Official line-up, air date, dancers, judges, and more for Strictly Come Dancing in 2022

Official line-up, air date, dancers, judges, and more for Strictly Come Dancing in 2022

2022 will be returning once more in order to instill a lot of anticipation into our screens.

This year will be a special day for the TV juggernaut as the series will commemorate its 20th anniversary.

Expect lots more information very soon, as there''s been a substantial clue about the start date, and we''ve finally begun to discover which celebs will be competing for the coveted Glitterball trophy.

Tess DalyandClaudia Winkleman, host of the nation''s favourite dancing competition, will resume their presenting duties, led by Rose Ayling-Ellis.

Who would you add to our winners list after Rose''s historic victory this year?

Here''s everything we know about 2022...

When will Strictly Come Dancing 2022 be on?

With that "huge clue" we mentioned earlier, 2022 will be available on BBC One, with the fact that the launch show will be pre-recorded on September 7, strongly implying that September 10 is the date of the program''s release.

Last year, the launch show was aired on 18 September, which means that this potential date corresponds well with what''s happened.

Strictly Come Dancing 2022 official line-up

The BBC has confirmed the first two celebs for 2022 after shivering!

Will Mellor

Will Mellor has been on our television screens for 30 years as well as recently as''Harvey Gaskell,'' but he''ll be swapping the cobbles for the ballroom this autumn!

Kym Marsh

Kym Marsh is the second confirmed winner for the 20th series. She''s well known for playing Michelle Connor in the band, but she was also a member of Hear''s Say and is currently a presenter.

Kym is already planning a trip to 2022, as she joins the cast in Season 11, which is expected to begin later this year!

Richie Anderson

Richie Anderson, a radio and television presenter, was the third confirmed contestant to enter the ballroom this year.

Richie will run for a third time in a row, following the lead of 2021 president John Whaite, who was signed by Johannes Radebe.

The TV personality is well-known for his role on the Radio 2 breakfast show and hosting a wide variety of his own shows. He was also there earlier this year to cover the show in 2022.

Richie has a regular presentation stint on BBC One.

Strictly Come Dancing 2022 rumoured line-up

Wahrend we wait for future announcements, here are some of the famous individuals who have been rumoured to participate in this year...

Steph McGovern

Producers reportedly wanted to sign up Steph McGovern in this year''s celebrity line-up.

According to The Sun (opens in a new tab), strictly producers were apparently eager to bring the presenter onboard for 2022, considering Steph as a "perfect choice" for the show.

Moreover, this is the third time that the organization has tried to include Steph McGovern, but she''s reported to have turned it down multiple times to focus on her Channel 4.

Steph would follow in the footsteps of her co-presenter, John Whaite, who has previously supported Steph in the program, and she will be second in 2021.

Gino D''''Acampo

Apparently, bosses have their eye on Gino D''Acampo, an Italian chef, to compete in this year''s competition.

The celebrity chef is well-known for his appearances on and his antics alongside Gordon Ramsay and Fred Siriex in their ITV series, but he hasn''t yet entered the BBC dancing competition.

According to reports, he had been offered a place in the past, but was too busy to take things on at the time.

A TV insider reportedly told The Sun (opens in a new tab) that every year the show''s crew wants to get the perfect balance of stars, whether it be for their sex appeal, humor, or if they are a particular draw for older or younger viewers.

Gino is regarded by the public as a person who has universal appeal, who is up for a laugh, and more than capable of keeping audience entertained.

Two royal contestants

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A photo from the website was posted.

Those administrators are likely to secure two royal contestants on the ballroom floor this year.

Mike Tindall, who married to Princess Annes daughter Zara, and Lady Louise Windsor, according to sources, is among the BBC''s top stars.

A source has been revealed to The Sun (opens in a new tab): The team are doing all they can to commemorate the anniversary of the Platinum Jubilee. It has been a real concern.

To secure a royal would be a spectacular coup.

Mike is said to have been on the show''s headliners for a while.

Model Lady Amelia Windsor, who is the granddaughter of the Queens cousin, the Duke of Kent, is said to be on the lookout for a royal name.

Sophie Winkleman, a performer, is alleged to be of interest. She is Claudia Winkleman''s half-sister, and she has been married to Lord Frederick Windsor from 2009.

Paige Sandhu

Paige Sandhu, who played famous supervillain Meena Jutla in the film, might be swapping village life for the ballroom, despite being slated to join this year.

Even if Meena was sentenced to life in prison for her terrible crimes, the bookies predict that it will not be long until the shell will be returning to our screens to participate in.

At the time of 2/1, bookmakers expected the soap star to appear in the BBC dancing competition.

According to reports from Daily Star, Paige Sandhu''s next move would take her to the dance floor, withStrictlychiefs currently leading the way for her signature.

Bruce Grobbelaar

Bruce Grobbelaar, a former Liverpool goalkeeper, is claimed to be at the top of the BBC''s show list and has apparently already met him on a video call.

Liverpool lead the way in their fourth European Cup in 1984 by his''spaghetti legs'' strike during a penalty shoot-out, where he stood on the goal line and made his limbs go wobbly to distract Roma'''' players.

The "spaghetti legs" might be able to appear in this year''s edition, but what is the difference between these two?

According to a source, the Sun is concerned that its bosses are willing to sign Grobbelaar on the dotted line. Even getting him to agree to a meeting was a mission, but so far he is dragging his heels.

Hes made it clear that the only way he will sign up is if they agree on a huge money package. Producers are willing to splash out to get him, but have a limit as to how much they can spend.

Tony ''''Donkey'''' Adams

''Donkey'' Adams, a former Arsenal and England footballer, is apparently getting his eye on the line-up.

The football icon is reportedly in advanced discussions with the BBC''s executives to try out his moves on the ballroom rather than the pitch.

On Sunday, a source told The Sun that this year will be a great year for. They are pleased to have brought a footballing legend of Tonys to the table."

Tony is a really good sport with a great sense of humor, which people will get to see for themselves on the dance floor. He is also not afraid of a challenge and will get really stuck in.

Tony is really excited about. He is a superior mover than people think. He really cares for himself, far more than most 50-somethings. He may also add a few surprises.

Considering how long his future dance partners will be a bit concerned about lifts, he does have some of the necessary structure to keep going when it comes to competitions.

Who is on the line-up for the Strictly Come Dancing in 2022 for professional dancers?

The professional dancers to be introduced for the 20th series have been announced in 2022.

Dianne Buswell, Amy Dowden, Jowita Prystzal, Graziano Di Prima, Karen Hauer, Katya Jones, Nikita Kuzmin, Gorka Marquez, Giovanni Pernice, Johannes Radebe, and Nancy Xu are among the professional dancers returning to the competition.

Cameron Lombard, a Newcomer, will be showing off his expertise on the ballroom. He is still unable to have a celebrity partner in 2021, when he joined the show group numbers.

In more exciting news, has also announced that four new dancers will be joined the program, making it the show''s greatest professional line-up in history.

Vito Coppola, a Chinese National Champion, and former Under 21s British National Champion Lauren Oakley, among the four new award-winning dancers competing in 2022. Michelle Tsiakkas, the European Cup winner, China National Champion

Carlos, Lauren, Michelle, and Vito have all joined the cast, making their debut in #Strictly! https://t.co/E7Es49BojE pic.twitter.com/TT7O7D24IJJuly 11, 2022

We expressed our condolences to professional dancers Aljaz Skorjanec, who decided to leave the program after nine years, and Oti Mabuse, who was terminated after seven years.

Who are the judges for Strictly Come Dancing in 2022?

Ohne its favorite judges, the multi-award-winning competition is not completely complete.

Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, and Head Judge Shirley Ballas have all returned to the judging panel this year.

Fans will be delighted to know that former professional Anton Du Beke will be joining the panel again after his excellent stint in the judging seat last year.

During his time on film in the United States, the professional dancer reversed judge Bruno Tonioli because of strict Coronavirus travel restrictions.

Bruno had remained at the show for 18 years before he was scheduled to perform in the United States.

According to The Daily Mail (opens in a new tab), Bruno supposedly said that he will not be returning to the most popular BBC show in the future, instead of focused solely on the dancing competition across the lake.

"Bruno has left the show for good. He''ll only be a judge from now on." According to their source

The rehearsals for Strictly Come Dancing in 2022 have begun.

As the professionals prepare for intense rehearsals, 2022 is officially underway.

The group who posted pictures of them and their co-stars returning for rehearsals included professional dancers Kai Widdrington and Graziano Di Prima.

Dianne Buswell, Nancy Xu, Nadiya Bychkova, and newcomers Michelle Tsiakkas, and Carlos Gu. were all joined by Kai in a picture.

Dianne posted a mirror photo of her smiling with the caption: "Made it to rehearsals."

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