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What time is Strictly Come Dancing 2020 on tonight and how can I watch BBC show?

STRICTLY Come Dancing returns to our screens tonight (Saturday October 24, 2020) for the first hotly anticipated live show of 2020.

Tess Daly will front the specially social-distanced edition of the show alongside co-host Claudia Winkleman, 48.

What time is Strictly Come Dancing 2020 on tonight?

This year the celebs dancing it out in the ballroom include Jamie Laing, HRVY, Jacqui Smith, Bill Bailey, Nicola Adams and Caroline Quentin.

Having been paired up with their professional dancer in the launch show, the celebs had had just a week to rehearse before returning to the ballroom to perform live to the nation every Saturday night.

How can I watch Strictly?

Strictly will be broadcast live on BBC One from 7.25pm.

It will be available to stream on-demand through BBC iPlayer.

Will a couple be eliminated tonight?

There will be no elimination in the first week as per usual.

The first Sunday results show will be on week two which airs on Saturday, October 31.

And this year, any contestant that tests positive for coronavirus during the 2020 contest will be automatically eliminated from the contest.

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