Bruno Tonioli 'Sad And Frustrated' At Strictly Exit As He Gives Verdict On Replacement Anton Du Beke
The judge is unable to be part of the upcoming series due to international travel restrictions.
Craig Revel Horwood Jokes 'Diva' Bruno Tonioli 'Threatened To Kill Him' While Filming New Driving Show
The Strictly Come Dancing judges teamed up for ITV's Great British Road Trip, and it sounds like hilarity ensued.
He'll be taking over from Bruno Tonioli on the panel this year.
The good news is that the Head Judge has promised "13 weeks of pure joy".
Craig Revel Horwood Teases What We Can Expect From Strictly This Year (And There’s Reason To Get Excited)
The pandemic saw huge changes to last year's series of the BBC dance show.
While trick-or-treating is out of question for many of us, these stars are still helping us get in the spirit.
We've got answers about social distancing, missing judges and whether there'll be a studio audience.
The BBC series will return to our screens in 2020, albeit with a few tweaks due to the coronavirus crisis.
Due to his commitments in the US, he'll not be able to appear in the studio this year.
"I love Bruno for the entertainment value, but nothing else," he said.