The line-up for the 2018 series of Strictly Come Dancing is gradually being unveiled.
Here are the stars who are confirmed to be taking to the dancefloor.
The 25-year-old, a double World Champion Paratriathlete, Paralympic Silver medallist and six times European Champion, said she was excited “to swap my triathlon kit for dancing shoes and sequins!”
The boy band singer, who has been seen on TV as EastEnders bad boy Woody Woodward, is the second member of Blue to compete in Strictly. In 2014, his fellow band member Simon Webbe took part and was runner-up in the series alongside his professional partner Kristina Rihanoff.
He is known for appearing in ITV sitcom Bad Move alongside Jack Dee and he recently made his US television debut on Conan O’Brien’s talk show.
She will be hoping to better the efforts of her former BBC Breakfast co-host Bill Turnbull, who participated in the show’s third series, finishing sixth with professional dancer Karen Hardy.
She has since taken part in I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! and The Jump, and appeared as a judge on Dancing On Ice. She said she will put her “heart and soul” into her new adventure.
She has since travelled to Syria to present the critically acclaimed BBC Three documentary Stacey Dooley On The Frontline: Girls, Guns And Isis, and said: “Typically, work for me is very serious and can be quite hardcore so I’m going to soak up the escapism and bathe in the sequins.”
Dr Ranj Singh
He follows in the footsteps of his This Morning co-star Ruth Langsford, who took part last year, and said: “Anyone that knows me knows that I love a bit of sparkle… so bring on the glitter!”
He was part of the victorious England team who claimed the Ashes back from Australia, where he delivered the winning wicket to secure the victory, and is now a popular commentator on Test Match Special for the BBC.
Swann has said he is “hoping to follow in the footsteps of the cricketers who’ve come before me who’ve either won the whole thing or had an absolute ball on the show”.
The Cambridge University graduate, who says it is a “huge honour” to join the show, also hosts 4Music Trending Live and Box Fresh and has fronted Sky One’s Carnage alongside Freddie Flintoff and Lethal Bizzle.
His videos consist of challenges, pranks, impressions and gaming but he is also the author of the graphic novel series Username: Evie and says that the dancing programme is “totally out of my comfort zone”.
He is also recognisable for playing policeman Dwayne Myers in the long-running BBC hit crime drama Death In Paradise, and Barrington in the BBC comedy Maid Marian And Her Merry Men. He said he is excited to embrace the “glittery spandex” of Strictly.
After they disbanded in 2001, she started a career in the theatre but the group got back together in 2011 and embarked on a sell-out tour. Tozer has said being on Strictly is a “dream come true”.
The mother of two young daughters, she has said she is excited to show her children her dance moves.