Strictly Come Dancing is a famous British dance competition television show that has been broadcast since 2004. The show pairs celebrities with professional dancers, who then compete in a series of ballroom and Latin dance routines. Couples perform in front of a studio audience and their performance is judged by a panel of experts. The couple with the lowest combined score from the judges and public vote will be eliminated each week until a winner is crowned.
The show became a cultural phenomenon in the United Kingdom and spawned several international versions, including the popular American version called Dancing with the Stars. The show’s format combines elements of competition, entertainment and reality television, and has been praised for its high production values and engaging performances.
Strictly Come Dancing also had a positive impact on the popularity of dancing in the UK, with many people taking up dancing lessons through the show. The show has won many awards over the years, including several National Television Awards and a BAFTA Award.
Strictly Come Dancing is a British television dance competition where celebrities are paired with professional dancers to compete in ballroom and Latin dance routines.
Each week, the couples perform a dance routine in front of a live studio audience and a panel of expert judges. The couples are scored by the judges and the public can also vote for their favorite couples. The couple with the lowest combined score from the judges and the public vote is eliminated each week.
Strictly Come Dancing airs on BBC One in the UK. International viewers can check their local TV listings for air times and channels.
Yes, viewers can vote for their favorite couples via phone or online voting during the live shows.
Tickets for the live shows are usually available through a lottery system on the BBC website.