BBC has revealed the first details of the second series of So You Think You Can Dance, due to start on the channel later this month. The dancing reality show will return with the exact same panel and host as the first series as another batch of hopefuls battle it out in a bid to be crowned "Britain's Favourite Dancer" - and scoop a £100k prize!
Cat Deely returns to front the primetime BBC One reality show, while Nigel Lythgoe is joined on the judging panel by former Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene Phillips, choreographer Sisco Gomez and ex-Popstar Louise Redknapp.
The first series of the show, broadcast in January of last year, was won by Jazz dancer Charlie Bruce who is now performing in the West End.
The first of three audition shows is expected to start on March 26, followed by a run of live shows which will see the top 20 dancers compete by taking on a range of routines including hip-hop, contemporary and ballet.