Bruno revealed he will probably be again on the panel for the Strictly stay tour (Image: BBC)Strictly Come Dancing decide Bruno Tonioli revealed he will probably be reprising his position on the panel as soon as extra, for the 2022 stay exhibits.
Talking on at the moment’s episode of The One Present, the skilled dancer up to date followers on life in LA, amid his stint on the present sequence of Dancing With The Stars.
His Strictly seat is at the moment being saved heat by Anton Du Beke, previously the present’s longest-running skilled dancer.
It’s nonetheless unclear whether or not Anton will stay within the position for good, however the US-based decide shared an replace on his return to the UK.
Host Harry Judd started: ‘You’re being missed, however tonight we will completely reveal some excellent information.’
Bruno revealed: ‘Effectively, I’m going to come back again, and I’m going to be doing the tour! I can’t wait to come back and see the tour.
Bruno was his typical animated self on The One Present (Image: BBC)‘You’ve performed the tour Harry, it’s wonderful. You get such a rush of adrenaline.’
The presenter went on to ask whether or not Bruno may give his verdict on any of this 12 months’s stars.
Nevertheless, he refused to take action, partly resulting from it being harder to be careful within the States.
He responded: ‘I’m [in] LA, we don’t have BBC One right here, I observe it on-line. It will be very inappropriate for me to make any feedback.
Bruno Tonioli seems alongside Len Goodman and Carrie Ann Inaba on DWTS (Image: ABC/Backgrid)‘They’re doing a unbelievable job, they’re nonetheless producing essentially the most stunning numbers, the judges are doing an amazing job. It will be very inappropriate to say extra.’
Bruno will probably be becoming a member of fellow judges Shirley Ballas and Craig Revel-Horwood on the Strictly tour, which visits Birmingham, Leeds, Newcastle, Manchester, Sheffield, Liverpool, Glasgow, Nottingham and London.
Extra: Strictly Come Dancing
The Italian star stays within the US to hold out his judging on DWTS alongside former Strictly head decide Len Goodman.
He was pressured to decide on between exhibits resulting from journey restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday at 7.05pm on BBC One.
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