Strictly Come Dancing's back! There are three new guy dancers who'll be teaching the celebs to strut their stuff. Here's your guide to this year's wannabe waltzers...
First up is Tina O'Brien. She first found fame playing young mum Sarah Platt on Coronation Street, but has since joined the cast of Waterloo Road.
Recognise Michelle Williams? She's spent years dancing alongside Beyonce in Destiny's Child - one of the biggest girl groups of all time - so she should be used to learning routines.
Sports stars usually do pretty well on Strictly, so Welsh rugby player Gavin Henson will be hoping to follow in their footsteps.
Kara Tointon used to play Dawn Swann on EastEnders. She's already an early favourite after winning a special Sport Relief edition of the show in 2008.
Another familiar face for EastEnders fans... Scott Maslen, who plays Jack Branning on the show.
The new series kicks off on Saturday 11 September when you'll be able to see who all the celebs, including writer and clinical psychologist Pamela Stephenson, are paired up with.
Matt Baker used to be a Blue Peter presenter. He was also a junior British gymnast, but will that help him on the dancefloor?
Check out this purple pair. Actor Jimi Mistry starred in EastEnders before heading to Hollywood to make films. Patsy Kensit is an actress who first appeared on TV aged four!
Goldie is a DJ whose real name is Clifford Price, but will he be able to make the leap from dance music to ballroom moves?
At 72 years old, TV magician Paul Daniels is one of the show's oldest ever dancers! Peter Shilton is a record-breaking former England goalie who played in three World Cups.
Have former Conservative politician Ann Widdecombe and actress Felicity Kendal got what it takes to wow the judges? Find out in the first live shows on 1 and 2 October.