This year's Strictly Come Dancing has kicked off with the stars of the season paired off with professional dancers at the launch show.
Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas and Motsi Mabuse are our returning judges this year alongside new addition Anton Du Beke, who was the show's longest serving professional dancer before joining the panel.
Presenters Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman are back on the BBC to present the glitziest show on TV as we see 15 couples battle it out to win the crown.
Here are your pairings.
Robert Webb and Dianne Buswell
The first Strictly partnership announced is Peep Show star Robert Webb with Diane Buswell.
Diane revealed their first dance will be the Cha-Cha to Rasputin.
Dianne previously came in second place with her now-partner Joe Sugg in 2018.
She has also been paired up with Reverend Richard Coles, Dev Griffin and Max George.
Katie McGlynn and Gorka Marquez
Former Corrie actress Katie McGlynn has been paired with Gorka Marquez.
Gorka has managed to reach the finales twice before, but has never walked away with a victory - third time lucky, perhaps?
Gorka has previously come in second place twice on the show, with Alexandra Burke in 2017 and Maisie Smith in 2020.
Rhys Stephenson and Nancy Xu
CBeebies presenter Rhys Stephenson is partnered up with Nancy Xu. This is the first time that Nancy has ever had a celebrity dance partner on the show.
Nancy was previously a West End star and a finalist in the U21 World Championships in 2010.
Sara Davies and Aljaž Škorjanec
Dragons Den star Sara said she was thrilled to be partnered with Aljaž Škorjanec.
Aljaž previously won the show in the eleventh series alongside Abbey Clancy.
He also was runner-up in the fifteenth series with Gemma Atkinson.
His other partners have included Alison Hammond, Helen George, Daisy Lowe, Kate Silverton, Emma Weymouth and Clara Amfo.
Dan Walker and Nadiya Bychkova
BBC Breakfast host Dan Walker has been paired up with Ukrainian-Slovenian dancer Nadiya Bychkova, a multiple-time Slovenian Ballroom and Latin Champion and two-time World and European Champion.
Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice
This pairing is making history as Rose is the first ever deaf contestant on Strictly as she is partnered with Giovani Pernice.
Giovanni had previously been paired on the show with Georgia May Foote, Laura Whitmore, Debbie McGee, Faye Tozer, Michelle Visage, and Ranvir Singh.
Adam Peaty and Katya Jones
The Olympian and world-renowned swimmer Adam Peaty has been paired up with Russian professional dancer Katya Jones, who previously won with Joe McFadden in 2017.
Last year, Katya was paired in the show’s first same-sex couple with another Olympic legend - champion boxer Nicola Adams OBE.
AJ Odudu and Kai Widdrington
Television presenter AJ Odudu has been paired up with a new professional dancer for the show in the form of 26-year-old Kai Widdrington, who was a Junior World Latin American champion in 2010.
Kai has previously appeared on the Irish version of Dancing with the Stars, whilst also reaching the final of Britain’s Got Talent series six.
Greg Wise and Karen Hauer
The Crown actor Greg Wise has been paired with Venezuelan Latin dance specialist and World Mambo champion Karen Hauer.
She has been part of the show since its tenth series and was last year paired with Jamie Laing and made it to the final.
Judi Love and Graziano Di Prima
Loose Women panellist and comedienne Judi Love has been paired up with Italian dancer Graziano Di Prima.
Graziano was last paired up with a celebrity for series 16 and was partnered with Vick Hope but they finished in 12th place.
John Whaite and Johannes Radebe
The Great British Bake Off star John Whaite has been paired with South African dancer Johannes Radebe in the show’s first male same-sex pairing.
Johannes was previously paired up with Catherine Tyldesley and Caroline Quentin.
Neil Jones and Nina Wadia
Former EastEnders actress Nina Wadia has been paired up with flame-haired British dancer Neil Jones.
Despite joining the show in 2016, Neil has only been partnered with a celebrity once - with former England footballer Alex Scott in the 2019 series and they finished in fifth place.
Tom Fletcher and Amy Dowden
McFly star Tom Fletcher has been paired up with Welsh dancer Amy Dowden.
Amy came in second place in 2019 with Karim Zeroual.
She has also been paired up with Brian Conley, Danny John-Jules, and JJ Chalmers.
Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kumzin
TV chef and presenter Tilly Ramsay has been paired up with Ukrainian dancer Nikita Kuzmin.
This is Nikita’s first series as part of Strictly and he previously worked for judge Motsi Mabuse’s dance company in Germany.
Ugo Monye and Oti Mabuse
Rugby legend Ugh Money has been paired up with South African dancer Oti Mabuse.
Oti has won the show for the past two years in a row with both Kevin Fletcher and Bill Bailey.
In the fourteenth series, Oti also came in second place with Danny Mac.
Strictly Come Dancing returns next Saturday at 7pm on BBC One.