Loose star Judi Love ‘puts herself through grueling rehearsals before her stern debut’

Tom Fletcher

age: 36

profession: McFly music

Tom says: “I am so glad the news was so hard to keep secret. Equal parts excited and terrified.

Fun fact: Tom’s McFly bandmate Harry Judd won Strictly Come Dancing in 2011. Tom’s wife, Giovanna Fletcher, is the star of I’m A Celebrity…get me out of here!

Robert Webb

age: 48

profession: Actor and comedian

Robert says: “It’s very exciting but with a little trembling horror.”

Fun fact: Robert lobbied in shiny leotards to take the title of Let’s Dance For Comic Relief in 2009, performing What A Feeling from the ’80s movie Flashdance, beating the likes of Keith Lemon and Paddy McGuinness to the title.

Reese Stevenson

age: 27

profession: CBBC presents

Reese says: “I’ve dreamed of being on this show, and I know for a fact that it will exceed all expectations”

Fun fact: Reese has been an actor since the age of ten, performing alongside Matt Smith and Hugh Bonneville.

Katie McGlynn

age: 28

profession: an actress

Katie says: “I’m not really a dancer, but I’m super excited to learn a new skill on this crazy ride and can’t wait to slip into some sequins along the way.”

Fun fact: Katie, who played Sinead Tinker in Corrie, won the NTA for Best Serial Dramatic Performance in 2020.

Tilly Ramsey

age: 19

profession: CBBC presents

Tilly says: “I’m going to put my heart and soul into this and can’t wait to get my dancing shoes!”

Fun fact: Tilly’s father is celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, and the pair often dance to TikTok videos.

Nina and Dia

age: 52

profession: an actress

Nina says: I think I should do this before I’m too old to walk anymore. I just want to grab life from the centuries and just enjoy it.

Fun fact: Nina is a JDRF ambassador and an OBE on the 2021 New Year’s Honor Roll.

Adam Petty

age: 26

profession: Athlete

Adam says: “I’m really looking forward to doing something completely different and challenging myself away from the pool.”

Fun fact: Adam became the first British swimmer to defend an Olympic title in Tokyo 2020.


age: 38

profession: Rugby player and sports analyst

Ogo says: “What a dream come true! Strictly it’s the biggest entertainment show on TV and I can’t wait to show everyone that I have more than just my dad’s dance moves.

Fun fact: Ugo began his rugby career at Harlequins in 2002, making 241 appearances for the club in which he scored 89 attempts, winning the Premier League, and making his England debut in 2008.


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