For the first time, studio audiences are banned from dancing in studios due to lockdowns

For the first time, studio audiences are banned from dancing in studios due to lockdowns

Strictly Come Dancing was forced to ban studio audiences for the first time in show history due to the lockdown.

As the new rules go into effect on Thursday, tickets will be canceled for anyone who expects to see the show live in November.

The show has confirmed that it will not sell more tickets to live shows “until we make sure it is safe and compliant”.

A spokesman said: “In light of the new lockdown measures coming into effect in England from Thursday, November 5th, we are saddened to announce that we will not be getting a live studio audience for Strictly Come Dancing in November.

From now on the contestants will dance to an empty studio

“Ticket owners have been notified.

“No tickets will be sent for December shows until we are sure it is safe and appropriate to welcome the audience back, so keep checking back for updates.

“We will continue to follow government guidelines.”

Jacques Smith and Anton Du Beck received the chop last week

She added: “We understand how frustrating this can be, but we hope to see some of you later in this series.”

This week is Movie Week on the show, and last week Jacques Smith gets the chop with partner Anton du Beck.

Max George and partner Diane Buswell will pay tribute to Simpsons, who played Marge and Homer for the couple’s choice dance.

Jamie Laing and Karen Haver, who escaped the bottom two last week, perform the song Zero to Hero from the Disney movie Hercules.

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Maisie Smith and Gorka Marquez perform an American smooth dance from Frozen II, while Nicola Adams and Katya Jones live in Grease Lightnin.

* Strictly Come Dancing BBC One airs Saturday night at 7.25pm

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