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BBC bosses are split into temporary dumping Strictly judge Anton de Bake

The BBC’s boss will be split with temporary dumping as Bruno Tonioli stands up due to Covid’s restrictions and then returns to the panel to bid on the waltz.


BBC Boss is divided by whether to dump Anton de Bake Bring Bruno Tonioli Strictly return to the panel.

De Bake was temporarily brought in as a judge after Toniori resigned. Due to Covid’s restrictions, he couldn’t appear in both the show and its US version of Dancing with the Stars.

He was flying in between before Los Angeles And England for two programs.

According to BBC sources, his decision to choose a role in the United States is understood to pay him in the range of £ 800,000 instead of the £ 250,000 he was getting for a rigorous mission. Or, which means that some chiefs think their loyalty should lie with the BBC.

Anton de Bake was temporarily brought in as a judge after Toniori evacuated his role.

They are also afraid that if Anton is kicked out of the jury, he may quit the show he was originally a professional dancer.

However, others consider Toniori to be a strictly superstar that is loved and overlooked by the show’s 10 million viewers.

The insider told The Mail on Sunday: Anton is so loved and such a professional that it seems wrong to get rid of him. It seems dishonest, but it was Bruno’s job.

“It’s a bit far from suggesting that there’s a line, but there’s certainly a lot of controversy about what they want for next year’s show.”

Others consider Toniori to be a strictly superstar loved and overlooked by the show's 10 million viewers.

Others consider Toniori to be a strictly superstar loved and overlooked by the show’s 10 million viewers.

Toniori, 66, who has been strictly on the panel since the show started in 2004, has been selected as a judge for the show’s tour starting early next year.

He is alongside Craig Revel Horwood and Head Judge Shirley Ballas.

Some argue that this move could be a “sweetener” for Toniori, so there’s no need to invite him to abandon Do Bake, but some think it’s a way to line up his return. increase.

Dubeque (55), the only remaining member of the original 2004 rigorous troupe, means yesterday that he can spend more time with his four-year-old twins Henrietta and George, so he He revealed how much he likes to be a judge.

He said:’It’s one of the positive aspects of the role I’ve been given more time at home. I only do it on Saturdays, so I only do it on weekends.

“Also nice, I go to school in the morning, pick up in the afternoon, whatever it is, other kids come up to me and they say,” I saw you in a dance. I saw you dancing.

Last year, MoS revealed how to earn £ 33,000 per minute from the BBC after Toniori was agreed to appear via a video link from LA because he couldn’t return to the studio.

He was only seen 3 minutes and 46 seconds, even though he was paid £ 125,000.

(Almost) perfect roses!

Rose Ayling-Ellis and her partner Giovanni Pernice rigorously surprised the judges last night, scoring 39 out of 40 points.

Their American Smooth Dance to This Will Be (Eternal Love) by Natalie Cole topped the leaderboard with BBC presenters Rhys Stephenson and Nancy Shoe.

Judge Shirley Ballas told hearing-impaired Ms. Ayling Ellis that she “had a beautiful footwork.”

Rose Ayling-Ellis and her partner Giovanni Pernice rigorously surprised the judges last night, scoring 39 out of 40 points.

Rose Ayling-Ellis and her partner Giovanni Pernice rigorously surprised the judges last night, scoring 39 out of 40 points.

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