Strictly Come Dancing 2018: See Joe Sugg and Dianne Buswell in training

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Here's a first look at Strictly Come Dancing 2018's Joe Sugg and Dianne Buswell in training.

The celebrities and their pro partners are currently hitting the training rooms for two weeks of intense rehearsals.

The celebs were partnered up with their professional dancers last Saturday night and will be performing live together for the first time later this month.

Vlogger Joe was partnered up with Dianne, who made her debut appearance on Strictly last year.

Perhaps hoping for better results than with Rev. Richard Coles, Dianne has been putting Joe through his paces.

The pair will be dancing the Jive as their very first routine.

"I'm super impressed with Joe's jive at the moment," Dianne says in the clip.

"It's a proper workout in terms of stamina and sweating basically," adds Joe.

The pair struggle with some hair in the microphone issues before Dianne points out Joe's long neck.

"He has a really attractive neck," she tells the cameras.

He remarks: "Shame about the rest of my body.

"My Neck's making up for a lack of length elsewhere on my body."

Strictly 2018's first live episode airs on Saturday, September 22. It will start at 6:15PM on BBC One.

Alongside Joe and Dianne, the couples starting Strictly Come Dancing 2018 are Oti Mabuse and Graeme Swann, Katya Jones and Seann Walsh, Janette Manrara and Dr Ranj Singh and Pasha Kovalev and Ashley Roberts.

They're joined by Giovanni Pernice and Faye Tozer, AljaĆŸ Ć korjanec and Kate Silverton and AJ Pritchard and Lauren Steadman.

Also on this year's series are Karen Clifton and Charles Venn, Graziano Di Prima and Vick Hope, Kevin Clifton and Stacey Dooley and Anton Du Beke and Susannah Constantine.

Rounding off the line up are Amy Dowden and Danny John-Jules, Gorka Marquez and Katie Piper and Nadiya Bychkova and Lee Ryan.

Strictly Come Dancing 2018's live shows begin Saturday, September 22 at 6:15PM.

As always, there will be no public vote in the first week however they will be marked by judges Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood, Darcey Bussell and Shirley Ballas.

Those marks will carry forward to the next week where one unlucky celeb will be the first to leave.

As always, the two couples with the lowest combined scores, from the judges and public vote, will face each other in the dance off, and one couple will leave the competition for good.

Strictly airs on BBC One.

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