Shirley Ballas has confirmed that Carrie Symonds will never do Strictly Come Dancing this year.
The BBC’s chief judge said it was “a family-friendly show, not a political agenda show,” because it excluded the prime minister’s partner from the candidacy.
Carrie was rigorously rumored about the recent uproar over the redesign of the 11 Downing Street flat and how Boris Johnson paid for it.
But when Shirley starred in the moderator this morning, Philip Schofield asked her: “Two words-Carrie Symonds?”
Shirley jumped off the couch and made several moves, as he said, “Boom Boom Boom and Simmy-No.”
Holly Willowby asked her if it was clear and she replied: “99.999 percent. It’s a family show, it’s not a political agenda show.”
In the lineup, she added, “It’s great. You’ll be fascinated, surprised, and really, really intrigued.”
And about Bruno Toniori’s rejoining the jury, she said, “If he has to fly behind the pigeon to get there, he’ll be back.”
Shirley Ballas confirms that Carrie Symonds will never participate in this year's Strictly Come Dancing
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