The 55-year-old, who is partnered up with dancing pro Oti Mabuse, wowed viewers last weekend with their American Smooth.
The week before they even got Janet Jackson’s approval after performing their Couple’s Choice to Sugar Hill Gang’s Rappers Delight.
Much to the judges’ surprise, Bill’s dancing ability has gone from strength to strength, and he has bossed every routine thrown at him.
It may be the end of Strictly 2020 next week, but that’s only the beginning for Bill as the comedian is going straight on tour.
When is Bill Bailey on tour?
Bill is not only doing a special London Christmas tour, but he is also hitting the road in 2021.
His West End theatre run titled Christmas Larks, will begin on December 28, until December 31.
He will then take New Year’s Day off and the tour will continue from January 2 until January 10.
All of the shows will be held at The Lyceum Theatre. You can book tickets and see the specific dates here.
Bill will begin his Arena Tour in December 2021, which he has called Route to Normal.
According to his website, the actor talks about life before the coronavirus pandemic.
‘In Bill’s newest show, Bill ponders this and other questions that this moment in history has thrown up, and tries to see a way through the strange unreality of our new world,’ his website reads.
‘Tracing lines through chaotic moments in history, Bill seeks out parallels where human resilience and our ability to endure has got us through times of strife.’
Bill will start his tour at Plymouth Pavilions on December 21 2021, he will then travel to Bournmouth, Leeds, Cardiff, Hull, Manchester, Newcastle, Birmingham, Nottingham, Glasgow and Aberdeen.
His last tour date of December is at P&J Live in Aberdeen on December 30.
What instruments does Bill Bailey play in his tour?
Bill can play a number of instruments and he regularly includes them in his stand-up routines.
His gigs feature music genres ranging from jazz, rock, classical and drum ‘n’ bass.
He can play the guitar, kazoo, bongos and the clarinet.
Strictly airs tonight at 7.15pm on BBC One.