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Gemma Atkinson is the fourth celebrity confirmed for Strictly Come Dancing 2017
11 August 2017, 12:51 | Myron Mathis
SIGNED Gemma will be showing off her ballroom skills in Autumn
Gemma confirmed the news on the BBC Strictly Instagram page, saying: "Finally, I don't have to lie anymore- I'm doing Strictly Come Dancing 2017! There's more bling in my vestry than in their dressing room". "They said, "Do you fancy it?' I said 'Not half".
Strictly Come Dancing will return later this year.
And Gemma and Davood will be swapping scripts for dance lessons in no time.
"Without doubt it will be the scariest yet most exciting thing I've ever done".
'It will be a welcome change worrying about my next hot move instead of my next hot flush!'
The forthcoming series will see legendary choreographer Shirley Ballas claim Len Goodman's Head Judge seat following his shock departure at the end of previous year and, although the fellow panelists - Darcey Bussell, Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli - are excited to have her on board, they're convinced she'll stand her ground.
BBC presenter Ore Oduba took the crown on last year's series after beating Louise Redknapp and Danny Mac.
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