Bruno Tonioli

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.
Due to travel restrictions, it's unclear if Bruno will be able to fulfill his role as a judge on this year's series.
He and Oti Mabuse performed the same dance earlier in the series, which was branded "filth" by Craig Revel Horwood.
The long-serving judge has been with Strictly since it began, but feels there's one thing that's been amiss this year.
Craig Revel Horwood finally found his 10 paddle, but Bruno Tonioli's comments caused upset with viewers.