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Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli shut down The One Show host Harry Judd tonight after the McFly star asked him what he thought of this year’s dance show series . Appearing by video link from Los Angeles, Bruno, who could not judge the BBC show due to Covid restrictions, admitted he was hesitant to comment on the show because he had not watched the show. competition this year, adding that it was “inappropriate” for him to weigh in on competitors.

Tonight, the Italian dance pro announced some exciting news from his California residency.

After being invited by presenter Alex Jones to share the big reveal, Bruno said: “Well I’m coming back and doing the [Strictly] tour all over the country.

“Can’t believe it, can’t wait to come see the fans.

“You did the Harry tour, it’s amazing,” he told The One Show host.

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He continued, “There are 10,000 people there, you get such an adrenaline rush, the shows are spectacular.

“And I’m going to go see these new people that I haven’t met for the first time yet, so it’s even more exciting.

“I can’t wait,” added the star.

Congratulating the former judge on the news, Harry said: “This is really very exciting news Bruno.

“Now you mentioned Strictly, which we have to talk about, we just heard that Judi will unfortunately be missing on Saturday’s show,” the McFly star added.

“She has tested positive for Covid so we hope you are feeling well Judi.”

Turning to the Italian dancer, Harry said: “So Bruno, it’s been a very dramatic few weeks on Strictly, have you watched?”

Admitting that he wasn’t listening, Bruno replied, “Well I’m in Los Angeles, we don’t really have BBC One here.

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“I’m kind of all online, but it would be very inappropriate for me to comment, so you have to see the tour.”

Although he did not follow the show closely, Bruno then applauded his former colleagues.

“They do a fantastic job, because the children, they always produce the most beautiful dances,” he added.

“The choreography is great, they do such a good job and the judges do a great job.”

However, the star again declined to comment on the famous contestants and their dance partners, saying it would be “inappropriate.”

Bruno said: “But, you know, it would be very inappropriate for me to say anything more, because it’s a great show.

“But if you want to know what I’m saying, come and see the tour,” he said.

Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday at 7:05 p.m. on BBC One.


Javier E. Swan

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