Judge Bruno Tonioli Tells Strictly Come Dancing Pros To Stop Complaining

Apparently, the pros of “Strictly Come Dancing” in the UK want more money!!! Bruno Tonioli’s response is hilarious. Below is more from The Mirror….

Strictly’s Bruno Tonioli has told the show’s pro dancers to foxtrot off if they are unhappy with their pay.

The judge, 59, challenged them to quit, after some – including Brendan Cole – complained about their haul, which is thought to be about £30,000 a series.

Bruno admitted the money he got from Strictly was not “life changing” and that rivals ITV paid more.

But he said: “Those are the terms of the negotiations. If you don’t like it, stop moaning and f*** off.”

He added: “The BBC will never pay the kind of fees that ITV will pay. There are certain fees you won’t get at the BBC, as a dancer ITV always pays more than the BBC, that’s just the way it is.”

The star said: “Strictly has not made me a millionaire. I still live in the same apartment I bought in 1991, before Strictly. But I never moan. The BBC do a wonderful job.”

You can read the full story at The Mirror.