Strictly Come Dancing fans have shared their joy at the show’s return, but also voiced confusion at the opening routine’s “ironic” backing track.The 18th series kicked off on BBC One with a dance to Rozalla’s ‘Everybody’s Free’, to the bafflement of some viewers.Social media users asked whether the “bold” song choice was a joke given the tightening up of coronavirus lockdown restrictions across the UK.“Strictly starting with ‘Everybody’s Free’ when we are all hiding in our bunkers,” one Twitter user commented.“Top trolling #BBCStrictly, opening the show with Everybody's Free when that couldn't be further from the truth,” another tweeted.“I’m sure it’s supposed to be uplifting (and music was probably cleared yonks ago) but helluva time to be
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