Is Strictly results filmed on the same night
Filming takes a LONG time – It’s not exactly a secret that while Saturday night’s show goes out live, the results programme that airs on Sunday is actually pre-recorded. This means that audience members are in the studio for a long time (upwards of five hours) as both shows are filmed one after the other.
A pre-requisite of being in the audience is that you must hand your phone in before so no spoilers can be photographed or recorded, so you slightly lose your concept of time. Have you been sat for two hours? Four? Who knows? The upside is you get to watch a load of amazing dancing and the interactions between the contestants, pros, judges and production staff, which is very cool.
Strictly also provides a can of water and some biscuits for each audience member to enjoy in the break between the two shows while votes are counted, so that helps. BBC
Who is favourite to win Strictly Come Dancing
Strictly Come Dancing is back for another year, with 15 new celebrities vying for the Glitterball trophy. The action kicks off with a launch show on Saturday night (September 16) on BBC One, which will see the return of hosts Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly, as well as judge Anton Du Beke on the panel alongside Motsi Mabuse, Craig Revel Horwood and head judge Shirley Ballas.
This year’s line-up includes soap actors, a legendary newsreader and a former Love Island contest and their professional partners. Entertainer Les Dennis, former tennis player Annabel Croft, former Coronation Street star Ellie Leach and Waterloo Road actor Adam Thomas are among those taking to the ballroom this series.
Try MEN Premium for FREE by clicking here for no ads, fun puzzles and brilliant new features. Newsreader Krishnan Guru-Murthy, actor Nigel Harman, EastEnders star Bobby Brazier, Paralympic Champion Jody Cundy, radio and TV presenter Nikita Kanda and former Love Island star and documentary maker Zara McDermott also join the line-up.
- Meanwhile presenter Angela Scanlon, stand-up comedian and radio presenter Eddie Kadi, actor and West End star Layton Williams, journalist and presenter Angela Rippon and actress Amanda Abbington will also be putting their dancing skills to the test.
- Join our WhatsApp Top Stories and Breaking News group by clicking this link Now, the experts at Paddy Power have shared the latest odds on who will win the upcoming series.
Topping the list is Bobby Brazier, the son of the late Jade Goody and TV presenter Jeff Brazier. Strictly Come Dancing’s Bobby Brazier (Image: BBC/Ray Burmiston) Most likely to win is lead Channel 4 news presenter Krishnan Guru-Murthy, with odds of 66/1. The full list is as follows:
11/4 Bobby Brazier 9/2 Angela Scanlon 5/1 Layton Williams 6/1 Nigel Harman 7/1 Adam Thomas 9/1 Zara McDermott 10/1 Nikita Kanda 10/1 Ellie Leach 12/1 Angela Rippon 14/1 Annabel Croft 20/1 Eddie Kadi 25/1 Amanada Abbington 25/1 Jody Cundy 33/1 Les Dennis 66/1 Krishnan Guru-Murthy
Following the news that Craig Revel Horwood is planning to retire from Strictly Come Dancing in the next couple of years, Paddy Power has also stacked up the odds on who could replace him. Dancer, choreographer and former Hollyoaks actor AJ Pritchard has emerged as a frontrunner to replace him on the judging panel, at 2/1 that he takes a seat alongside Anton Du Beke, Shirley Ballas and Motsi Mabuse.
Kiwi ballroom dancer Brendan Cole is 5/2 to waltz his way back onto the show, while Ashley Banjo (9/2) and Arlene Phillips (5/1)are also in contention for the sought-after seat. A reunion for Bruno Tonioli is priced at 12/1, while a return for Ann Widdecombe is priced at lengthy 500/1. Craig’s departure by 2025 is more than likely at 1/4 and a public announcement on this years’ live show is also odds-on at 2/5.
Rachael Kane, spokesperson for Paddy Power, said: “Craig has been the darling of the nation for years, and he’ll be dearly missed by many when he goes, unless you’re a contestant who he’s been overly critical of – not such a small pool. “It’ll be a tough act to follow for AJ, but if he just gives a few 10s in the early weeks he’ll endear himself to the Strictly crowd pretty quickly.” Strictly Come Dancing begins at 6.35pm on BBC One on Saturday September 15.
Who is favourite to go out of Strictly
Soap star Bobby heads the market on Strictly Come Dancing betting sites as the 3/1 favourite with most UK bookmakers.
Who is the favorite in Strictly Come Dancing
Bookies have spoken and they’ve made Bobby Brazier the clear early favourite to win the new series of Strictly Come Dancing, with the soap star tipped to add ballroom glory to his National Television Awards win. EastEnders stars have a habit of doing rather well on Strictly with Kara Tointon and Rose Ayling-Ellis winning the show and the likes of Emma Barton, Davood Ghadami also faring well on the BBC show and now, Bobby, son of Jeff Brazier and the late Jade Goody, is the one to beat in the eyes of the experts, as the clock ticks down to this year’s launch show.
After he was officially confirmed on the Strictly line-up for 2023, Bobby commented: “‘I’m so excited to be part of the Strictly line up, I can’t wait to start training like a professional dancer and adding a few moves to my locker. I’m looking forward to performing in-front of everyone, it’s going to be so much fun!” READ MORE: Helen Skelton prevents Strictly ‘spoiler’ as contestant lets slip key information Before he’s even set foot in the BBC ballroom, Bobby a lready has one win to his name this year, after winning the Rising Star accolade at the NTAs in London, thanks to his role as Freddie Slater on EastEnders.
And he is the 3/1 favourite to win with bookies BetVictor, ahead of the broadcast of the pre-recorded Strictly launch on Saturday, September 16. His nearest rival is stage star Layton Williams on 9/2, with former EastEnders actor Nigel Harman on 5/1
Who got voted out of Strictly Week 5?
Jayde Adams Eliminated From Strictly Come Dancing 2022.