Who's on the Strictly Come Dancing 2018 line up? Here's a recap of all the confirmed celebrity contestants.
With Strictly's 2018 series on its way there has been lots of speculation over who will be on the cast of celebrities.
A number of all star contestants have now been announced for Strictly Come Dancing in 2018 from vloggers to comics.
In all, fifteen names will be taking to the ballroom this year.
Here's a run down of the FULL Strictly Come Dancing 2018 line up...
Strictly Come Dancing 2018 contestants
Faye is best known for her part in the UK’s most successful mixed-sex pop group of all time, Steps. Formed in 1997 they went on to release over 17 singles and four studio albums selling over 20 million records in the UK, Europe, Asia, Australasia and the US in a five year period.
Danny John-Jules is a British actor most famous for playing the character Cat in the sci-fi comedy series, Red Dwarf - one of the most well-known sci-fi franchises on the planet - and arguably the most popular science-fiction comedy ever created.
Katie is a best-selling international author, inspirational speaker, TV presenter and charity campaigner. Katie made the decision to share her story in a remarkable film for the Cutting Edge strand on Channel 4 called Katie: My Beautiful Face, which was nominated for Best Single Documentary at the Bafta Television Awards in 2010.
YouTuber Joe Sugg will join the Strictly Come Dancing 2018 line up, it's been confirmed. The vlogger, brother of fellow online celeb Zoella, will be the first YouTuber to appear on the BBC One series.
Radio DJ and TV presenter Vick Hope has reportedly signed up for Strictly Come Dancing. Vick is a DJ on Capital FM and recently worked as digital host for The Voice UK.
England cricketer Graeme Swann has reportedly signed up for Strictly Come Dancing. The bowler is the latest cricketer to take part in the series.
Dr Ranj Singh
Dr Ranj is one of the resident doctors on ITV’s This Morning, specialising in the wellbeing of young people, and still works shifts in A&E and the intensive care unit at his local NHS hospital. He is also the co-creating host of BAFTA award-winning CBeebies series, Get Well Soon and co-presenter of ITV's brand new prime-time series Save Money: Good Health.
Stacey Dooley is one of Britain's most celebrated documentary presenters who earlier this year was awarded an MBE for her services to broadcasting. Stacey has been making television programmes for nine years.
Kate Silverton is one of the most popular and accomplished broadcasters in the country. She is a main anchor for BBC News across the One, Six and Ten o’clock programmes.
Seann Walsh is one of the best live comedians working in the UK today. He is well-known for his role in Jack Dee’s ITV sitcom Bad Move, and is a regular face on TV with appearances as team captain on Virtually Famous and as a regular on Play To The Whistle.
Singer Lee is best known as part of boy band Blue and more recently appearing in EastEnders.
Lauren Steadman is a double World Champion Paratriathlete, Paralympic Silver medallist and six times European Champion. She was born missing her lower right arm, but this has only spurred her on to be the best she can be, and she relishes the challenge of overcoming these barriers.
Susannah Constantine is a television presenter, fashion journalist, style advisor, author and designer, known for her work with Trinny Woodall. The pair went on to co-host the hugely successful BBC One show ‘What Not to Wear’ from 2001 to 2005 and then moved to ITV to make Trinny & Susannah Undress, and Undress the Nation.
Charles Venn is an actor best known for his roles in Casualty (BBC One) as nurse Jacob Masters, in EastEnders (BBC One) as Ray Dixon, in Dream Team (Sky One) as Curtis Alexander and Footballers’ Wives (ITV) as Tremaine Gidigbi.
Strictly Come Dancing 2018 airs on BBC One.