Who's on Strictly Come Dancing 2017? Meet this year's contestants and cast

Strictly Come Dancing celebrities revealed

The Strictly Come Dancing 2017 celebrities are now all confirmed and here's who's on Strictly this year.

The BBC has been announcing new celebrities for the Strictly 2017 cast daily and now ahead of the launch show tonight.

Now we have all the names on the confirmed line up of 15 celebs.

Who's on Strictly Come Dancing 2017?

Last month, Mollie King became the very first name officially confirmed for the Strictly Come Dancing 2017 line up. The Saturdays' star confirmed the news live on BBC Radio 1's Breakfast show with Nick Grimshaw.

Actor Davood Ghadami became the next name to be officially revealed on the Strictly line up by the BBC. Best known for his role as Kush Kazemi in EastEnders, Davood said, “Having the opportunity to take part in this year’s Strictly is such an honour.

Reverend Richard Coles, Holby City actor Joe McFadden and soap actress Gemma Atkinson join them on the confirmed cast of Strictly this year.

Also confirmed in August were host of ITV's This Morning and regular Loose Women panellist Ruth Langsford and TV host and celeb chef Simon Rimmer.


Celebrity number 8 on Strictly Come Dancing is none other than JLS singer and former X Factor finalist Aston Merrygold while the the next confirmed celeb is Susan Calman, a Scottish comedian, broadcaster and a regular contributor to BBC Radio 4 as well as BBC One TV shows.

Celeb number 10 was confirmed as Brian Conley, a comedian, actor and television presenter with a career spanning over 40 years.

The revelations concluded starting with Charlotte Hawkins who broke her own news about joining Strictly as she hosted ITV's Good Morning Britain.

Holby City actress Chizzy Akudolu was next to be unveiled before the final trio were announced live on The One Show: X Factor winner turned West End star Alexandra Burke, Paralympian Jonnie Peacock, and Debbie McGee, TV personality, presenter and the widow of magician Paul Daniels.

Strictly Come Dancing starts this weekend on BBC One.


The show begins with its usual launch episode on Saturday, September 9 at 7PM.

The live shows will then kick off later in the month.