It's not long until we finally get to see this year's bunch of dancing hopefuls take to the Strictly ballroom once more.

Yep, Strictly Come Dancing is back this Saturday night and it looks like the stars are already getting into the swing of things as they’ve given fans a sneak peek of what we can expect.


In a preview clip – posted on the BBC’s Twitter account – the likes of Lee Ryan, Faye Tozer and Katie Piper are all tasked with trying their hand at a range of ballroom and latin classics.

Unfortunately, for some celebs *cough* Sean Walsh *cough*, they don’t exactly come across as natural born dancers.

First up, the contestants take on the Salsa, and Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts is in her element as she shakes her hips around.

Meanwhile, documentary maker Stacey Dooley also tries her hand at some sexy moves, as she confesses she’s had some experience dancing at a carnival in Rio.

But comedian Sean doesn’t look quite as impressed with himself as he spins around and admits, “This is my worst nightmare”. Eeek!

Next on the agenda is the Rumba which leaves most of the stars completely stumped.

While cricketer Graeme Swann says that it sounds like an 80s TV detective, YouTuber Jo Suggs is left looking for an online tutorial.

This Morning’s Dr Ranj then kicks things up a notch as he describes himself as a ‘sexy doctor’ and asks, “Would you like me to take your blood pressure?”

Our favourite dance has to be the Cha Cha – or chaaa-chaa-chaa in judge Craig Revel Horwood’s case –  as the celebrities let loose in front of the camera.

Steps singer (and 5,6,7,8 hitmaker) Faye remarks, “This one you have to be good at counting for…”, before adding, “I’m very good at counting as lots of people will know”.

As the tune plays in the background, What Not To Wear host Susanna Constantine then jokes, “When I hear this music, all I can think of is stripping. I just want to take my clothes off…”

Let’s hope the Strictly professional’s have worked their magic on this year’s hopefuls in time for tomorrow’s launch show on BBC1 at 7.35pm.