Think fake tan, think sequins, think tight trousers, think Harry Judd!
Tonight is the night, as the McFly star takes to the floor for the first time in BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing.
We’ll most certainly be watching our favourite drummer join the star-studded line-up.
Of course this isn’t the first time we’ve seen Harry strut his stuff, he has already shown us his moves in some wonderful backstage videos with his fellow band members. Our favourite has to be Harry’s version of ‘N Sync’s – Bye Bye Bye’!
Oh yeah he also WON the Children in Need version of the show with partner Ola Jordan last year against The Saturdays Rochelle Wiseman.
But despite being used to performing in front of thousands of people, he said he will be more nervous taking to the dancefloor. “I’m used to using my hands on stage and not my legs,” he said.
“I love a challenge and this will certainly be the biggest challenge I’ve taken on. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity that I couldn’t turn down.”
It all starts TONIGHT (September 10) on BBC One at 6.10pm with a red carpet launch event at the BBC’s Television Centre. When Harry and fellow contestants will learn who their professional dance partners will be.
Harry will be joined on the dancefloor by One Show presenter Alex Jones, former Eastenders star Anita Dobson, boxer Audley Harrison, Waterloo Road actress Chelsee Healey, ITV’s Daybreak sports editor Dan Lobb, former MP Edwina Currie, 60s pop sensation Lulu, ex-girlfriend of former England manager Sven Goran Erikkson, Nancy Dell’olio, ex-footballer and radio pundit Robbie Savage, impressionist Rory Bremner, astrologer Russell Grant and Australian singers and Neighbours soap stars Jason Donovan and Holly Valance.
The show will once again be hosted by Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly. Returning to lend their expert opinions will be head judge Len Goodman and fellow judges Alesha Dixon, Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli.
Viewers will also have the opportunity to pick their favourites and spot early dancing talents as the celebrities take to the dance floor for the first time and perform a group routine.
Don’t forget to set your planners!