How long is Strictly on tonight 2023
What time do the Strictly 2023 live shows start and finish? – Strictly Come Dancing goes live on Saturday, September 23, at 6.15pm on BBC one and BBC iPlayer. The show is a whopping two hours and twenty minutes long, ending at 8:35pm. Strictly Come Dancing continues on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
How much do Strictly winners get paid
What does the winner of Strictly Come Dancing get? – First and foremost, the couple that wins Strictly Come Dancing gets to take home the Glitterball Trophy, Or at least, a small replica of the glitzy one we see on TV. Rose and Giovanni took home the trophy last year(Picture: BBC/Guy Levy) Ore Oduba who scooped the trophy in 2016 told This Morning ‘I only got five seconds with it to lift it and then they just whisked it off.’ They do get a smaller trophy though, which he says he put ‘somewhere loud and proud but inside the house.’ When it comes to money, it’s been reported in the past that each celebrity is paid a cool £25,000 for signing up to the show – although this has never been officially confirmed.
- If they make it to the end of October, they reportedly get another pay increase.
- It’s understood that contestants get another bump as they hit the quarter-finals, and again if they reach the semi-finals.
On top of these fees, any participants in the Strictly tour will be able to use their time in the line-up to bring home even more proverbial bacon. Meanwhile, according to the Daily Mail, the professional dancers reportedly get paid a £50,000 flat-fee per series.