Anton Du Beke ‘confirms’ he will return as Strictly Judge amid Giovanni’s ‘rude’ comment

Anton Du Beke – star of the 2021 TV series as regular judge Bruno Tolioni is stuck in the US due to Covid’s travel restrictions

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Serious: Anton Du Beke jokes about Giovanni Pernice

Anton Du Beke appeared to confirm that he will be returning as a judge on this year’s Serious Come Dancing in a recent interview.

The 55-year-old star was chatting with Charlene White on the ITV news when he appeared to mention his future across the board.

During the chat, Charlene told him: “What made me laugh this morning, I was listening to Giovanni Pernice’s interview on Radio 2 because he was talking about the tour you guys are going to do very soon and he She said you guys were a bit like a grandpa, and I thought, ‘but he’s not old enough to be a grandpa!’ “

Anton Du Beke on ITV News on Tuesday



Laughing at the comment, Anton replied: “He’s rude! That was the last time I gave him a good score, I can tell you. That future is four points for me.”

He then quickly added: “All is well,” when he hinted at the idea of ​​him being asked to return as a judge.

Anton stands out as Bruno Tolioni judge for the 2021 series, as he is stuck in the US due to Covid travel rules.

Anton stands as Bruno Tolioni judge for serious prom drama series 2021



According to reports, insiders have claimed that the 66-year-old Italian has been expelled from the BBC series as this could lead to Anton becoming a permanent judge.

Anton has been conspicuously absent from the list of confirmed professionals to join the 2022 series this fall.

But Anton confirmed to Great British Life in early April that he really doesn’t know if he will be on the council again.

“The absolute truth is I don’t know. I haven’t been told. They really haven’t talked to me about it,” he said.

“So whatever you’ve read, it’s just a rumor. I’m hoping to get a call to say, “Look here, you watch, come back to judge,” but we’ll wait and see. “

He continued, “I like to think I’m going to be on the show one way or another. I don’t want to think that they’re going to get rid of me altogether. That would be a bit dramatic if it were to go from dancer to director. examiner out of the show. That would be a career path, wouldn’t it?”

The Mirror has reached out to a representative for Serious for comment.

Seriously coming Dancing returns to the BBC later this year.

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