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Entertainment Strictly Come Dancing Bosses Speak Out After Viewers Have Difficulty Voting Online

23:45  14 december  2019
23:45  14 december  2019 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

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Online Vote : Viewers in the UK (including Channel Islands and Isle of Man) will also be If you are watching Strictly Come Dancing 2019 on BBC iPlayer, following through a website or any other Why has the ‘ VOTE AGAIN’ button disappeared? The Strictly Come Dancing vote is capped and votes

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Kelvin Fletcher et al. posing for the camera: Strictly Come Dancing's final three for this year's series © BBC Strictly Come Dancing's final three for this year's series

The BBC has spoken out after viewers experienced difficulties voting in this year’s live Strictly Come Dancing final.

On Saturday night, finalists Emma Barton, Karim Zeroual and Kelvin Fletcher all performed for the last time, each delivering three routines, including a Showdance intended to show off all of the skills they’d learned over the course of the series.

After each of the three couples had performed for the first time, special guest Tom Allen announced that the votes were now open for the public to name their winner, either over the phone or via the show’s website.

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However, soon after the vote was opened, some fans on social media revealed that they had difficulties using the website.

Laila Rouass and woman posing for a photo: Pro dancer Anton became embroiled in a scandal in 2009, when he used a racial slur to describe his partner, Laila Rouass, during an off-air conversation.While he later insisted that he'd only used the term © BBC Pro dancer Anton became embroiled in a scandal in 2009, when he used a racial slur to describe his partner, Laila Rouass, during an off-air conversation.While he later insisted that he'd only used the term "p**i" as backstage "banter" (*eyes roll wildly in head*), he did unreservedly apologise in a statement.

Speaking out shortly after the vote was opened, a representative for the show revealed on the official Strictly Twitter page that the issue had arisen because of a “high number of votes”.

We are experiencing a very high volume of votes this evening,” they explained. “If you are having any difficulties voting online remember you can vote by phone, the numbers are all on [the Strictly website].”

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AFTER weeks of highs and lows, spins and twists and a few tantrums - the Strictly final is finally How do I vote in the Strictly 2019 final? When it's announced on the show voting is open you can This is so the results of the votes can be read out on the same night - instead of having a results

Joe McFadden and Katya Jones win Strictly Come Dancing 2017. While it was revealed at the time Back in December, they wrote: "Under the FOI you are requested to provide the voting figures for To inquire about a licence to reproduce material, visit our Syndication site. View our online Press Pack.

Bruce Forsyth wearing a suit and tie: Former Strictly host Sir Bruce Forsyth took a bit of heat himself after the racism scandal, when he insisted Anton hadn't done anything wrong.He said at the time: © BBC Former Strictly host Sir Bruce Forsyth took a bit of heat himself after the racism scandal, when he insisted Anton hadn't done anything wrong.He said at the time: "We used to have a sense of humour about this. You go back 25, 30, 40 years and there has always been a bit of humour about the whole thing."Brucie was later forced to backtrack in a more official capacity, with a statement saying: "To be absolutely clear, the use of racially offensive language is never either funny or acceptable."Oh dear.

Presenter Claudia Winkleman also urged viewers experiencing difficulties to vote over the phone during the live broadcast.

Saturday’s live final marked Anton Du Beke’s second time in the final after 17 series, while his fellow professionals Amy Dowden and Oti Mabuse were both there for the first time.

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Speaking after the results, he said: “I think the Strictly Come Dancing has continued to beat its TV rivals – averaging more than 10 million viewers on Saturday night. Balls tweeted after the show: “I’ve had the most fabulous three months on Strictly and this week was definitely the right time for me to go.

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The live show also featured one last group number, which reunited the year’s cast of celebrities and professionals, as well as a special performance from pop superstar Taylor Swift.

a group of people posing for the camera: After five years on Strictly, Arlene was suddenly axed from the panel in 2009, when she was replaced by then-champion Alesha Dixon, 26 years her junior.The decision faced a huge backlash at the time, with many accusing the BBC of age discrimination, particularly when Harriet Harman even brought up the issue in the House of Commons. © Michael Boyd/PA Archive After five years on Strictly, Arlene was suddenly axed from the panel in 2009, when she was replaced by then-champion Alesha Dixon, 26 years her junior.The decision faced a huge backlash at the time, with many accusing the BBC of age discrimination, particularly when Harriet Harman even brought up the issue in the House of Commons.

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