The broadcaster revealed that the new host of celebrities will take its best step from September 18.
The BBC shared the news in a video tweet on Friday. Tom Fletcher, MacFly star He will be competing on the dance floor this year, holding a paddle with a score of 15.
The accompanying message said: “The countdown continues! There are only 15 days left until Tom Fletcher and our #Strict Stars arrive on the dance floor.
– BBC Strictly ✨ (bbbcstrictly) September 3, 2021.
In the upcoming series, stars including comedian Robert Webb, loose women’s panelist Judy Lowe and Olympic champion swimmer Adam Petty will work on their dance skills.
Also competing are former rugby player Yugo Mone, East End actress Nina Wadia, Television Presented by AJ Odo, Dragons Dean Investor Sarah Davis, Coronation Street Star Katie McGlynn, BBC Breakfast Presenter Dan Walker, TV presenter Tilly Ramsay, CBC host Rice Stephenson and actors. Greg Wise..
East End actress Rose Isling Ellis. The first deaf contestants to appear in the series.
Former back-to-back winner John White will go on another dance floor for Strictly as part of another men’s pair.
The upcoming series will see Anton Do Beck changing his dance shoes to a full-time role on the judging panel.
The 55-year-old professional dancer, who decided for two weeks during the 2020 series, will join the panel along with Craig Revel Hooverwood, Motsy Mabos and Shirley Balas.
He will take on the role of Bruno Tonioli, who is unable to participate due to travel uncertainties due to epidemics as he lives in the United States and is also a judge on the American series Dancing with the Stars.
Joining the lineup will also be four new professional dancers – Kai Woodrington, from the Irish version of Dancing with the Stars, former Dance Germany professional Nikita Kozmin, South African Latin champion Cameron Lombard and the Greatest Dancer winner. Joyta Prestel.
It was previously announced that the new series would not make the usual annual Blackpool tour for the traditional episode, which will be broadcast live from the famous Tower Ballroom.
Strictly Less Dancing will be broadcast on BBC One on September 18.