The full line-up of Strictly Come Dancing celebrities is not provided.
Fifteen celebrities are ready to hiss in their sequins as they whip on the fake tan, dazzling teeth whitener and an extreme dancing grin.
Last year Joe McFadden saw the trophy rise with his partner Katya Jones, with runners on Gemma Atkinson, Alexandra Burke and Debbie McGee winning over the nation.
And this winter sees a wonderful mix of TV stars, athletes and seventies pop stars – so who takes home the beloved glitter ball?
Here is the dizzying line-up complete:
Mother of three Susannah was the last. Tightly confirmed star.
The TV star said: "I hope to prove that pigs can fly (dance), sick of nerves and irritating with excitement."
Susannah, 56, is a TV presenter, fashion journalist, style consultant, author and designer.
Susannah began her career in fashion for Giorgio Armani and John Galliano before meeting Trinny Woodall in 1994, with whom she then wrote a weekly fashion column for the Daily Telegraph that ran for seven years.
The couple continued to host the hugely successful BBC One show & # 39; What Not to Wear & # 39; from 2001 to 2005 and then moved to ITV to make Trinny & Susannah Undress, and Undress the Nation, they also often appeared as make-over stylists on The Oprah Winfrey show.
It is estimated that the different style advice books from Trinny & Susannah have sold more than 2.5 million copies in Great Britain and the United States.
Susannah's debut novel, After the Snow, was released with great acclaim last year and the paperback was released this fall, she is currently writing the sequel that will be released in 2019.
Former EastEnders star Charles Venn confirmed the fourteenth glory for the brand new Strictly Come Dancing series.
Charles, who played Kim Fox's love affair Ray Dixon in EastEnders, said he really wanted to wear his dance shoes.
The 45-year-old said: "It is really a pleasure to be a participant in Strictly Come Dancing, to be associated with a show that has such a huge following excitement and makes me feel scared!
"Dancing to Strictly will be quite a challenge, but life is all about testing yourself, so there is a lot to look forward to, let the games begin!"
Father of two Charles also played nurse Jacob Masters in Casualty and Tremaine Gidigbi in Footballers & # 39; Wives. The news was unveiled this morning at ITV & # 39; s Good Morning Britain.
Paralympian Lauren Steadman has become the 13th celebrity to be announced.
Lauren is a double World Champian Paratriathlete, paralympic silver medalist and six times European champion.
The Paralympian was born without her right arm, but she enjoyed overcoming these barriers and began her sports career in swimming at the age of 11.
She participated in her first international competition when she was 13 and 14. She went to the Paralympic Games in Beijing and switched from swimming to triathlon after London 2012.
Blue singer Lee Ryan was unveiled on Loose Women as one of the participants for Strictly. Panellists Jane Moore and Stacey Solomon helped him walk through the aisle in the studio while wearing a sparkling helmet to hide his identity.
After much lamenting the secret, Lee removed his disguise. He confessed to the ladies that he had used the dance lessons at the drama school, so he will be confronted with his fears of participating in the show.
He has already had some training from bandmate Simon Webbe, who participated in Strictly in 2014.
Comedian Sean, 32, is excited to participate, but is more than a bit scared.
He said: "After seeing video's of me on friends' phones tonight, I can safely say that I am petrified but also so excited.
"I am really looking forward to the lifts, the Lycra and the laughter, although Craig would probably say" dancing is not a joke of dahhhhling … & # 39; "
News broadcaster Kate Silverton, a familiar face on BBC News, has signed up for the BBC dance competition.
The bosses have been trying for years to recruit the mother of two, 48, who is the big fan of the show.
An insider told The Sun: "Kate has been at the top of the producer's wish list for more than a decade.
"But she has always placed her career and family above everything else.
"Now she polishes her dancing shoes and can not wait to start."
Former Pussycat Doll Ashley was the ninth celeb confirmed for the show.
One source told de Spiegel: "Ashley is already a favorite favorite because of her dance experience with the dolls and as a dancer.
"Although she may not have done much ballroom or Latin, it is certain that she can quickly create a choreography and her rhythm."
The eighth celebrity to be confirmed was Stacey Dooley.
The presenter of the documentary, 31, said she was very happy to join and joked that her mother was going into excitement & # 39; exploding & # 39 ;.
Stacey is one of the most celebrated documentary presenters on the BBC.
She became famous in 2008 when she was flown to developing countries together with other young Britons to investigate the working conditions in factories for Blood, Sweets and T-shirts.
The then 21-year-old star made such an impression on TV bosses that in 2009 she was offered her own BBC3 series Stacey Dooley Investigates.
For the series, Stacey interviews criminals, child soldiers, drug dealers and prostitutes in remote locations such as Kenya, Congo, Cambodia and Mexico.
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Famous for sharing his medical advice on the ITV bank and singing children about illness on CBeebies, the doctor will exchange his stethoscope for the sequins.
He hopes to let impulses race as he follows in the footsteps of This Morning Ruth Langsford on the Saturday night show.
An insider told the Mirror: "He is the favorite of a housewife on ITV during the day, so he will certainly have great support when he goes to the dance floor."
Graeme Swann is the latest cricket star to put on his dance shoes in an effort to win the glitter ball.
The English cricket player, 39, will follow in the footsteps of Mark Ramprakash, who won Strictly in 2006, and Darren Gough of the 2005 series.
Apart from his success on the field, Graeme is known for his antics outside the field.
In 2011 he was released from drunk driving after being stopped by the police on the way to a supermarket the previous year.
He told them he was on his way to a 24-hour supermarket to buy screwdrivers – while his cat was stuck under his floorboards.
DJ Vick Hope made her time known Strict during her radio broadcast Capital on 15 August.
The glam-DJ will not be hit by the Strictly curse while she has dumped her boyfriend in the long run just before she signed up for the hit celebrity dance show.
The Sunday Mirror revealed that Vick from Tom Rosenthal, the star of the Plebs series, had been blown and accused a 'quarter life crisis & # 39; for the change of his heart.
She also admitted she is at a crossroads about her career and longed for a job where she could learn something new every day – with Strictly Come Dancing just right.
YouTube sensation Joe is the fourth star to be confirmed for the line-up.
The 26-year-old social media star goes on his YouTube channels under the name Thatcher Joe and is the younger brother of millionaire YouTuber Zoe Sugg – who goes through Zoella.
Zoella and her friend, YouTube star Alfie Deyes, are apparently also ready to attend the show "every week" to support her brother.
Joe has more than 25 million subscribers through his channels – which gives him a lot of good when it comes to the Strictly voting process.
"My knowledge of dance is not the best, so I am completely open to it," he admitted before the launch.
And what about his approaching Strictly makeover? "I feel pretty nervous, I just hope they have children's sizes, because I'm small!"
Red Dwarf star Danny will wear his dance shoes for the BBC competition this year.
Speaking before his appearance on the show, Danny said: "After having spent the last couple of months riding motorcycling through pink leather in South America, I am absolutely thrilled to be able to get back on two feet and to be more comfortable can be like glittery spandex. "
Danny, 57, is best known for playing Cat in the sci-fi comedy series Red Dwarf, but also played in a number of other BBC series including Death In Paradise and M.C. from CBBC. High.
He also has 25 years of dance experience and played in Starlight Express.
Steps singer Faye has signed up this year, and sources say she will be a real contender
Faye is no stranger to the West End and has played in many theatrical productions, including a musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber for the production of a woman.
Faye, 42, has been married for nine years with the second man Michael Smith.
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Bandmate Claire Richards, 40, rejected all chances to fall for the Strictly curse, and told the Sunday people: "Oh God, everyone talks about it all the time.
"I was at her wedding and she is very happily married, she will be great at it."
Katie has been confirmed as the first participant in the 2018 series. When she shared the news at BBC Breakfast on 13 August, she said: "Thank you very much, it was so hard to keep the secret!"
"The only person I have told me is my husband via SMS and he thought I was joking!" she revealed, admitting that she worried about her last natural rhythm.
"I already know how much a great experience it will be for me and I can not wait to show my girls a few of my new dance moves," said the mother-of-two.
"I'm nervous about putting on my dancing shoes, but can not wait to learn a new skill and have the Strictly-tan and make-over!"
When will Strictly return?
Strictly Come Dancing starts later this month.
Meanwhile, the launch show is being filmed on Friday, August 31 – the first time viewers will see the celebrities dance with their pros in a group dance for the very first time.