Strictly Come Dancing winners do not get to keep the glitterball trophy [WENN]
Strictly Come Dancing – hosted by Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly – involves celebrities such as Debbie McGee and Davood Ghadami dancing every week for judges Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas, Darcey Bussell and Bruno Tonioli.
The celebrities of Strictly give their on the famous ballroom floor in order to win the glitterball trophy and the title of Strictly Come Dancing champions.
Last year, it was actor Ore Oduba who raised the glitterball trophy with his professional dance partner Joanne Clifton.
And while a lot of fans believe that trophy is now his to keep, they’d be very mistaken.
Ore Oduba won with professional partner Joanne Clifton last year [WENN]
This year, the likes of Debbie McGee and Mollie King are battling it out to win the trophy [WENN]
During an apperance on This Morning, Ore appeared on the show with a smaller version of the Strictly Come Dancing glitter ball trophy.
He also revealed he actually only held the real trophy for five seconds.
Ore told presenter Ruth Langsford and husband Eamonn Holmes: “I only got five seconds with it to lift it and then they just whisked it off!”
Instead, the winners of Strictly have been given a smaller version of the trophy which they get to keep.
The winner are instead given a smaller trophy to keep if they win [WENN]
Talking about his, Ore explained: “I’m going to put it somewhere loud and proud but inside the house.”
In other surprising Strictly news, it was recently revealed one of the biggest rules behind the scenes of the show.
The stars of the hit BBC One dancing show are not allowed to take certain things from the backstage area – however, former contestant Ruth Langsford broke that rule by doing this.
Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday and Sunday night on BBC One.