Who is confirmed for Strictly Come Dancing 2016?

BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty, DJ Melvin Odoom, sports presenter Ore Oduba, TV star Laura Whitmore, politician Ed Balls and pop star Will Young are among the 15-strong line-up...



Singer Anastacia’s reveal didn’t quite go to plan with Chris Evans accidentally giving it away on his Breakfast Show. But it quickly became official and now the I’m Outta Love hit-maker joins the ‘Class of 2016’. No stranger to the show, Anastacia performed in the ballroom during last year’s Blackpool week.


Naga Munchetty


BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty was unveiled as the ninth Strictly celebrity from her very own BBC sofa where she admitted she was “petrified” to be joining the dance show, but is excited to be learning to dance. Getting advice from former star weather woman Carol Kirkwood, Munchetty was told: “Don’t be frightened of it, enjoy it and really just let yourself go.


“Are you ready for this?” she was asked: “I hope so!”