Although the series started later than usual due to the epidemic, and has undergone some changes – from smaller studio audiences than usual, Bruno Tonioli has disappeared from the judging panel due to travel restrictions – it is proving to be as popular as ever with the show. Boris Johnson was cut in his prime to entertain the audience on Saturday night.
This week sees the first Sunday show of the series – but what time should you tune in, and someone be removed?
Here’s what you need to know …
How much time do you have to dance Strictly Cum tonight?
Strictly Come Dancing is on BBC One on Sunday at 7.15pm.
The show will run for 45 minutes before the next installment of Top Gear at 8 p.m.
If you miss tonight’s installment, you’ll find it via BBC iPlayer – where you can also watch the first two shows of the new series.
Will it be abolished from tonight?
Sadly, tonight’s first couple of this year will see the dancefloor say goodbye.
As always, the results of the public vote will be linked to the judges’ scores from the first two weeks, which the two couples put in to survive the dance.
Both couples will reshape their routine, with dancers voting for the pair they want to keep in the competition based on their dance performance.
The Elimination will be accompanied by a performance by Sam Smith on Sunday night’s show, as well as pro dancers who regularly descend to the floor of the group.
However Jackie Smith and Anton du Beck finished at the bottom of the leaderboard, while their samba made them just 12 points from the judges.
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