Strictly Come Dancing 2022: When and where to watch? All details inside

This evening, Strictly Come Dancing will make its long-awaited return, bringing the glitter and glamor back to our television screens in a new series. Fans have been waiting to find out which professional dancer this year’s contestants will be matched with since the first celebrity contestant was revealed in early August.

The debut program was scheduled to air on Saturday, September 17, but it was postponed due to the Queen’s death, and the show’s launch fell within the time of national mourning. It has been pushed to air this Friday, with the first live concert taking place this weekend.

Ellie Taylor, Ellie Simmonds, Fleur East, Helen Skelton, Hamza Yassin, James Bye, Kaye Adams, Jayde Adams, Kym Marsh, Molly Rainford, Matt Goss, Richie Anderson, Tyler West, Tony Adams, and Will Mellor are among the notable names. taking part in the 2022 series.

What time is Strictly Come Dancing 2022 tonight?

Strictly Come Dancing will premiere on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on Friday, September 23 at 7 pm The programs will air until 8:50 pm Tess Daly and, Claudia Winkleman will return to host as the 15 new celebrities are paired with professional partners and the four new dancers got unveiled. Rose and Giovanni, singer John Legend, and the pros will all perform.

Strictly Come Dancing fans won’t have to wait long for the live events, which will begin on Saturday (September 24) night.

The first live event will begin at 6.45 pm and run until 9.10 pm on BBC One, with all 15 celebrities attempting to impress judges Motsi Mabuse, Craig Revel Horwood, Anton Du Beke, and the head judge Shirley Ballas.


  1. What is Strictly Come Dancing?
    Strictly Come Dancing, is a dance competition on television based in Britain in which celebrities compete against professional dancers in ballroom and Latin competitions.
  2. Why was the launch of Strictly Come Dancing delayed?
    The launch show is today, it was delayed due to the Queen’s death earlier in the month.

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