Strictly Come Dancing presenters Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman have signed up to dance non-stop for over 24 hours in aid of Comic Relief's Red Nose Day fundraiser next month.
The duo will have their dancing shoes on in the BBC's Radio 2 studios in Wogan House in London from March 11 to March 12 ahead of Red Nose Day on the BBC on March 15.
"I know it's going to be hilarious to watch because we're pretty bad dancers - I'm not very good at standing, let alone dancing," Winkleman told Zoe Ball on her BBC Radio 2 show on Tuesday morning.
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Next month @claudiawinkle and @tessdaly will be flossing, dabbing and salsa-ing to the beat for the longest ever Danceathon in @comicrelief history!
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"Thankfully we'll have each other and we're going to push through to raise as much money as we can for Red Nose Day."
"I just hope we have the stamina to 'keep dancing' for over 24 hours straight!" said Daly.
"We were worn out during our first choreography session so it's no doubt going to be a tough challenge."
"But we're doing this to raise money for Red Nose Day, so it will be incredibly special, and we'll be thinking of all the people that will benefit from all the amazing projects funded by Comic Relief," Daly continued.
"Doing this at Wogan House is extra special for me, having worked with the great man Sir Terry himself many times."