'Strictly Come Dancing's Bruno Tonioli Hints He May Follow Len Goodman In Quitting The Show

Bruno has been with the show for 14 years.

Hot on the heels of Len Goodman’s departure from ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ at the end of this series, ebullient judge Bruno Tonioli has revealed he is in two minds whether to return next year.

The Sun reports that Bruno confesses himself exhausted from his trans-Atlantic duties, which mean flying between here and the US, where he is a judge on ‘Dancing With The Stars’.

<strong>Bruno has hinted he may follow Len Goodman off the 'Strictly' dancefloor</strong>
Bruno has hinted he may follow Len Goodman off the 'Strictly' dancefloor

Len Goodman previously announced he’d be quitting the British show at the end of this year for the same reason.

Bruno, who has already ruled himself out of the Head Judge role following Len’s departure, has told the Express he’s “keeping his options open”, saying: “I don’t know. They have to ask me first and then I’ll think about. Nothing is for granted in show business.

“I never sign for more than a year.”

Other names in the mix to replace Len include Karen Hardy, Anton du Beke, Brendan Cole and former judge Arlene Phillips.