Kym Marsh and Dianne Buswell appeared in great spirits as they head to the final Strictly Come Dancing rehearsal ahead of the first live show.
The Coronation Street actress, 46, cut a casual figure in black top, matching gym leggings nd a pair of trainers.
She donned a pair of headphones around her neck and styled her brunette locks straight as she left her hotel in London.
Meanwhile Dianne, 33, flashed her abs in a khaki green crop top, teamed with a pair of black jeans and a leather jacket.
The professional dancer completed the look with a pair of boots ad carried a large leopard print bag.
Molly Rainford was all smiles as she stepped out in an eye-catching orange jacket, teamed with a black crop top and blue jeans.
Ellie Simmonds, Jayde Adams, Will Mellor and Tyler West joined their fellow celebrities and pro partners as they head to the studios.
Judge Shirley Ballas appeared in jovial spirits as she grinned and held a bouquet of flowers and a box of chocolates as she left the BBC studios.
The pre-recorded launch show, which was originally set to air on September 17, has been postponed until Friday September 23, following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Strictly launch show, which was filmed on September 7, will see this year’s celebrity contestants discover their professional partners for the first time.
The couples have been in training ahead of their debut performance, which will be a single day after the launch, in its planned slot on September 24.
Government guidance has stated that entertainment events are under no obligation to be cancelled or postponed occasions during the mourning period, though it has been heavily suggested as a mark of respect.
It comes just a week after the first trailer for this year’s Strictly was released, showing this year’s professional dancers.
This series has also seen the introduction of four new professionals, European cup winner Vito Coppola, Chinese National Champion Carlos Gu, former Under 21 British National Champion Lauren Oakley and Latin dance champion Michelle Tsiakkas.
This series will be the first in three years to be broadcast without Covid measures, which forced bosses to introduce restrictions including ‘bubbles’ for training and limited audience numbers.
Series 20 of Strictly will see its stars celebrate 100 years of the BBC with a special themed week this year.
To mark the centenary, the Strictly couples will either dance ‘to a theme tune from an iconic BBC programme or in tribute to one of the BBC’s most-loved services’.
The anniversary show is also set to feature two special routines by the professionals – one will honour the BBC’s Natural History Programming unit, while the other will see the dancers ‘crashing’ some flagship shows.
Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas, Motsi Mabuse and Anton Du Beke will return to the judging panel, after Bruno Tonioli confirmed in July he had permanently left the show.
Bruno was unable to appear on the past two series due to his filming commitments in the US and Covid restrictions, with former professional Anton joining the panel in his place last year.
Bruno told MailOnline that he had found juggling the British show and its American variant Dancing With The Stars shows too taxing, saying: ‘Well I always will miss it, it’s my family, but I mean we’ll always be friends and you never know what’s going to happen.’
It comes after the professional cast of Strictly Come Dancing put on a glamorous display as they posed for a glitzy snap ahead of the upcoming series.
The female professionals donned glamorous outfits in matching styles in a variety of peach, pink and purple hues in preparation for the 2022 season launch, with the first episode set to air on BBC One on Saturday 17 September.
They were joined by the male dancers who all looked dapper in black suits which they wore with white shirts and black bow ties.
The twinkle-toed stars returning this year include Kai Widdrington, Nikita Kuzmin, Cameron Lombard, Jowita Przystal, Gorka Márquez, Katya Jones, Johannes Radebe, Dianne Buswell and Karen Hauer.
Amy Dowden, Giovanni Pernice, Graziano Di Prima, Luba Mushtuk, Nadiya Bychkova, Nancy Xu and Neil Jones will also be returning.
Not every pro dancer will be paired with a celebrity with four traditionally performing only in the pro routines.
Strictly Come Dancing will return on Friday, September 23, followed by the first live show on September 24.