We can hear the theme tune already and there's just a matter of hours until Strictly Come Dancing 2021 begins.

The hit BBC One show is back tonight (Saturday) with 15 brand new celebrities set to take to the ballroom.

Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman will once again be back to navigate the Strictly juggernaut.

The judges will also be back to cast a beady eye over the celebrities moves.

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Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse and head judge Shirley Ballas will be back on the panel alongside a very familiar face.

Anton Du Beke will be stepping back as a pro dancer this year and taking up a seat on the judging panel after a brief, yet successful, stint last year.

Saturday night is the big launch show where the celebrities will be paired with their professional partners and begins at 7.45pm on BBC One.

The official competition will begin the following Saturday, September 25.

The full line-up

So, who is hoping to win the Glitterball trophy this year?

Here's the full Strictly Come Dancing 20201 line-up:

Singer Tom is currently favourite to win - before he has even stepped foot in the ballroom.

Betfair spokesperson Sam Rosbottom said: “On the eve of the UK’s most glamorous show starting, Tom Fletcher is the 4/1 favourite to waltz his way to the Glitterball trophy, while Rose Ayling-Ellis (11/2) and Rhys Stephenson (6/1) are close on his heels.

"Adam Peaty is 10/1 to follow up Olympic Gold with the Stricly crown, while Robert Webb is 8/1 and AJ Odudu 10/1."

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