professional dancer Anton Du Beke has replaced Bruno Tonioli - and viewers can’t get enough Strictly Come Dancing’s brand new judge Anton Du Beke has made his debut on launch night - and fans of the BBC show already can’t get enough. Anton, who has replaced long-standing judge Bruno Tonioli, took his seat on the panel alongside Shirley Ballas, Motsi Mabuse and Craig Revel Horwood, with viewers quick to comment on how ‘proud’ they are of the star.
Strictly Come Dancing 2021: Pairings revealed as celebrities and professional dancers announced at launch show
Strictly Come Dancing 2021 has officially kicked off, with the stars of this year’s lineup making their grand entrances during the launch show. The celebrity contestants are ready and raring to go on a mission to bag the Glitterball Trophy, as members of the public finally learn which professional dancers each of the celebs have been partnered up with.
The couples for Strictly Come Dancing 2021 were announced on Saturday night as the new series launched on BBC The nights are drawing in and Strictly Come Dancing is back to brighten things up every weekend as it makes its eagerly awaited return for 2021. It was back in the summer of 2004 that the nation first fell in love with Strictly as it made its debut on BBC.
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The Strictly Come Dancing judge has been married since 2017 Anton du Beke is back on Strictly Come Dancing, and this time, he's returned as a judge, replacing Bruno Tonioli who confirmed earlier this year he wouldn't be returning because of uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 and his Dancing with the Stars commitments.
Since Strictly Come Dancing first aired in 2004 on BBC, a number of famous faces have sat in the judges seats including Bruno Tonioli, Arlene Phillips, Len Goodman, Alesha Dixon and Darcey Bussell. Strictly Come Dancing returns to BBC One this month with an all-star line-up including tv presenter Dan Stevens, McFly's Tom Fletcher, actress Nina Wadia, comedian Judi Love and chef John Whaite.
Where is Bruno and has he left Strictly? Here’s what we know about the former judge… Strictly Come Dancing is back on our screens this autumn and we are so excited. As well as a brand new line up of celebs, the 19th season will also have a new judge in the form of Anton Du Beke.
Strictly Come Dancing will be waltzing back onto screens tonight (September 18), starting with a special pre-recorded launch show ahead of the start of the 19th series. The line-up, as always, includes plenty of famous faces from all corners of the showbiz world. McFly’s Tom Fletcher, baker John Whaite (dancing as part of Strictly’s first ever male same-sex partnership) and comedian Judi Love are all some of the names signed up to face scrutiny from the professional judges.
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If there's one TV show that viewers across the country have been anxiously looking forward to all year, it is unquestionably the third season of Succession. Until that arrives, however, we've got the shiny-floor magic of Strictly Come Dancing 2021 to guide us through those chilly winter Saturday nights.
STRICTLY is back for another series and there have been some changes to the 2021 series. Judge Bruno Tonioli said Anton du Beke should take over on the panel this year. Strictly Come Dancing is back on BBC One and fans are looking forward to seeing the professionals and celebrities take to the dancefloor.
ANTON DU BEKE had a brutal take on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's choice of name for their baby daughter, branding it "irritating" in a throwback interview. The professional ballroom and Latin dancer, 55, is known for his work on the BBC’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.
The nation's favourite dance show is returning to BBC and there have been some changes made to the 2021 Strictly Come Dancing judging panel On Saturday, September 18, a brand new star-studded line-up is set to grace the Strictly Come Dancing stage. You'll be seeing the likes of Tilly Ramsay who is Gordon Ramsay's daughter, Tom Fletcher from McFly, TV presenter AJ Odudu, Dragon's Den star Sara Davies and EastEnders actress Nina Wadia strutting their stuff.
Strictly Come Dancing's ex judges - where are they now from Darcey Bussell to Arlene Phillips and Len Goodman
STRICTLY Come Dancing has had a very solid judging line-up for a show that's been on air for nearly 20 years. In fact, some of the panel are still firmly in place and not actually looking all that much older (hello, Craig Revel-Horwood). However, some notable stars have left the panel over the years.