A new reality show from the BBC strictly team is set to air on Taliban TV.
'Strictly No Dancing' premiers on Taliban TV for 11 weeks featuring 12 sets of couples who will not dance together on an elimination basis. Each week, the couple who don't dance the best apart will be shot until the final where there will be a no dance-off between the final pairing.
Compare Bruce Fivesythe, who has bought a new wig for the occasion, was said to be thrilled to be asked to compare the show. He said that compared to the BBC's "Strictly Come Dancing", it will be an absolute doddle.
The four judges, Len Badman, Brunio Tonywholly, Arlene Phillips-Bangolafson and Craig Revel Roses Quality-Streetz, will be looking, under gunpoint, for the couple who manage to stay the furthest away from each other during the individual dance routines.
The show's producer, Mullah Basketcase, said that the new show was an integral part of the Taliban's new public face where they wanted to prove to the infidel West that they are not just a bunch of lunatic, oppressive basket-cases living in the 6th Century, with the only modern vestages being guns, mobile phones and cars with smoked glass.