GMB: Shirley Ballas says she'll get Ben’s ‘undercarriage’ moving
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Last year, the nation was extremely grateful for all the cast and crew who made Strictly Come Dancing possible despite the ever-changing and difficult circumstances. After seeing Bill Bailey and Oti Mabuse pick up the Glitterball Trophy a mere two months ago, thoughts turn to what 2021 has in store. While the previous year’s series was shorter and had a reduced number of celebrity contestants taking part, it seems the BBC is gearing up for a show like no other, that’s bigger and better than all the rest. It comes after Head Judge Shirley Ballas divulged on the plans for later this year.
She told a fan on the celebrity messaging app, Cameo something she had managed to find out.
“Just a little something: I heard they’re trying to do all 13 episodes this year.
“Last time we had nine. We’re trying to get 13 shows on. I think they’re getting used to the Covid thing,” she wrote.
To add to this, an unnamed source commented: “That Strictly was able to go ahead at all last year, given that it’s not exactly easy to pull off a dance routine two metres apart, is a testament to the production team.
“In 2020, concessions had to be made to get the green light. Now the team know they can put on a series in a time of Covid, and they have more time to plan, they’re determined to avoid compromising the show,” The Sun reported.
Express.co.uk has contacted the BBC for a response and clarification on the claims.
More to follow…
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