The Strictly Come Dancing line-up is now going to look a little different after Made in Chelsea star Jamie Laing has been forced to drop out with a foot injury sustained during the filming of the launch show.
Just days ahead of the launch, Laing confirmed that he would not be taking part in the show.
"I'm absolutely devastated that I'm unable to continue in the competition, I was so excited to hit the dance floor! I would like to wish the lovely couples all the very best and hope they enjoy their time on the show to the fullest," he said.
Thankfully, a replacement has now been announced: Kelvin Fletcher
The 35-year-old Emmerdale star was drafted in to replace Jamie Laing, after the Made in Chelsea star injured himself during the launch show.
Best known for playing Andy Sugden on the ITV soap between 1996 and 2016, Fletcher will be paired with South African professional dancer Oti Mabuse.
He will make his Strictly debut in the first live show on Saturday September 21, which will see one couple booted from the programme in an early exit.
He said: "Is this really happening? It's been the most surreal week of my life. I'm a massive fan of Strictly so it's incredible.
"I'm so happy that I can be a part of it. But at the same time it's quite bittersweet. I'm coming in on the back of Jamie's injury - I keep thinking about him.
"I can't imagine going through all this excitement and then having to pull out. My thoughts are with him - he seems like a fantastic guy and I hope he's doing OK."