By SARAH FITZMAURICE and GEORGINA LITTLEJOHN

Glamour girls: Holly Valance is set to strut her stuff on this year's Strictly Come Dancing show

There isn’t a shortage of glamour in this year’s show with Australian actress Holly Valance, sexy Italian Nancy Dell’Olio and Sixties pop star Lulu showing off their twinkle toes.

Other lovely ladies lined up for this year’s Strictly Come Dancing include One Show host Alex Jones and Waterloo Road actress Chelsee Healy, who will be donning sequins and feathers aplenty for the competition.

Former Neighbours star Jason Donovan and McFly drummer Harry Judd will be strutting their stuff and hoping to impress on the dance floor.



Sizzling salsa: Nancy Dell'Ollio and singing superstar Lulu have also accepted the challenge to show off their shapes


And there are plenty of former sports stars taking part, with former boxer Audley Harrison and tennis star turned TV presenter Dan Lobb putting on the tap shoes for size.

Robbie Savage, who has denied he is taking part to his fans on Twitter, is also joining the lineup, which may leave some fans bemused by his recent posts.

His move from the football pitch to the ballroom will raise a few eyebrows among football fans who knew him as one of the most aggressive figures in the game.

He was once dubbed the dirtiest player in the Premiership, on account of the mass of yellow cards he picked up during his career.


Music to your ears? Former Neighbours actor Jason Donovan and McFly drummer Harry Judd will also be showing off their moves


Sports stars: Former tennis player Dan Lobb, former boxer Audley Harrison and football bad boy Robbie Savage will be shaking their things on the show this year


Savage has since carved out a career as a Radio 5 Live broadcaster, picking up a Rising Star prize at the Sony Radio Academy Awards earlier this year.

Finishing off the lineup are actress Anita Dobson, impressionist Rory Bremner, astrologer Russell Grant and former MP Edwina Currie.

The show will once again be hosted by Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly and the judging panel will also remain unchanged with Len Goodman joined by Alesha Dixon, Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli to critique the hopefuls.


Strictly Come Sparkling: Waterloo Road star Chelsee Healey, actress Anita Dobson and One Show host Alex Jones will be donning the glitter and sequins


Salsa shakers: Stargazer Russell Grant, former MP Edwina Currie and impressionist Rory Bremner


Claudia Winkleman will also be supporting Tess on the nail-biting Sunday night results show.

The stars will be seen joining their new dance partners this weekend, but the pairings are being kept under wraps until then.


This year's series will feature the biggest scale live programme so far, with a broadcast from Wembley Arena in front around 6,500 fans for Children In Need.

Strictly starts at 6.10pm on BBC One, Saturday 10th September.


source: dailymail

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