A lot to the enjoyment of fans, the BBC affirmed a week ago that Strictly Come Dancing would be returning for its eighteenth arrangement in 2020. In any case, the show is going to look totally different, with a later beginning date and less weeks on air. In any case, those probably won’t be the main changes to the current year’s arrangement, as reports have developed that Strictly will present same sex couples in 2020.
There’s been an immense buzz encompassing LGBTQ portrayal on Strictly for a long time now and, in front of a year ago’s show in September, the BBC discharged an announcement saying: “Carefully Come Dancing is a comprehensive show and we are pleased to have included same sex moving among the expert artists in bunch numbers in past arrangement. We are totally open to the possibility of including same sex pairings between our famous people and expert artists later on, should the open door emerge.”
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Soon thereafter, experts Johannes Radebe and Graziano Di Prima left a mark on the world when they played out the show’s first full everyday practice with an equivalent sex couple (already, same-sex proficient pairings have been included in bunch exhibitions). Radebe and Di Prima’s move was esteemed an express triumph (short a couple of protests from intolerant watchers) and left fans considerably progressively sharp for same-sex couplings turning into a perpetual element on the show.
Universal versions of the big name moving rivalry have just presented same-sex couplings, incorporating Dancing With The Stars Italy and Denmark (in 2019, a male couple won the Danish arrangement), it’s genuinely time that the UK showed some signs of life.
In May 2020,The Sun revealed that Strictly makers were making moves to get an equivalent sex couple to the UK appear. “The arrangement to present an equivalent sex couple was made after ITV dove in,” a source told the paper, alluding to the choice made by Dancing On Ice managers to combine up previous Steps star Ian H Watkins with Matt Evers in 2019. The source proceeded: “A significant number of Strictly’s stars have approached makers to cast an equivalent sex couple for as far back as not many years and it’s been concluded this will be the year. Johannes left a mark on the world with Graziano in the last arrangement by turning into the main same-sex artists to perform and he’s made no mystery of the fact that he’d be so quick to take on the job.”