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Alison Hammond’s Strictly-style TV show axed without getting a full series

OHMYGOSSIP — Alison Hammond’s Saturday night TV show has been cancelled.
The 49-year-old presenter had filmed a pilot for the BBC called ‘Clear the Dancefloor’ and there had “high hopes” that it would emulate the success of ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ but the project has now been shelved and it will not go to full series.
A TV insider told The Sun newspaper’s TVBiz column: “This will be gutting for Alison, as getting an ongoing gig on the Beeb is seen as many a presenter’s ultimate goal. There were high hopes for ‘Clear The Dancefloor’ as it seemed to tap into the same energy as ‘Strictly’, which she appeared on in 2014. But she won’t be short of work this year anyway.”
The news comes shortly after it was confirmed that ‘The Great British Bake Off’ host – who shot to fame on ‘Big Brother’ in 2002 and now regularly fronts ‘This Morning’ with Dermot O’Leary – had been chosen to take over ‘For The Love Of Dogs’ on ITV following the death of Paul O’Grady in 2023.
The TV star admitted she was “very aware” that Paul – who passed away following a heart attack at the age of 67 – was irreplaceable but is keen to help continue to sharing the stories of the dogs at the Battersea Dogs Home on screen.
She said: “I am very aware that I can never replace the iconic Paul in this wonderful series, but if I can continue to shine a light on the brilliant work done at Battersea and help to tell the stories of these beautiful dogs, then it will be an absolute privilege to give it my all. I can’t wait to share the joy of their searches for new loving forever homes and hopefully make lots of furry friends of my own along the way!”

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