Strictly Come Dancing could need 6 major shake-ups to go ahead in 2020
Strictly Come Dancing bosses have been tirelessly brainstorming ways to have this year's show go ahead so that it adheres to the social distancing and safety measures put in place to eliminate Covid-19.
Although the show is due to return in the autumn, the dynamics of this year's launch remains in doubt due to the pandemic bringing the TV industry to a temporary standstill.
But despite the many limitations put in place for safety, BBC execs have been coming up with new ways to ensure that Strictly fans will get their annual dose of glitz and glamour on screen.
There have been countless considerations of new ways to air the series, as producers are determined to keep Strictly from falling victim to deadly bug.
Below, we take a look at some of the rumoured safety measures bosses may opt for this year...
The show is famous for dance partners getting together, and the idea of quarantining pairs in the same spot could lead to even more broken relationships.
The beeb's Director of Content Charlotte Moore said that show bosses are considering quarantining the celebrities and their dance partners, and will test their temperatures regularly.
The dance couples would isolate together without seeing their families for the duration of the run.
Shirley Ballas this week told the Loose Women panel that she is almost certain the show will go ahead this year, and gave her opinion on dancers isolating together.
Referring to the so-called Strictly Curse, she said: "That could make things rather ...
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