Sarah Harding and Rebecca Adlington lead the way as the full line-up for winter sports reality show The Jump is revealed
It's one of the most dangerous and challenging reality shows on television.
And the 12 celebrities who will take on Channel 4's The Jump have been revealed ahead of the series launch later this month.
Leading the way are Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding, 34, and Olympic medal-winning swimmer Rebecca Adlington, 26.
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The determined dozen: The twelve celebrities who will take on Channel 4's The Jump have been revealed ahead of the new series launch later this month, with Sarah Harding, 34, leading the way
Both blondes have experience when it comes to reality television shows. Sarah reached the final of BBC's gymnastic-themed Tumble in 2014 and Rebecca finished sixth in the thirteenth series of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!
In her promo shot for the series, Sarah wore a pink and green ski suit. Her luscious blonde locks tumbled over her shoulders as she tilted her head to the side and flashed a bright white smile.
Meanwhile, Rebecca sported a pink and orange number while casually holding her skis over her shoulder.
Competitive: Rebecca Adlington, 26, will be hoping to beat her sixth place finish in I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!
Experienced: Can Linford Christie transfer is track speed to the slopes?
The athlete's straight blonde fell from underneath a brightly coloured woolly bobble hat and she cut a relaxed figure with her hand rested on her hip.
The full line-up for the competition is: former Great Britain sprinter Linford Christie, ex-EastEnders actor Sid Owen, Made in Chelsea's Mark Francis, TOWIE's James 'Arg' Argent, former world champion gymnast Beth Tweddle, singer Brian McFadden, actor Dean Cain, socialite Tamara Beckwith, former EastEnders star Louisa Lytton and Holby City actress Tina Hobley.
The winter sports competition takes place in the Austrian Alps and will see a whole host of celebrities take part in various tasks, such as the skeleton, bobsleigh and giant slalom - with the worst-performing celebrity taking on the all-important and terrifying ski jump.
Due to the physical nature of the show, there's an element of risk and the threat of serious injury.
Change of scenery: Former Westlife singer Brian McFadden has signed up for the popular reality show
Testing himself: Will Made in Chelsea's Mark Francis be as classy on the snow as he is on the streets of London?
Born winner: Beth Tweddle triumphed during her stint on Dancing on Ice and will want to replicate that for The Jump
Former Strictly come dancing star Ola Jordan, 33, injured her hip and knee in a 'freak accident' following her attempt to navigate a downward slope without poles during training for the last series.
The star, who was quickly replaced by Chloe Madeley, ended up being out of action for nine months and feared she might not be able to professionally dance again.
And Arg's girlfriend Lydia Bright has revealed she is apprehensive about her man's appearance on the show in an interview with OK! Online.
Worried: James 'Arg' Argent's girlfriend Lydia Bright has revealed she's apprehensive about her man's appearance on the show
Multi-skilled: Tamara Beckwith is no stranger to reality TV. Could winter sports be another string to her bow?
Ricky! EastEnders legend Sid Owen will want to perform better than he did on Strictly Come Dancing
She confessed: 'We're a little bit nervous, because a lot of the contestants going on there are super-fit and Arg is probably the underdog, so let's just hope he doesn't break any bones!
'He might just shock us all. He's never skied before. The other day, he was training and got a really bad cramp in his leg and had to finish early.
'I hope James puts his heart and soul into it. He might even be a natural.'
This year's celebrity contingent will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of previous winners Joe McElderry (series one) and Joey Essex (series two), and claim the Cowbell Trophy.
Presenter Davina McCall returns to host the show, which has moved to a new weekly format, instead of being shown daily as the previous series had been.
This year the celebrities will have to tackle an all-new bespoke ski jump, but they are in safe hands. The coaching team training them for the challenges ahead includes skeleton racing champion Lizzy Yarnold and Olympic skier Graham Bell.
Superman: Dean Cain was indestructible in his 90s heyday as the Man of Steel and he'll be hoping he doesn't get hurt on The Jump
New challenge: Tina Hobley is well-known for her role as Chrissie Williams in Holby City
From soapstar to ski star: Louisa Lytton is best known for playing Ruby Allen in EastEnders
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