Strictly Come Dancing’s skilled dancers are reportedly being requested to make an enormous private sacrifice to make sure the BBC present can go forward safely this 12 months.
It has been reported that the dance present’s professionals shall be heading for a six-week lockdown forward of the sequence begins amid coronavirus restrictions.
This might imply that they could possibly be with out their household and buddies till early September, if the lockdown will get the inexperienced gentle from present bosses.
After this, the professionals will then be requested to kind bubbles with their celeb companions in order that the Beeb’s flagship present is protected against the unfold of Covid-19.
Chatting with The Sun, a present insider mentioned: “These are unprecedented instances.
“The crew and dancers are nonetheless reeling at being informed how excessive the measures should be. They’ve left one lockdown for one more.”
The insider went on to say that it’s going to not be “straightforward being separated for that size of time,” from their family members.
The dancers are “decided to convey it again to our screens,” as they “love the present,” so will undertake the hardship in order that the sequence can go forward.
It has been reported that the dancers shall be staying collectively in a London lodge, the place they’ll rehearse their group numbers.
They’ll then be taken to the studios at Elstree in Borehamwood, in order that their routines may be filmed forward of the sequence.
The dancers will then be requested to isolate at house earlier than being launched to their celeb companions.
The insider added that the group shall be examined for the virus “continually” and that the lockdown “solely impacts those that have to be inside two metres of one another.”
The BBC has already introduced that the brand new sequence will begin on October 24, which is a month behind it is common opening night time.
It is going to then run for 9 weeks as an alternative of the standard 13, with a lowered variety of celebrities being concerned this 12 months.
It has not been determined whether or not a dwell viewers shall be allowed within the studio, with a BBC spokesman admitting: “Getting manufacturing up and working safely is our precedence.”
Do you’ve got a narrative to promote? Get in contact with us at email@example.com or name us direct 0207 29 33033.