What time is Strictly Come Dancing tonight as the semi-finals schedule changes?

Strictly Come Dancing airs later this evening as the celebrity couples speak for the semi-final.

The Strictly semi-final is broadcast on December 11 at 7:05 p.m. , with the results displayed on December 12 at7:20 p.m. on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

This weekend, the couples will dance twice to fight for a place in the final.

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With more routines going, Saturday’s episode will air until 8:25 p.m.

Earlier this week, Strictly couple John Whaite and Johannes Radebe revealed that their couple choice routine will pay tribute to everyone who supported them on their journey.

Professional dancer Johannes, 34, and former Bake Off winner John, 32, made history this year as the first all-male couple in the BBC One dance series.

They advanced to the semi-finals this weekend, where the remaining four couples will complete two routines.

Speaking on BBC Breakfast, John said: “So for our choice of couple, we’re doing it at Adele’s Hometown Glory, and what Johannes and I have achieved since we met and became dance partners and now longtime friends is that we share history.

“Growing up with the shame of being gay, the shame of not being accepted by society, by people who tell us to be more masculine, you know, people who try to get us into the notion of being a man and so we wanted to make it dance to say a huge thank you to the people who made it possible for us not to be shoehorns, not to be silenced.

“The people who stood by us and supported us when we needed to hold on, the people who paved the way for the older members of the LGBTQ + community who paved the way for two beefy, well, beefy guys , from Saturday night TV, to prime time TV, you know, like Johannes said, society has been so progressive, western society at least is so progressive and so we want to dedicate this dance to everyone who made this possible. “

During Saturday night’s quarterfinal, the couple had a dramatic end to their salsa routine performed by We Are Family when their last elevator went wrong.

The pair finished with a score of 32, leaving them third in the table, with the top two pairs being Rhys Stephenson and Nancy Xu and Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice on scores of 39.

Dan Walker and his partner Nadiya Bychkova were sent home after landing in the dance alongside AJ Odudu and Kai Widdrington.

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