Daisy Lowe takes centre stage in dazzling red dress as the Strictly Come Dancing cast slip into their sequins to shoot new series trailer
The new series kicks off in less than two weeks time.
And it's been straight to work for the 2016 class of Strictly Come Dancing, as a day after the final lineup was confirmed they were in their sequins to shoot the trailer for the new series.
The BBC One show's official Instagram page shared a number of snaps as shooting took place on Monday and Tuesday, with model Daisy Lowe taking centre stage in one glam shot.
Ready to hit the floor! Strictly's Instagram page shared snaps as shooting for the new series trailer took place on Tuesday, with Daisy Lowe taking centre stage in one glam shot
Daisy is dressed to the nines for the trailer, showing off her famous curves in a scarlet dress with a semi sheer plunging neckline.
Draped across a love seat, with her gold heels on show, Daisy is joined in the shot by singer Will Young, EastEnders favourite Tameka Empson and ex Eternal star Louise Redknapp, all dressed in dazzling sequins as they wait for directions on the gold set.
The Instagram page also shows lots of shots of the stars in hair and makeup as they get ready for their first promo for the new series.
Behind the scenes: The Instagram page also shows lots of shots of the stars in hair and makeup as they get ready for their first promo for the new series
Daisy is seen grinning as a stylist gets to work on her towering up do, while Laura Whitmore has her lip colour topped up.
Ed Balls, the first male politician to appear on Strictly, seems to be making friends, sharing a fun shot with Olympic gymnast Claudia Fragapane.
While Ed was the first name confirmed for the new series earlier this month, Claudia was one of the last celebs to be announced over the weekend.
The final three of the 15 celebrity hopefuls were unveiled on Monday, with Birds Of A Feather star Lesley Joseph, Tameka and Olympic long jump bronze medalist Greg Rutherford all appearing on The One Show.
Ready for her close up: Laura Whitmore has her lip colour topped up as she prepares to get on set
New pals: Ed Balls, the first male politician to appear on Strictly, seems to be making friends, sharing a fun shot with Olympic gymnast Claudia Fragapane
The other contestants include barrister Robert Rinder, the star of ITV’s reality court series Judge Rinder who was also Benedict Cumberbatch’s best man at his wedding.
BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty, DJ Melvin Odoom and sports presenter Ore Oduba will also appear.
US singer Anastacia was confirmed for the show on Friday while actor Danny Mac was unveiled earlier in the week.
The new series of Strictly Come Dancing kicks off on BBC One on Saturday September 3.
Not long now: Olympic long jump bronze medalist was snapped on his phone backstage