STRICTLY Come Dancing is set to keep dancing through the newest lockdown following confirmation from Culture Secretary, Oliver Dowden.
In a tweet, Mr. Dowden said that TV and film production can continue when the month-long lockdown comes into force later this week, meaning unlike the first national lockdown, most reality and talent shows, soaps and other programmes are not expected to suspend filming.
A Strictly spokesman confirmed it would keep going, and would “continue to adhere to government guidelines”.
He said: “We have rigorous protocols in place to manage Covid-19 as the safety of all those involved in the production is paramount.”
Week one of the show was viewed by more than 11 million people who saw former Home Secretary, Jacqui Smith, become the first contestant to be voted off.
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