Strictly Come Dancing spoiler may end with ‘new rules to stop leaks’

The Strictly Come Dancing spoiler could be a thing of the past this year.

Strictly’s new series continues this weekend with its latest results show on Sunday night.

As ever, the Sunday episode is pre-recorded and in past years who left Strictly has regularly been leaked online before it airs on TV.

Strictly Come Dancing 2022 judges.
Strictly Come Dancing 2022 judges. Credit: BBC/Guy Levy

However show bosses are said to be working hard to stop the weekly Strictly spoiler.

A source shared with the Daily Mail: “Enough is enough, it isn’t fair on the fans, they look forward to tuning in to see who will be dancing together.

“So now procedures are being put in place to see if the mole can be caught though it’s tricky because there are so many people involved with Strictly but the bosses are determined to nail he or she.”

For now it remains to be seen if the leaks about who is voted off will continue ahead of this week’s results.

Those on the Strictly Come Dancing cast this year include Casualty star Nigel Harman, actor Adam Thomas, comedian & radio presenter Eddie Kadi, Coronation Street star Ellie Leach and newsreader Krishnan Guru-Murthy.

Joining them are actor Bobby Brazier, radio presenter and TV host Nikita Kanda, tennis star Annabel Croft, Sherlock and Mr Selfridge actress Amanda Abbington and Paralympic gold medalist Jody Cundy.

Completing this season’s line up are television host Angela Scanlon, newsreader Angela Rippon, actor Layton Williams and TV presenter Zara McDermott.

As always the celebrity and professionals take to the dancefloor with the hope of impressing the panel and viewers at home.

This week is Movies week as the remaining fourteen celebs each perform a brand new routine themed around a famous film. The Sound of Music, Encanto, Batman and Cabaret are just a few movies getting the Strictly treatment.

Strictly Come Dancing airs Saturday and Sunday nights on BBC One and iPlayer, hosted by Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman.