Former England footballer John Barnes and actress Stephanie Beacham are among the stars lined up for the fifth series of BBC One's Strictly Come Dancing.
John Barnes will compete against Stephanie Beacham in the show
Actress and model Kelly Brook, rock star Rod Stewart's wife Penny and snooker player Willie Thorne are also joining next month's series.
Sports presenter Gabby Logan also features, with her Scottish rugby star husband Kenny.
Cricketer Mark Ramprakash won last year's series of the show.
The series pairs 14 celebrities with professional dancers, with viewers voting for their favourites each week.
THE STRICTLY MEN
(dancing with Nicole Cutler)
(with Karen Hardy)
Matt Di Angelo
(with Flavia Cacace)
(with Camilla Dallerup)
(with Lilia Kopylova)
(with Ola Jordan)
(with Erin Boag)
Former EastEnders star Letitia Dean, singer Alesha Dixon and GMTV presenter Kate Garraway complete the show's female line-up.
Actor Brian Capron - best known for playing serial killer Richard Hillman in Coronation Street - joins EastEnders star Matt Di Angelo, Blue Peter host Gethin Jones and TV presenter Dominic Littlewood are the other men taking part in the series.
Bookmaker Ladbrokes made Brook and Di Angelo 5/1 favourites to win the series, with Jones, Barnes and Dixon at 6/1.
Beacham, Thorne and Littlewood were marked down as 16/1 outsiders.
THE STRICTLY WOMEN
Stephanie Beacham (dancing with Vincent Simone)
(with Brendan Cole)
Letitia Dean (with Darren Bennett)
(with Matthew Cutler)
(with Anton Du Beke)
(with Ian Waite)
(with James Jordan)
Judges Len Goodman, Craig Revel Horwood, Arlene Phillips and Bruno Tonioli also return along with presenters Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly.
Forsyth said: "It's hard to believe this is the fifth series and the show goes from strength to strength. So many people I meet can't wait for it to return."
The daily spin-off show Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two will also return to BBC Two with Claudia Winkleman.
Proceeds from phone votes will go to Children In Need, which has already raised £4.7m from previous series.