Strictly Come Dancing is a British television dancing competition where well-known celebrities partner with professional dancers in a bid to impress the judges. The series first aired in 2004 and over the years has become a British family favourite. With Strictly 2020 set to air on 24th October, we take a look at who makes up this year's iconic lineup.
1). Nicola Adams: Boxer
Nicola Adams is an Olympic Gold Medalist who retired in 2019 with an undefeated record WBO Female Flyweight Title. She will take to the dancefloor as part of the shows first same-sex pairing.
2). Ranvir Singh: Presenter
Ranvir Singh has spent 12 years at the BBC as a journalist and presenter. In 2010 she was awarded the award for best on-screen talent at the Royal Television Society's North West Awards.
3). Clara Amfo: Radio DJ
Best known for her BBC Radio 1 show, Clara Amfo's credits also include the Brit Awards and BBC's coverage of Glastonbury.
4). Caroline Quentin: Actress
One of Britain's most popular actresses, Caroline Quentin has spent 4 decades at the pinnacle of showbusiness.
5). Jason Bell: NFL Star
Jason Bell is a former American Football who retired from the New York Giants in 2007. He is now a sports pundit for the BBC.
6). Max George: Popstar
Max George is best known for being part of Manchester music group The Wanted. The Wanted secured 2 number one singles before disbanding.
7). Bill Bailey: Comedian
Bill Bailey is an iconic comedian, actor and musician. He has appeared on such tv shows as Never Mind the Buzzcocks and QI.
8). J.J Chalmers: TV Presenter
J.J Chalmers is a TV Presenter, rising to fame through the Invictus Games where he won 3 medals.
9). Jamie Laing: Reality Television Personality
Entrepreneur and TV Personality Jamie Laing is best known for his appearances in the award-winning TV show, Made In Chelsea.
10). Maisie Smith: Soap Actress
Maisie Smith is best known for her portrayal of Tiffany Butcher-Baker on BBC's Eastenders, a role she won 2 Soap Awards for.
11). Harvey Leigh Cantwell: Pop Singer
The pop singer rose to fame after uploading his music videos the Facebook. He now has over 1 billion views to his name.
12). Jacqui Smith: Political Broadcaster
Jacqui Smith became the UK's first female Home Secretary in 2007 under Gordon Brown. The former Labour politician now works as a political broadcaster.
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