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Are today's celebrities fleet of foot or do they have two left feet? That's the question Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman will be finding the answer to when they present "Strictly Come Dancing".
The costumes are ready, the shoes have been polished and the ballroom eagerly awaits, as BAFTA award-winning Strictly Come Dancing returns to BBC One.
Join presenters Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman as they host the star-studded launch of the 14th series and bring back some sparkle into Saturday and Sunday nights.
Mission Fabulous is nearly complete as the class of 2016 join the presenters, judges and professional dancers on the red carpet and head into the world famous Strictly ballroom for the very first time.
Tonight the 15 celebrity contestants will discover which professional dancer they will be paired with as their journey towards the famous Glitter Ball Trophy begins. Once the pairings have been announced the celebrities and professionals will join together and take to the dancefloor for the very first time for an eye-catching group performance.
The out of this world judging panel of Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood and, in his final year, Len Goodman will be presiding over matters as Strictly's fabulous four get their first sneak peek of the class of 2016 on the dancefloor - although tonight they will be leaving their scoring paddles at home.
As well as all this there will be musical performances from Olly Murs and Rebecca Ferguson, as Strictly Come Dancing 2016 blasts off in style.
Get ready to staaart dancing! The Bafta award-winning Strictly Come Dancing Live shows begin as Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present the first episode of this weekend's dancing double bill.
Three weeks ago Mission Fabulous touched down and 15 celebrities stepped onto the red carpet. Tonight, after practicing their routines with their partners, six couples will dance in the Strictly ballroom for the very first time hoping to make a lasting impact on our famous four judges: Len Goodman, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood.
The judges will score each couple, but there will be no farewells this week as the scores will be carried over to next weekend when viewers will get the chance to vote for their favourites. The remaining nine couples will be dancing tomorrow evening.
The quest for Glitterball glory has begun!
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman are back with the second part of this weekend's live Strictly Come Dancing spectacular.
Last night the first six couples shone, sparkled and spun across the Strictly dancefloor and tonight it's time for the remaining nine shining stars to take to the floor for their first dances and join the Strictly constellation in the second of this weekend's dancing double bill.
Over the past three weeks there has been blood, sweat and blisters in the training rooms, but now the wait is finally over for the remaining nine celebrities. But who will take us straight to ballroom heaven and who will come crashing down to earth?
Judges Len Goodman, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood will be on hand to critique the celebrities and their professional dance partners, but no-one will leave the competition tonight. The Judges will score each couple and these scores will be carried over to next week when vote lines will open and the viewer's get their say on their favourite couple.
In addition to all this, tonight's show will kick off with a spectacular group performance, where the Professional Dancers will be accompanied by many generations of dancers who will fill the floor and start Saturday's show in style.
Strictly Come Dancing 2016 has landed!
The race to become the Strictly Come Dancing 2016 champion gets serious as our 15 celebrities perform live to keep their place in the competition.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman host, as our couples hope to dazzle the fab four - judges Len Goodman, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood. The Judges will score each duo out of 10 and this will be added to their scores from last week's spectacular opening weekend.
The vote lines will then open so viewers at home can have their say on their favourite pair. Sadly we will have to say goodbye to one couple as someone will leave the competition on Sunday night's results show and no one wants to be the first contestant to leave.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman host the first results show of Strictly Come Dancing 2016, where tonight the first couple will be leaving the competition.
The celebrities and their professional dance partners have done all they can to impress Len Goodman, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood over the first two live weekends. Now the two couples with the lowest combined judges' scores and viewer votes will do battle on the ballroom in the dreaded dance-off. The awesome foursome will then have to decide who stays and which couple will be the first ones to say goodbye.
The results show will open with a very special group Tango from the professional dancers and will the also see the welcome return of Len's Lens, as he analyses the details of Saturday night's performances. In addition to all this there will also be music from legendary singer-songwriter Barry Gibb, who will perform in the studio.
Lights, camera, action! Hollywood comes to Borehamwood, as Strictly Come Dancing glides into the first theme-week of the series and Movie Week arrives in the ballroom.
The celebrities and professionals will open the show in spectacular fashion in a special tribute to Rogers and Hammerstein, as they celebrate the golden age of musical movies in a magical group routine.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman will host proceedings as the remaining 14 couples get ready for their close-ups and perform routines inspired by some of the greatest films of all time. The remaining couples will be hoping to impress their harshest critics, judges Len Goodman, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood.
The judges will score each performance out of ten before the vote lines open so viewers at home can have their say.
Sadly another couple have to leave the competition on Sunday night's results show - and no one wants to wrap their Strictly experience early.
Last night saw the glitz and glamour of Hollywood come to Strictly Come Dancing as the celebrity dancers and their professional partners gave their best movie inspired performances.
Tonight's show opens with a very unique, high-tech routine before Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman host the results show as the 14 remaining couples hear their fate. The public votes will be added to the judges' scores, leaving the two couples with the lowest combined scores to face each other in the dreaded dance off. The judges' will then have to decide who to save and who to send home.
There will also be a very special musical performance from Alfie Boe and Michael Ball, plus Lens' Lens will be on hand to examine Saturday night's performances.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present, as the 13 remaining celebrities continue in the race to be crowned Strictly Come Dancing champion 2016. So far two couples have left the competition and tonight the remaining dancing duos will perform a selection of dazzling ballroom and tantalising Latin routines live.
The pairs must impress the ballroom bigwigs, Len Goodman, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood, who will be watching their every move before passing their verdicts.
The vote lines will then open for viewers to cast their votes, deciding who will dance for survival on Sunday's Results show.
The time has come for a third couple to leave Strictly Come Dancing, as Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present the results of last night's public vote and the judges scores.
The votes have been counted and the two couples at the bottom of the leader board must perform in the dreaded dance-off to save their place in the competition.
The awesome foursome of Len Goodman, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood will then decide which dancing duo will be saved and quickstep into next week, leaving the other couple to waltz out of the competition.
Tonight's show will open with the professional dancers performing a group routine to classic tracks from James Brown, while this weekend's musical performance comes from the legendary Madness.
Lens' Lens will also again be back to take a look at Saturday night's routines.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman invite you to join them for another evening of glitter and glamour. The competition intensifies as our 11 remaining couples hit the dance floor and do ballroom battle to stay in the running for the glitterball trophy. Voting lines will open at the end of the show. Once the judges' scores have been added to viewer votes, the two lowest-scoring couples will perform again in the dreaded dance-off in results show.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman welcome you to another exciting results show full of dance drama and a performance from superstar LeAnn Rimes.
The judges' scores and public votes have been combined, and the two couples with the lowest score will dance off against each other before 11 couples become 10. Who will survive another week and who will be cha cha cha-ing their way off Strictly?
Strictly does Halloween! Get ready for the fright of your life and join Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman as our 10 remaining couples hit the dance floor, for a spooktacular ballroom battle.
Pumpkins at the ready as Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman welcome you to a results show full of freaky Halloween delights. The judges' scores and public votes have been combined and the two couples with the lowest score will dance off against each other, before Halloween claims its next victim and 10 couples become nine. Laura Mvula will be awakening the werewolves inside us with her new track Ready or Not Troy, and don't miss our professionals as they deliver a bewitching group routine. So which couples will be treated to another week on Strictly and who will be spirited away from the competition for good.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present live from the Strictly ballroom as the remaining nine couples compete to lift the highly coveted Glitter Ball trophy. Each dancing duo will take to the floor in a bid to impress the judges in the studio and the audience at home.
The time has come for another dancing duo to leave the competition, as Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman reveal which two couples face this week's dance off in Strictly Come Dancing - The Results.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present Strictly Come Dancing, as the battle of the ballroom intensifies.
The eight remaining couples will each take to the floor in a bid to impress the judges in the studio and the viewers at home.
This week the stakes are even higher, as each couple are not only dancing to stay in the competition but also for the chance to dance on one of the world's most iconic dancefloors when Strictly hits the road and heads to the Blackpool Tower Ballroom next weekend.
Once the judging panel of Strictly royalty - Len Goodman, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood - have given their scores, the public will have the chance to cast their votes.
The two couples with the lowest combined judges' scores and viewer votes will have to face the dreaded dance-off on Sunday's Results show.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman welcome viewers to another exciting results show full of dance drama. Eight couples have danced their best to win a coveted place at the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool. It's now decision time, as only seven will make it through automatically and two couples will find themselves in the dreaded dance-off. And for Remembrance Sunday, we have a unique performance to mark the lifelong love of a wonderful couple. Plus Andre Rieu brings a very special version of Hallelujah to the Strictly ballroom.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman invite viewers to join them for a memorable show at the historic Blackpool Tower Ballroom as the remaining seven celebrities battle it out on the world-famous dance floor. The show opens with a special Strictly performance from the professional dancers and celebrities, inspired by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. Voting lines open at the end of the show. Once the judges' scores have been added to viewer votes, the two lowest-scoring couples will perform again in the dreaded dance-off in the results show.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman welcome viewers to another exciting results show from the world-famous Blackpool Tower Ballroom. The judges' scores and public votes have been combined, and the two couples with the lowest score dance off against each other, before seven couples become six. Rick Astley performs a track from his new album and Simple Minds perform their classic hit, Don't You Forget About Me.
Following last weekend's show from the sensational Blackpool Tower ballroom, Strictly Come Dancing returns back home to Elstree as the six remaining couples take to the floor.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present, as the battle for the Glitterball trophy really heats up as the remaining couples dance to impress the ballroom bigwigs of Len Goodman, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood with their Ballroom and Latin routines as they face another dance.
Plus after performing their individual routines, all six couples will dance a Cha Cha at the same time in the Cha Cha Challenge, which is brand new for 2016 and is where everyone will be hoping to impress the judges for valuable extra points. The leaderboard could be turned upside down at this crucial stage of the competition.
Once the couples have performed their routine and taken part in the Cha Cha Challenge, the voting lines will open and it will be up to the public to decide which two couples must face each other, and the judges, to dance for their survival in Sunday's Results Show.
There will be high jinks a-plenty as the Strictly Sports Day kicks off tonight's results show and the professional dancers take to the floor in a special group number. Then it's time to look back on Saturday's show and find out which couple will be waltzing into next week - and who will be taking an early bath.
The judges' scores and viewers' votes from last night have now been combined, as Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman reveal which of the six remaining couples are in the bottom two and who will have to dance for survival. The decision rests with the judge: who will they save, and who will leave the Strictly ballroom?
Amongst all the sequins and sparkle Ellie Goulding will be performing her new song Falling For You, and Len's Lens will be taking a look at the performances from Saturday night.
It is time to face the music and dance! Borehamwood meets Broadway this week as the stars bring the show tunes to Strictly. The presenters and judges will kick things off by joining the professional dancers in a spectacular opening number as the curtain is raised on Musicals Week in the ballroom.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman will then welcome the celebrities back to the floor, as the five remaining couples perform a host of dance routines from hit shows, in a bid to guarantee their spot in the competition as the final draws ever-nearer.
The remaining couples have been rehearsing all week hoping that the judges' comments will be music to their ears. Judges Len Goodman, Darcey Bussell, Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli will be ready to critique the couples before the voting lines open and the public get their chance to save their favourite couple from the dance-off.
Last night the curtain was raised on a spectacular themed week, as Strictly went to the musicals but now it is time for another couple to leave the competition. Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman reveal which of the remaining incredible couples will get an extended run through to the Semi Finals next week - and whose run will be cut short.
The public votes and judges' scores have been combined, and the two couples with the lowest scores will face each other in the dreaded dance-off - this is one encore that none of the couples want to face. Judges Len Goodman, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood will decide which dancing duo will face their final curtain call and leave the competition for good.
There will also be a very special and unmissable routine opening the show; Lens' Lens will be back to take a look at Saturday night's routines and Elaine Paige will be in the studio with a rendition of Don't Cry For Me Argentina from the musical Evita.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman invite viewers to join them for the semi-final of Strictly Come Dancing. Fifteen couples have been whittled down to just four, with each couple having to perform two dances for a chance to win a place in the Strictly grand final. Voting lines will open at the end of the show. Once the judges' scores have been added to viewer votes, the two lowest-scoring couples will perform again in the dreaded dance-off in the results show.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman welcome viewers to the semi-final results show. The judges' scores and public votes have been combined, and the two couples with the lowest scores dance off against each other, before four couple become three. Featuring a routine by the professional dancers and a musical performance by Sting.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present the Strictly Come Dancing grand final. The three remaining couples perform three dances as they battle to be crowned champions of Strictly 2016. They have to deliver a showdance and reprise one of their routines from the series, chosen by the judges. In a final bid for viewer votes, each couple performs the routine they hope will secure them victory. While the judges comment on and score the performances, it is for guidance only as it's all down to the viewers' vote to decide who will be the winning couple. Plus a performance from Emeli Sande, the Strictly celebrities of 2016 return for one last group performance and Strictly says goodbye to head judge Len Goodman in the most spectacular fashion.
Craig Revel Horwood(Judge)
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