This years series of Lets Dance for Comic Relief kicked off on Saturday 19 February on BBC One.
Celebrities who took part in this year's series included Katie Price, Noel Fielding, Russell Kane, Colin and Justin, Penny Smith, Andi Osho, Ed Byrne, Rebecca Front, Lulu, Caroline Flack, Adrian Edmondson, Lee Nelson and an 80s super group of Toyah Wilcox, Clare Grogan, Chesney Hawkes and Limahl.
Across three weeks Lets Dance saw the acts from the world of comedy and entertainment pay homage to and perform some of the worlds most iconic dance routines in front of a live studio audience.
Each week the stars will be battling it out to wow viewers with their moves, and secure a place in the grand final in week four.
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