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What time is Strictly: It Takes Two on tonight and who is hosting it this year?

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Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse on Strictly It Takes Two last year. (Picture: BBC)

Strictly: It Takes Two is our daily does of gossip from behind the scenes of Strictly Come Dancing and with the new series underway it’s almost time for the bonus show to return to our screens.

Giving a run down of all the latest headlines, gossip and goings on from the behind-the-scenes of this year’s Strictly, the show is back for it’s 18th series this year.

So when can you watch the new series of Strictly: It Takes Two on TV and who is going to host the show this year?

What time is Strictly: It Takes Two on tonight?

The brand new series of Strictly: It Takes Two is back tonight, Monday October 26, at 6.30pm on BBC Two. 

On every night this week, you can expect to see guests including Ian Waite giving his thoughts on the couples’ training progress and costume designer Vicky Gill sharing a preview of the celebrity’s outfits for Saturday’s show.

Gethin Jones will also be appearing on the show later this week to give a sneak peek at this week’s Strictly rehearsals.

Who is hosting Strictly: It Takes Two this year?

Presenter Zoe Ball is returning as a host on Strictly: It Takes Two this year, as is Rylan Clark-Neal who made his debut on the show last year.

Sharing a picture on social media of his and Zoe’s socially distanced return to the It Takes Two studio Rylan wrote: ‘We’re back and we can’t wait to see you next week’.

Zoe shared the same photo, announcing that the pair had started filming again for the show: ‘Back to the glitterdome for It Takes Two,’ she wrote.

Watch Strictly: It Takes Two tonight, Monday October 26, at 6.30pm on BBC Two.

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