Strictly It Takes Two is moving home temporarily to BBC One.
The spin-off show usually airs on BBC Two, but Strictly bosses have now confirmed that It Takes Two will be airing on BBC One instead for two weeks from the 23 September.
It will hit screens at an earlier time of 5.15pm, although reasons for the move havent yet been revealed.
The changes were announced via Strictlys official Twitter account, alongside a promo pic of It Takes Two hosts Rylan Clark-Neal and Zoe Ball.
The tweet read: NEWS: It Takes Two comes to @BBCOne at 5.15pm for two weeks on the 23rd September with @ZoeTheBall and @Rylan! Before returning to its home on @BBCTwo 6.30pm Monday to Thursday and 6pm Fridays.
NEWS: It Takes Two comes to @BBCOne at 5.15pm for two weeks on the 23rd September with @ZoeTheBall and @Rylan! Before returning to its home on @BBCTwo 6.30pm Monday to Thursday and 6pm Fridays. pic.twitter.com/7rZKKyZ3ti
— BBC Strictly (@bbcstrictly) September 11, 2019
Rylan and Zoe will be sharing the It Takes Two sofa for the first time this year. Although, two days before the show went to air, regular host Zoe admitted she hadnt yet been in the same building as Rylan.
Speaking on her BBC Radio 2 breakfast show, earlier this month, Zoe said: I still havent seen [Rylan] yet. Were going to be doing It Takes Two together.
Although, the 48-year-old did add that she couldnt wait to get started with her fellow presenter.
Very, very excited. Weve not been in the same building at the same time yet at all, she admitted, before adding: Rylan we love you. Very excited about our show starting in a couple of weeks time.
Zoe was forced to skip out on the Strictly launch, leaving Rylan to go it alone as fans got a first look at this years dancing couples.
Strictly kicked off last weekend and already things havent been plain sailing for the show, as Jamie Laing was forced to pull out of the competition due to injury.
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