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BBC Strictly Come Dancing viewers spot huge audience blunder as fans return to studio

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Strictly Come Dancing spotted a huge "audience blunder" after the studio audience returned for the first time in two years - with some branding it "fake".The beloved dancing competition catapulted back onto our screens tonight, with a packed studio audience for the first time in 24 months due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

But fans were quick to spot something a little "off" with the studio audience on Friday night (September 23).READ MORE: Helen Skelton says she's signed up for Strictly to 'smile' again after marriage splitViewers at home were quick to take to the lively Strictly hashtag to live tweet about the glitzy launch show, with many pointing out one thing."Judging by the volume of the cheering and clapping there must be 10,000 people in that audience," one viewer noted under the hashtag.Someone then replied: "But the audience at the side of the dance floor weren't even clapping.."To which the original tweeter branded the clapping as "fake" when they added: "I know.

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