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Let's Dance For Sports Relief

Lets Dance

Let's Dance is back for a brand new series, this time in aid of Sport Relief. Over four Saturday nights eighteen celebrity acts will perform iconic dances from the Hollywood Silver Screen, the boards of Broadway or from the vaults of pop video history.

Each Saturday viewers will be treated to six performances from our celebrity acts, and on Let's Dance anything goes, all in the name of Sport Relief.

Acts including Katy Brand, Rufus Hound, Shappi Khorsandi, Jenny Éclair, Linda Robson, Lesley Joseph and Susie Blake. Football stars Peter Shilton and Rodney Marsh, and snooker legends Willie Thorne and Dennis Taylor will entertain us, but the big question is... who will be dancing which dances?

Hosted by Claudia Winkleman and Steve Jones, Let's Dance will ask the public to vote for their favourite dances with proceeds going to Sport Relief.

Two acts from each of the first three shows will progress to the Grand Final, where one act will be crowned Let's Dance champions 2010.

Each week three panellists will offer their wit and wisdom to our celebrity acts from the worlds of comedy, music and entertainment. And if that's not enough, the show will be peppered with performances from show stopping West End musicals and the biggest names in pop.

BBC One 18:30 20 Feb 2010


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