The star-studded line up for Let’s Sing and Dance for Comic Relief has now been revealed.

Hosted by comedy duo Mel and Sue, the show will see celebrities sing their hearts out and dance their socks off, as they take to the stage to recreate legendary musical numbers.

Celebrity performers include TV Presenter Alison Hammond, Actor Danny Boy Pratchard, Comedians Pete Firman and Ellie Taylor and Radio DJ’s Rickie Haywood Williams and Melvin Odoom.

Each week, celebrities will take to the stage to perform in front of a different panel of guest star judges including Julian Clary, Tameka Empson, Miranda Hart, Rufus Hound, Russell Kane and Adil Ray as Citizen Khan. Judges already announced are Jo Brand, Jason Manford, Paul O’Grady, Frank Skinner, Jennifer Saunders and Claudia Winkleman.

Rickie and Melvin will perform a sensational medley of Will Smith’s biggest music hits.

Rickie said, “I literally cannot wait to perform on Let’s Sing and Dance for Comic Relief! Melvin and I have always fancied ourselves as pop stars so surely this is the next best thing!”

Melvin added, “I’m so excited to get on the dance floor again after my time on Strictly and this time around I get to sing and perform with my best friend – what more could you ask for?”

Let’s Sing and Dance for Comic Relief is a four-part series and starts on Saturday 4th March at 6:45pm on BBC One.

To follow all the action visit rednoseday.com/lets-sing-and-dance.

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