The Only Way Is Essex star turned ITV presenter Mark Wright is one of 15 celebrities battling it out in the ballroom to be crowned this years' Strictly Come Dancing champion.
Wright, who is engaged to former Coronation Street star Michelle Keegan, has the nickname "Markey no-moves" on account of his bad dancing skills but he said: "I'm the sort of guy who loves to bust some moves as a party."
Swapping the Xtra Factor for the dancefloor is presenter Caroline Flack, who famously dated One Direction's Harry Styles after meeting him on the ITV talent show.
Also dusting off her dancing shoes is This Morning's celebrity reporter Alison Hammond who said she is "absolutely overjoyed" to be on the show.
Pop star Pixie Lott, who perhaps has an unfair advantage after appearing in West End shows as well as her raunchy music videos, is already this year's favourite to win.
Hot on Pixie's heels is The Saturdays star Frankie Bridge, who has been strutting her stuff ever since she joined S Club Juniors aged just 12.
Former Blue member Simon Webbe is certainly no stranger to the dancefloor after appearing as a guest star on Strictly in the 2011 Christmas special.
Eastenders star Jake Wood, who plays womaniser Max Branning, is following in the footsteps of his Walford co-stars Jessie Wallace and Kara Tointon by appearing on the show.
Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills will have to juggle his training regime with hosting duties on his afternoon show.
Former Scottish international rugby player Thom Evans, who once dated Kelly Brook, says he cannot wait to tackle the ballroom challenge.
Andy Murray's mum Judy Murray will be taking centre stage for a change as she fulfills her ambition to appear on the show.
Masterchef presenter Gregg Wallace will also be showing off his twinkle toes in this year's line-up.
Casualty actress Sunetra Sarker , best known for playing Dr Zoe Hanna in the long-running medical drama, said the opportunity to swap her stethoscope for sequins was "just too tempting".
Bargain Hunt broadcaster Tim Wonnacott said he joined the show so he could take his wife dancing to celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary.
He said: "She loves dancing but it's never really been my speciality. I would love to pick up even just a few moves so that come our anniversary, I can take her out and show her a good time!"
Mrs Brown's Boys actress Jennifer Gibney and BAFTA-winning TV adventurer Steve Backshall make up the final two.
Jennifer said: "As a child I wrote to Blue Peter asking could I dance with Pan's People. Now at last I get a chance to earn my badge."
The new series of Strictly Come Dancing kicks off on BBC One on Sunday at 8pm.