The Strictly Come Dancing 2020 live shows begin tonight, where 12 celebs will be waltzing onto your screen in a bid to win the coveted Glitterball trophy.
Last week’s launch show saw the celebs paired up with their professional dancers.
But who will be judging the contestants’ high kicks and spins on the Strictly ballroom this year?
Who are the judges on Strictly Come Dancing 2020?
The Strictly Come Dancing 2019 judges will be returning this year.
Shirley Ballas is back as Head Judge.
She is joined by Craig Revel-Horwood, who has been a judge since the first series of the BBC dancing show.
Motsi Mabuse joined the judging panel last year, and after winning the nation’s hearts, she is back for another series.
As there are only three judges this year, the scores will be out of 30 not 40.
The trio will now be sat in separate pods so that they can socially distance.
Hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman have returned, while Zoe Ball and Rylan Clark-Neal will host on spin-off show Strictly: It Takes Two.
Will Bruno Tonioli be a judge on the show?
Yes and no.
Bruno Tonioli will not be appearing on the judge’s panel in the Saturday night live shows, but he will be joining by video call to give his opinion during the results shows on Sundays, according to RadioTimes.
The flamboyant judge lives in America and the travel restrictions in place means he can’t pop between countries as he has done before.
The Strictly Come Dancing live shows begin tonight on BBC One at 7.25pm.
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