Strictly Come Dancing contestants will be taking to the dance floor again in September.
The celebrity line-up is finally complete, with the likes of Peter Andre, Jamelia and Ainsley Harriott preparing to don their glitzy costumes and dancing shoes for the heated ballroom competition.
It remains unknown who will be paired with which professional dancer, but take a look at whose waltzes and salsas you'll be judging:
Who?: Sports broadcaster, currently on Sky Sports News
Dancing experience: Nothing notable, but she harbours a dream of being a flamenco dancer and Brucie is a close family friend.
She says: "Sport and fitness have always been a big part of my life but dancing is an entirely new challenge for me! I can't wait to get started!"
Who?Athlete and The One Show presenter
Dancing experience: He claims to be rubbish at dancing, but unofficially entered breakdancing contests at school and did Let's Dance for Sport's Relief.
He says: "I can't believe I'm swapping my running spikes for dancing shoes. I used to be quick at running around the track and I'm just hoping my dance partner doesn't leave me behind!"
Who?: Call The Midwife actress
Dancing experience: She trained in Musical Theatre at The Royal Academy of Music. Sounds like she'll know what she's doing.
She says: "I can't wait to get my tan and sequins on".
Who?: Singer and Loose Women host.
Dancing experience: Apparently dancing is "not her forté", although her video for "Superstar" tells a different story.
She says: "My girls are amazing dancers so I definitely want to learn a new skill so that I'll be able to give them a run for their money, and end them teasing me [about my dancing] once and for all!"
Dancing experience: She likes to boogey on down to Beyonce.
She says: “So many elements of Strictly terrify me but I shall try and think #BeyonceAlwaysOnBeat as I hit the dance floor. I'm so excited to indulge that fantasy and hopefully learn some mean moves in the process."
Who?: Part of former boy band The Wanted
Dancing experience: Swaying and jumping around in videos for hit singles including "Glad You Came" and "Chasing the Sun".
He says: “My family are such huge Strictly fans, I know I've made them very happy by taking part - I can’t wait to get started! I love to dance but this is going to be so different from anything I have done before, I'm up for it!"
Who: Professional boxer who won bronze at the 2012 Olympics
Dancing Experience: He's used to physical training, even if it's not dancing. It's fair to say the boxer should be able to throw some serious weight around the dance floor.
He says: “I've faced a lot of tough opposition in the past, but I've never faced anyone as tough as the Strictly judges before! My Mum is a massive fan of the show so I will be trying my hardest to make her proud.”
Who: Irish crooner and TV presenter
Dancing experience: Gentle swaying on stage to classic country songs.
He says: "I love to dance and boy am I looking forward to getting started and being the best that I can be!"
Who: The singer turned reality TV star needs no introduction. We all know who this Strictly contestant is, for once.
Dancing experience: He's had experience of getting the moves down for routines to "Mysterious Girl" and "Flava", among other hits.
He says: "I’m flattered to have been asked to take part before, but due to certain work commitments was unable to. I now feel the time is right to give it a go - everything has just clicked into place to do it this year."
Who: BBC Breakfast Weather Presenter
Dancing experience: She has previously sung and danced on TV, and participated in special routines for Children in Need.
She says: “I can't wait to learn to dance and hope my experience on Strictly will be a breeze, whether it will be or not is one forecast I cannot predict!”
Who: The BBC Proms presenter
Dancing Experience: "I'm a typical wedding dancer...Two glasses of Prosecco and I'm truly fabulous. Or so I think."
She says: "Strictly Come Dancing is a national treasure. I'm extremely excited to be part of such a wonderful show."
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Who: Former Coronation Street actress who played Katy Armstrong in the soap. She has also appeared in Life on Mars, Doctors, Casualty, Heartbeat, Emmerdale and This Is England '86.
Dancing experience: A fair amount. The actress says she enjoys dancing, but it is not known if she has received formal training.
They say: "I love dancing and I love a challenge so this is the perfect experience for me."
Who: Linda Carter in EastEnders (in character above)
Dancing experience: She trained as an actor at the Sylvia Young Theatre school, which presumably involved some dance tuition as well.
They say: "If I said 'no' [to the show] Linda Carter would never forgive me!"
Who: Celebrity chef extraordinaire, still hanging around from the late Nineties.
Dancing experience: Gliding around the kitchen
They say: "In my day job the only type of Salsa I know about is the one in my recipes"
Who: Veteran broadcaster and journalist.
Dancing experience: Minimum
They say: "Now I just need to find some dancing shoes and identify my left foot."
More Strictly Come Dancing contestants will be announced in the next two weeks.
Strictly Come Dancing past winners
Strictly Come Dancing past winners
1/12 Caroline Flack
Caroline Flack triumphed ahead of Frankie Bridge, Mark Wright and Simon Webbe to lift the 2014 Glitter Ball trophy with Pasha Kovalev.
2/12 Abbey Clancey
Model Abbey Clancy won the 2013 series with her dance partner Aljaz Skorjanec.
3/12 Louis Smith
Last year's winner was Olympic gymnastics bronze medallist Louis Smith, who took part fresh from the glory of the London games. He won Strictly with Flavia Cacace after Girls Aloud's Kimberley Walsh, Denise Van Outen and Danni Harmer challenged him in the final.
4/12 Harry Judd
McFly drummer Harry Judd and his partner Aliona Vilani took the trophy in 2011 after seeing off competition from Jason Donavan. He had previously won a Children in Need special of Strictly, in which he beat The Saturdays' Rochelle Wiseman to the title.
5/12 Kara Tointon
EastEnders star Kara Tointon was the second actress to win Strictly in 2010, partnered with debut professional Artem Chigvintsev. She has appeared in Pygmalion in the West End with Rupert Everett.
6/12 Chris Hollins
News presenter and sportsman Chris Hollins won in 2009 with Ola Jordan to beat actor Ricky Whittle to the crown. He managed to avoid the dance-off for the entirety of his run. He presented the BBC Breakfast sports news while appearing on Strictly.
7/12 Tom Chambers
Holby City actor Tom Chambers won in 2008 with Camilla Dallerup, who was competing in her last series of the show. Model Lisa Snowdon and S Club star Rachel Stevens lost out in the final. He currently stars in the West End.
8/12 Alesha Dixon
Singer and former Strictly judge Alesha Dixon was crowned champion of the 5th series in 2007. She won with Matthew Cutler after a close final with Matt Di Angelo. She holds the record for the highest average score in Strictly history with 36.5, despite never achieving a perfect 40 points. She joined the judging panel from 2009 to 2011 and is now on Britain's Got Talent.
9/12 Mark Ramprakash
Proving that cricketers can flourish on Strictly, Mark Ramprakash followed Darren Gough's footsteps to win Strictly in 2006 with dance partner Karen Hardy. Rugby player Matt Dawson lost out to him in the final.
10/12 Darren Gough
Cricketer Darren Gough won the third series with Lilia Kopylova, defeating athlete Colin Jackson and presenter Zoe Ball. Gough never finished top of the judges' leaderboard but was still crowned champion by the public! He now co-presents a talkSPORT radio show.
11/12 Jill Halfpenny
EastEnders actress Jill Halfpenny won the second 2004 series with Darren Bennett after beating off competition from comedian Julian Clary and Olympian Denise Lewis. She still holds the highest score for a Jive in Strictly history, scoring the full 40 points from the judges. She now has a West End theatre career.
12/12 Natasha Kaplinsky
Newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky was the first winner to lift the glitterball trophy with her dance partner Brendan Cole in 2004, beating EastEnders actor Christopher Parker in the final.