Tennis coach Judy Murray, mother of Wimbledon winner Andy Murray, and former Girls Aloud singer Kimberley Walsh are among the stars dusting off their dancing shoes for another shot at Strictly success in the show's Christmas special.
Murray promised to be "every bit as bad as before" when she takes to the dance floor for the festive all-star show on BBC One on Christmas Day. Murray, who was on series 12, will be partnered with professional dancer Neil Jones.
Walsh will be reunited with pro Pasha Kovalev, her partner in series 10, and she said she is excited "to be back in the Strictly bubble for Christmas".
Presenter Katie Derham has signed up to rock around the Christmas tree and said she "cannot wait to dust off the sequins and get back in the training room".
Athlete Colin Jackson will be hoping to sprinkle some more joy on the dance floor when he shows off his moves with Amy Dowden.
Former footballer Robbie Savage will be partnered with Dianne Buswell and confessed his dancing has not improved since he was last on Strictly in the ninth series.
Broadcaster Jeremy Vine will be back with his professional dance partner Karen Clifton and will be hoping to finish a little higher than the ninth place he managed in series 13.
The Strictly Christmas special will be hosted by Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman, with Craig Revel Horwood, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli, and Shirley Ballas dishing out the critiques.
The one-off episode will see the famous faces competing to win the Christmas Silver Star trophy.
The Strictly Come Dancing Christmas special will air on BBC One on Christmas Day.