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The format has been exported to over 40 other countries, and has also inspired a modern dance-themed spin-off Strictly Dance Fever.The show is currently presented by Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman.Following Forsyth's departure after series 11, Daly took over Forsyth's role as main presenter and Winkleman took over Daly's role as co-presenter.

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From series 4 through 7, the remaining contestants who made it to the semifinals are granted to perform the semifinal-exclusive Argentine Tango. The contestants are now allowed to dance whichever dance they are bestowed to (not accustomed to any patterns), though the Argentine Tango remains to be somewhat reserved for the latter stages of the series.

The Showdance, however, is still restricted only for the finalists from the very first series until now.

David Arch joined in the fourth series and Hayley Sanderson in the fifth.

The show was broadcast from a specially constructed set at the BBC Television Centre, moving to the Elstree Studios in 2013.

For example, with ten contestants left, the judges' favourite would receive ten points, second favourite nine points, and so on, and similarly with the viewers' rankings. The profits from the telephone lines were donated to Sport Relief in series 1, and to Children in Need from series 2 to 5.

The show is broadcast live on BBC One on Saturday evenings, and is currently presented by Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman (however Zoë Ball covered for Winkleman for a number of weeks in 2014).

While intended to return as host for each Children in Need and Christmas special, he only did both in 2014 and Children in Need in 2015 (sending a video message for the 2015 Christmas special Hopkins then called in Karen Smith, who had just produced Comic Relief Does Fame Academy for BBC One and The Games for Channel 4, to help lead the development of the show and launch the series.

Smith was the show running Executive Producer of the first three series, and of sister show It Takes Two.

Since the fourth series, the show has also been aired in high definition on BBC HD, and BBC One HD from series 8.

On 7 November 2013 it was announced that Sir Bruce Forsyth would be retiring from presenting the main series.

From series 1 to 11, Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly presented the pro-celebrity ballroom dancing competition.

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