For many individuals in the UK, Strictly Come Dancing marks the beginning of pre-winter. Be that as it may, with the COVID-19 pandemic influencing such a significant number of exemplary TV appears, watchers have been left pondering, will Strictly Come Dancing return in 2020? The show has been portrayed as the gem in the BBC’s crown and between the live crowd, superstar couples, and judges, it has such a large number of parts. Be that as it may, will it need to change to make up for the lockdown leads or will they simply drop everything together?
I connected with a delegate for Strictly Come Dancing at the BBC to inquire as to whether it’ll must be changed in any capacity and on the off chance that it’ll be returning in 2020. They reacted by saying: “We will keep on looking into all creations dependent upon the situation and will keep on following the most recent news and guidance from the Foreign Office, World Health Organization, and Public Health England.”
There’s been no official affirmation from Strictly Come Dancing or the BBC with regards to whether changes will be made to the show’s organization. In any case, on April 28, the BBC’s chief of substance Charlotte Moore implied that could return without a studio crowd, the Radio Times reports. Talking on aa virtual board conversation as a component of the Edinburgh TV Festival, Moore stated:
“The other thing I would state is [people think] in the event that it is gleaming floor, it needs a crowd of people, and I don’t feel that is fundamentally obvious. At the point when you see something like RuPaul’s Drag Race, which is a major glossy floor ability rivalry with a wide range of catwalks, singing, moving, impressions – it never has a group of people. The crowd is the four adjudicators and I don’t think it experiences that by any means. I think it is a splendid show!”
What’s more, one of the most key individuals in the Strictly family has additionally spoken about what may happen come harvest time 2020. In a meeting with OK Magazine judge Craig Revel Horwood stated, “I realize the BBC will move paradise and earth to get it going. Regardless of whether the lockdown is, God deny, still set up by at that point, there are ways you can do it without a group of people and on constrained staffing.” He appeared to be unimaginably sure that, whatever occurs, the creation group behind Strictly will give a valiant effort to put it on screens. He even included, “I truly need Simon Cowell to be a contender. I figure the country would warm to him, and he’s not doing The X Factor this year so it’s ideal planning.”