The first line up of celebs on BBC One's Let's Sing and Dance has been revealed ahead of next month's launch.
Let’s Dance for Comic Relief is back for Red Nose Day 2017, now bigger and better than ever before as it has been supersized into Let’s Sing and Dance for Comic Relief.
The show promises more celebrities donning more fantastic outfits and learning more iconic dance routines for Comic Relief, but this time the brave celebrities will be facing double the challenge – dancing and singing!
Let's Sing and Dance first line up
Astrologer Russell Grant performing the 1980’s iconic disco hit Chain Reaction by superstar diva Diana Ross.
Actress Sally Lindsay will be Noddy Holder singing the rock classic Cum On Feel The Noize by the legendary Slade.
Stand-up comedian and actress Sara Pascoe will take on a pop routine from one of the most viewed YouTube videos ever receiving over a billion views, the sensational chart-topping hit Chandelier by Sia.
Actresses Harriet Thorpe and Helen Lederer will perform one of ABBA’s greatest ever pop songs Dancing Queen which topped the charts worldwide.
And there will be a spectacular supergroup performance from The One Show reporters featuring Angellica Bell, Iwan Thomas, Alex Riley, Michelle Ackerley and Dominic Littlewood. Details of their performance will be revealed soon.
The celebrities will take to the stage to perform in front of a star-studded panel of judges. A different panel of guest stars and comedy royalty will join each week including Jo Brand, Jason Manford, Paul O’Grady, Frank Skinner, Jennifer Saunders and Claudia Winkleman.
The celebrity performers will face three live heats before a live grand finale. A combination of the viewers at home and the judging panel will decide who makes it through to the final, with the audience crowning the eventual winner, all in aid of Comic Relief.
Let’s Sing and Dance for Comic Relief is a four-part series and will start next month (March) on Saturday nights on BBC One. More celebrities and judges taking part will be announced in due course.
Red Nose Day is back on Friday 24 March 2017.