STRICTLY Come Dancing has commenced with its first live show, which saw all 15 celebrity contestants hit the ballroom dance floor to impress the judges.
With week one behind us, fans are eager to know all about Saturday’s show and what time they can catch the dancing competition back on BBC One. Here’s all you need to know….
When is Strictly Come Dancing on BBC One?
Strictly Come Dancing will continue with Week 2 on Saturday, September 28, 2019.
Furthermore, it’s been confirmed that the show has been given a timeslot set for 6.40pm, which is slightly earlier than last week’s run, which kicked off at 7pm.
The episode is expected to run for a whopping 2h10mins, according to BBC’s television guide, as the celebrity couples return to the ballroom for a sensational night of dance.
Who’s where on the scoreboard?
- Kelvin & Oti – 32 Points
- Karim & Amy – 31 Points
- Michelle & Giovanni – 30 Points
- Dev & Diane – 30 Points
- Saffron & AJ – 27 Points
- Will & Janette – 26 Points
- Emma & Anton – 23 Points
- Mike & Katya – 22 Points
- Alex & Neil – 21 Points
- Catherine & Johannes – 20 Points
- Emma & Aljaz – 19 Points
- David & Nadiya – 17 Points
- Anneka & Kevin – 14 Points
- Chris & Karen – 13 Points
- James & Luba – 11 Points
Who won Strictly Come Dancing in 2018?
TV journalist Stacey Dooley and her partner Kevin Clifton were crowned the winners following a dramatic final on December 15, 2018.
Each pairing danced three times on the night, with Stacey and Kevinblowing away the opposition.
The duo was overcome with emotion immediately after their win, with Kevin reduced to tears, as was his ex-wife Karen.
Both Stacey and Kevin paid tribute to each other and have since become a couple.
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What does the winner of Strictly Come Dancing get?
Most importantly the winner gets the coveted Glitterball trophy.
However, each star also gets £25,000 for signing up.
If they manage to stay on the dancefloor until the end of October, this rises to £40,000.
Any star that makes it to the quarter-finals sees their fee jump to £60,000.
Those who make the semi-finals will see a climb to £75,000.
While the Strictly winner will be paid £100,000.