Let's Dance is back and this year sees a whole host of new celebrities ready to dance in front of a live studio audience - and a panel of judges - to try to become Let's Dance champion 2012.
Co-hosting the show again are Steve Jones and Alex Jones, with comedians Keith Lemon, Greg Davis and Graham Norton overseeing the action from the judges seats.
But which star faces are taking part - and who's made it through to the final on 17 March already?
Find out now with our Let's Dance for Sport Relief guide...
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A 38-year-old real-life Fred Flintstone has transformed a 250-year-old cave into his dream home.
A four-year-old bulldog has set a new Guinness World Record after skateboarding through the legs of 30 people.
A five-year-old boy is able to say with unerring accuracy which random numbers his mum is looking at.
Composer David Teie creates an album featuring music that is scientifically proven to enrich cats’ lives.
A woman in her 40s was engulfed in flames as she relaxed on a park bench in Flensburg, Germany.
People in Bhutan no longer share stories of their encounters with the Himalayan yeti, which scientists believe to be a sub-species of brown bear.
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A mum from Rugby, Warwickshire, claims she can speak to missing pets using telepathy and convince them to return home.
Kent police has deployed additional patrols following a string of reports of “evil clowns” stalking schoolchildren.
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