Strictly Come Dancing viewers make same complaint about this detail in launch show

Strictly Come Dancing returned with an epic opening performance on Saturday night and while many were delighted to see the return of the BBC Ballroom and Latin competition, others were frustrated by one detail and took to social media to share the same complaint.

Writing on Xu, formerly known as Twitter, some viewers at home were baffled by the show’s editing and noted improved studio audience interaction.

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“But I’m not here for this canned laugh…” one fan posted.

Another asked: “Is there really a need for canned laughs? It’s getting on my nerves #StrictlyComeDancing,” while a third agreed: “@bbcstrictly please say canned laughs are only for tonight. You don’t need them and it’s awful.”

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A fourth said: “What’s with the canned laughter and clapping, and why can’t I get the sound right?? #StrictlyComeDancing,” while a fifth agreed: “What’s wrong with the crowd noise on strictly sounds like canned laughter mixed in.”

Each year, the inaugural show is filmed for a week and broadcast on Saturday nights on BBC One. The one-off pre-recorded episode features a number of epic performances from professional dancers and sees each celebrity paired with their professional partner.

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Lauren Oakley performs with Anton Du Beke and Neil Jones© BBCLauren Oakley performs with Anton Du Beke and Neil Jones

Despite the anger over the editing, others were delighted with the return of Strictly and we couldn’t agree more. Check out our blog which features all the best bits and highlights anything you may have missed.

After the premiere show, professional dancer Nadiya Bychkova took to social media to share her “disappointment” at not being paired with a celebrity this year. She wrote: “I’m sure you’ll understand that I’m disappointed not to be partnered with a celebrity on @bbcstrictly this series,” she wrote.

Professional dancers and judges during the presentation© Guy Levy Professional dancers and judges during the presentation

“It’s an amazing show to be a part of and I’m still so excited about all the group numbers, performing with some of our musicians and much, much more. I’m also looking forward to supporting my fellow professionals and I wish all the couples the best of luck in the competition this year.”

Celebrities during the Strictly 2023 launch© Guy LevyCelebrities during the Strictly 2023 launch

Who are the complete Strictly Come Dancing couples?

The full pairings for Strictly 2023 are:

  • Adam Thomas and Luba Mushtuk
  • Amanda Abbington and Giovanni Pernice
  • Angela Scanlon and Carlos Gu
  • Angela Rippon and Kai Widdrington
  • Annabel Croft and Johannes Radebe
  • Bobby Brazier and Dianne Buswell
  • Eddie Kadi and Karen Hauer
  • Ellie Leach and Vito Coppola
  • Jody Cundy and Jowita Przystał
  • Krishnan Guru-Murthy and Lauren Oakley
  • Layton Williams and Nikita Kuzmin
  • Les Dennis and Nancy Xu
  • Nigel Harman and Katya Jones
  • Nikita Kanda and Gorka Márquez
  • Zara McDermott and Graziano Di Prima
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