Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman return to present another year of sequins and barely-buttoned shirts when the Strictly Come Dancing Class of 2022 comes to the Elstree Studio Ballroom. Couples twirl their hand (and a toe or two) on standard and Latin numbers, and try out contemporary, street, or theatrical plays as part of their choices. Following in the footsteps of last year’s winners Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice, you can watch Strictly Come Dancing 2022 live online and from anywhere on TV as the newest contestants begin their journey.
As always, the producers of Strictly Come Dancing have cast a number of celebrities who perfectly embody British talent. These include Paralympic swimmer Ellie Simmonds and comedian Jayde Adams.
Kym Marsh, who rose to fame in the ’00s band Hear’Say, produced by the talent show Popstars, is best known for her role as Michelle Connor on Coronation Street. And she’s not the only soap star taking to the dance floor. Will Mellor (Corrie, Hollyoaks, Casualty) and James Bye (EastEnders) are also hoping to star as Strictly 2022 winners.
It’s fair to say that Fleur East has been in the houses when it comes to reality TV, but now the former X Factor and I’m a Celeb contestant finds herself back on Strictly Come Dancing, ready to not so much on that saxophone play it, but dance to it instead.
Throw in easygoing wife Kaye Adams and find out who each celebrity is dating and how to tune in to watch Strictly Come Dancing 2022 online, wherever you are in the world.
How to watch Strictly Come Dancing online for FREE in the UK
How to Watch Strictly Come Dancing Abroad Online
For anyone currently wanting to experience the glitz and glamor of Strictly abroad, you may have trouble outside the UK. But don’t let geographic restrictions hold you back from your weekly ballroom dancing.
By simply downloading and installing a VPN on your device, you can watch Strictly Come Dancing on BBC iPlayer from anywhere. A VPN effectively fools your device into thinking it’s somewhere else by changing its IP address to somewhere else in the world.
Three easy steps to using a VPN to watch Strictly Come Dancing
1. Download and install a VPN – We recommend ExpressVPN
2. Connect to the appropriate server location – Launch the VPN app, click “Select location” and select the correct location e.g. B. UK for iPlayer
3. Go to the live stream of the selected channel – In this case, go to BBC iPlayer (opens in new tab)
Strictly Come Dancing contestants 2022
- Will Mellor (Actor)
- Kym Swamp (Actress)
- Richie Anderson (Radio 2 presenter former footballer)
- Kay Adams (Loose Women panelist and broadcaster)
- Jayde Adams (Comedian)
- Ellie Simmonds (broadcaster and former Paralympian)
- Tyler West (DJ and TV/Radio presenter)
- Matt Goss (Musician)
- Ellie Taylor (comedian and actress)
- Molly Rainford (Singer and actress)
- Tony Adams MBE (football coach and former player)
- Fleur east (musician and radio host)
- Hamza Yassin (TV host)
- James bye (Actor)
- Helen skeleton (TV host)
Strictly Come Dancing Professionals 2022
- Vito Coppola
- Carlos Gu
- Lauren Oakley
- Michelle Tsiakkas
- Kai Widdington
- Nikita Kuzmin
- Giovanni Pernic
- Gorka Marquez
- Graziano Di Prima
- John Radebe
- Neil Jones
- Cameron Lombard
- Amy Dowden
- Diana Buswell
- Karen Hauer
- Katya Jones
- Nadiya Bychkova
- Nancy Xu
- Jowita Przystal
- Luba Mushtuk
Who are the Strictly Come Dancing 2022 couples?
The launch show is on Friday, 09/23 will announce which professionals this year’s celebrity lineup will be paired with for the Strictly Come Dancing 2022 series. We’ll update this page to reflect each couple as Tess and Claudia reveal all.
Strictly Come Dancing is set for 2022
- Anton du Beke
- Shirley Ballas
- Motsi Mabuse
- Craig Revel Horwood
How to watch Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two
Strictly Come Dancing spin-off show It Takes Two returns Monday, September 26 to help curb Strictly fever between live shows, with Rylan Clark and Janette Manrara hosting.
The show airs every day of the week to give you all the exclusive behind-the-scenes insights. You can tune into BBC Two at 18:30 BST Monday to Friday. Remember that you can watch for free on iPlayer (opens in new tab) Live or on demand.
The sideshow is usually jam-packed with training footage, interviews, judges’ opinions and more, so it’s worth tuning in for some unseen behind-the-scenes extras.