We are quite happy because Strictly Come Dancing will be returning on our TVs in just a few weeks.
Summer may officially finish on August 31 (according to the meteorological calendar), but for us, it ends the minute Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman wiggle onto the Strictly stage to the tune of the Strictly soundtrack, and we’re here to share rumours that this will happen on September 23.
Nothing says fall like slipping on a pair of cosy PJs, pouring yourself a hot chocolate, and gathering around the television to watch some British stars dance to Dave Arch and his band.
The Sun further claims that the BBC series would finish on December 16, implying that 13 weeks of dance will usher us into winter, as it normally does.
It’s no surprise, therefore, that the group is already hard at work in rehearsals, refining their skills after the whole cast was revealed.
Les Dennis was the final name announced, joining the likes of Zara McDermott and Bobby Brazier, who are reported to be the two competitors everyone wants to spin around the dance floor.
If a month is too long to wait to find out who gets paired with whom, a popular hypothesis could hold the answers.
When the Strictly team decides who should be waltzing with who, height is frequently a major factor.
Celebrities and their professional partners are frequently of comparable stature.
Given that facts, 5’10 Layton Williams might be with 6’2 Kai Widdrington or 6′ Johannes Radebe after confirming having a male partner.
Les Dennis and Dianne Buswell, Ellie Leach and Gorka Marquez, and Adam Thomas and Luba Mushtuk might be suitable matches because the man in mixed-sex marriages is generally somewhat taller than the female.
Favourites Neil Jones and Nadiya Bychkova might be with Zara and Bobby.
Nikita Kanda, Annabel Croft, Amanda Abbington, Angela Scanlon, Nigel Harman, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Eddie Kadi, and Jody Cundy round out the cast.
Angela Rippon will also be on the show, and previous participant Kaye Adams has applauded her participation.
Kaye described the addition of older participants as a “very wonderful” decision, noting that age is sometimes disregarded when discussing representation.
Source My Celebrity Life.