Strictly Come Dancing POLL! Who is your early favourite? Vote here!

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The Strictly Come Dancing line up is confirmed - who is your VERY early favourite?

This weekend saw the first episode of Strictly 2019, as the celebrities were partnered up with their pro dancers.

The fifteen celebrity contestants then took to the dancefloor for the very first time for a big group dance.

The couples now have two weeks of training before they dance live for the first time and face the judges.

For now, vote for your early favourite of the Strictly Come Dancing couples below...

The couples starting Strictly Come Dancing 2019 include James Cracknell OBE & Luba Mushtuk, Karim Zeroual & Amy Dowden, Chris Ramsey & Karen Clifton and David James & Nadiya Bychkova.

Joining them are Catherine Tyldesley & Johannes Radebe, Saffron Barker & AJ Pritchard, Michelle Visage & Giovanni Pernice and Alex Scott MBE & Neil Jones.

Also paired up in the launch show were Emma Barton & Anton Du Beke, Viscountess Emma Weymouth & Aljaž Škorjanec and Anneka Rice & Kevin Clifton.

Completing the launch line up were Will Bayley MBE & Janette Manrara, Mike Bushell & Katya Jones and Dev Griffin & Dianne Buswell.

Meanwhile, Oti Mabuse has been paired with Emmerdale actor Kelvin Fletcher after her original partner Jamie Laing was forced to quit due to injury.

After the launch episode, Karim Zeroual is the new 3-1 favourite (from 7-1) to win Strictly Come Dancing with Star Sports bookmakers after impressing the viewers with his moves on the launch show on Saturday night.

The CBBC kids presenter, who has previous stage experience, was well supported with the Brighton bookie and is now the head of the betting, with Alex Scott and Emma Barton next in line.

"He looked the part and had all the right moves and we saw fortunes for Karim throughout the launch show, we now believe he is the one to beat this year," said Star spokesman, Gary Burton.

Strictly Come Dancing airs on BBC One Saturday and Sunday nights.

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