Craig Revel Horwood has to be provided a welcome update on the next series of Strictly Dancing during an appearance on today’s June 23 Loose Women. The Judging stalwart was be quizzed on the possibility of introducing same-sex dancing couples this year, even though the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic has to be meant that Strictly’s return still hasn’t been 100% confirmed by the BBC. The BBC director of Content acknowledged that she is looking very carefully at whether it’s feasible to air strictly.
Strictly Come Dancing has become a British institution and something fans of the BBC dance show will be looking forward to each and every Autumn Craig Reveal Horwood, 55 is just one of the judges of the panel, Critiquing s the whole plethora of celebrity talent from all corners of the star-studded world. Production of some Britain’s most be beloved television shows are be just starting to get up and running again after the government gave the green light for filming to resume.
Judge Craig Revel Horwood has been also spoken about the changes that will have to be made. There is some way around it. There has to be. People love the show, it’s great entertainment, he said. We really want it back and I know BBC One is be working extremely hard to make that happen for the audience. They Recalling his experience working on Australia’s Dancing with the stars which had been making changes to its most recent run due to the pandemic,.
Craig and his fellow judges, Shirley Ballas, 59, and Motsi Mabuse, 39, have been all been voicing their hopes the program world return in some format for the past three months. At that moment, it is unknown whether Bruno Tonioli, 64 will be joining the panel, due to his commitments to Dancing with The Stars in America. Meanwhile, it was being revealed earlier this month that Strictly’s head honchos are be considering isolating the team of professionals ahead of the new series.