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CRAIG REVEL HORWOOD - the Strictly Come Dancing 2020 judge - has said the so-called "Strictly curse" will be "more intense" this year due to the professional dancers and celebrity contestants being locked down together for the whole series.

PUBLISHED: 07:20, Mon, Sep 28, 2020 | UPDATED: 07:20, Mon, Sep 28, 2020

Strictly Come Dancing's 2020 judge Craig Revel Horwood, 55, who has been on the judging panel for the BBC competition since 2004, has opened up about the "Strictly curse" and said it is more of a "Strictly blessing" due to the outcomes they've previously had on the show. The BBC favourite revealed his thoughts on the curse being "more intense" this year.

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I always think of it as the Strictly blessing.

Craig Revel Horwood

The so-called Strictly curse refers to couples who have formed or split after one or both of them have taken part in the BBC competition.

The 2020 series of the BBC dancing competition is returning to the screens next month and Craig has shared his views over what to expect this year.

Speaking about the so-called Strictly curse, he admitted: "I think it’s going to be more intense, isn’t it?

"Because they’re in a lockdown situation with each other.”

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Craig went on to share: "Anyway, I always think of it as the Strictly blessing — look how many marriages we’ve had out of it.

“We’ve had people falling in love. We’ve had babies."

He then stressed that it shouldn't be branded as a "curse" due to marriages coming out of it.

Craig questioned: "How can people call it the ‘curse’?

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