What time is Strictly Come Dancing on BBC One tonight?

STRICTLY Come Dancing 2020 is well under way as the stars attempt to dance their way to victory during the coveted live shows.

As the 13th series of Strictly reaches Week Five tonight (Saturday, November 21, 2020) how can fans watch the show, what time is it on and which celebrities remain in the competition?

What time is Strictly Come Dancing on BBC One tonight?

Strictly 2020 competition is hotting up with Week Five set to see the dancefloor light up once more as celebrities battle to wow the judges.

Week Five will air on BBC One tonight (Saturday 21 November) at 7:15 pm.

The results show will also air on the channel tomorrow (Sunday 22 November) at 7:25pm.

How many episodes are there this series?

The series began on October 24 — a month later than planned. 

The first of nine live shows premiered on Saturday 24th October, 2020 December.

There have been three live shows, with Week Five due to air tonight (November 21, 2020).

The grand final will air on December 19, 2020- just under a week before Christmas.

Who's in the lineup?

Strictly returns every Sunday night to reveal who has been knocked out of the competition.

So far three celebrities of the 12 competing have left Strictly:

  • Week Four – The Wanted star Max George
  • Week Three – American football player Jason Bell
  • Week Two – Former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith

Olympic boxing hero Nicola Adams had to withdraw from the show after her dance partner, Katya Jones, tested positive for coronavirus.

The eight remaining contestants still left in the show are:

  • YouTuber and singer HRVY
  • Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing
  • Radio 1 DJ Clara Amfo
  • Comedian Bill Bailey
  • Actress Caroline Quentin
  • Good Morning Britain presenter Ranvir Singh
  • Inspirational former Royal Marine JJ Chalmers
  • EastEnders star Maisie Smith

How can I watch on TV?

Strictly returns tonight (Saturday, November 21, 2020) at 7.15pm on BBC One.

The results show is then on Sunday (November 22, 2020) at 7.25pm on BBC One.

If you miss it, don't worry: you can catch up on all episodes via the BBC iPlayer.

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