Amazing couple picks, many 10 paddle boarders, and some signature routines we won’t forget anytime soon. Strictly Come Dancing has been a treat for eyes and warm, fuzzy vibes, but it all comes to an end this week with the four remaining couples battling it out this Saturday night for the Strictly Glitter Ball. Get all the details on how to watch Strictly Come Dancing online and from anywhere below.
Week 13 brings the Strictly Come Dancing finale. They have done the week of Halloween, musicals and movies. They even danced at the famous Blackpool Tower Ballroom. Now it’s only Flor, Vito, Helen, Gorka, Molly, Carlos, Hamza, and Guetta.
On Saturday night, each couple will dance not one, and not two, but three (!) routines.
It will be two past dances, one chosen by the judges and one of the couple’s favourites. The evening will come to a head with each couple’s show of bells and whistles.
Find out who will be crowned Strictly Prize 2022 winner and who will raise the shining ball. Learn how to watch Strictly Come Dancing online with our guide.
How to watch Strictly Come Dancing online for free in the UK
How to watch Strictly Come Dancing online when you are abroad
For anyone abroad at the moment who still wants to experience the glitz and glamour of Strictly you may struggle from outside the UK. But don’t let geographic restrictions come between you and your weekly dance fix.
Downloading and installing a VPN on your device allows you to watch Strictly Come Dancing on BBC iPlayer from anywhere. A VPN effectively tricks your device into thinking it is in another location by changing the IP address to somewhere else in the world.
Three simple steps to use a VPN to watch Strictly Come Dancing
1. Download and install a VPN We recommend ExpressVPN
2. Connect to the relevant server location – Launch the VPN app, click on Choose Location and select the correct location, such as UK for iPlayer
3. Head to the live broadcast of the chosen broadcaster In this case, head over to BBC iPlayer (Opens in a new tab)
Strictly Come Dancing Racers 2022
- Will Mellor (the actor)
- Kim Marsh (an actress)
- Richie Anderson (Radio 2 presenter, former football player)
- Kay Adams (Discussion panel member and announcer)
- Jade Adams (comedian)
- Ellie Simmonds (Broadcaster and Former Paralympian)
- Tyler West (DJ and TV/Radio Presenter)
- Matt Goss (musician or performer)
- Eli Taylor (comedian and actress)
- Molly Rainsford (singer and actress)
- Tony Adams MBE (Football coach and former player)
- Orient Fluor (musician and radio broadcaster)
- Hamza Yassin (TV announcer)
- James Bay (the actor)
- Helen Skelton (TV announcer)
Who are the couples of Strictly Come Dancing 2022?
The launch show was on Friday 23 September And the 2022 Strictly Come Dancing couples revealed. It includes two same-sex pairs. The full list is as follows:
- Helion Skelton and Gorka Marquez
- Richie Anderson and Giovanni Bernice
- Ellie Simmonds and Nikita Guzman
- Kim Marsh and Graziano Di Prima
- Eli Taylor and Johannes Radebe
- Matt Goss and Nadia Bychkova
- Fleur East and Vito Coppola
- Molly Rainsford and Carlos Jo
- James Bay and Amy Dowden
- Will Mellor and Nancy Shaw
- Jade Adams and Karen Hauer
- Tony Adams and Katya Jones
- Tyler West and Diane Boswell
- Kay Adams and Kay Widdrington
- Hamza Yasin and Guetta Przystal
Strictly Come Dancing Professionals 2022
- Vito Coppola
- Carlos Joe
- Lauren Oakley
- Michael Tsiakas
- Kay Widdrington
- Nikita Kuzmin
- Giovanni Bernice
- Gorka Marquis
- Graziano di Prima
- Johannes Radebe
- Neil Jones
- Cameron Lombard
- Amy Dowden
- Diane Boswell
- Karen Hauer
- Katya Jones
- Nadya Bychkova
- Nancy Shaw
- Guetta Przystal
- Luba Mashtouk
Strictly Come Dancing Judging 2022
- Anton Du Beck
- Shirley Ballas
- Motsi Mabus
- Craig Revell Horwood
How to watch Strictly Come Dancing: It takes two people
Strictly Come Dancing, It Takes Two, returns from Monday, September 26th to curb that sizzling fever between live shows, with Rylan Clark and Janette Manrara hosting.
The show airs every night of the week to give you all the exclusive behind-the-scenes. You can tune in to BBC Two at 6.30pm BST Monday to Friday. Remember, you can watch for free on iPlayer (Opens in a new tab) live or on demand.
The sideshow is usually packed with practice footage, interviews, opinions from the judges, and more, so for the unseen behind-the-scenes extras, it’s worth tuning in.