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Revealed: Celebrities and their partners sign up for brand new ITV dance show, Stepping Out

16 AUGUST 2013 Hot on the heels of the announcement that Marvin Humes and his wife Rochelle are set to guest host ITV's This Morning, his bandmate Oritsé Williams and his girlfriend are teaming up to star in a brand new dance show, with a twist.

Stepping Out is being hosted by Davina McCall and will see six celebrities and their real-life partners put their relationships to the test - through dance. Each week, viewers will see their journey from home to the dance-floor as they try to master a new genre.
 

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The official line-up for the show has been confirmed as Ortisé Williams and girlfriend A.J Azari, Brian McFadden and wife Vogue Williams, Denise Welch and her new husband Lincoln Townley, Laurence Llewelyn Bowen and wife Jackie, champion boxer Carl Froch and his girlfriend Rachael Cordingley and Dempsey and Makepeace husband and wife, Glynis Barber and Michael Brandon.

Each week cameras will go behind closed doors to see each partnership attempting to learn a new routine, while juggling their everyday life.

"I'm beyond excited to be hosting Stepping Out," Davina said. "I love dancing and I'm a nosey parker. I can't wait to see how the couples are going to cope trying to learn the cha cha or pirouette whilst doing the school run or cleaning."

 



Kate Maddigan, ITV's Entertainment Commissioning Editor, added, "We're really pleased to have Davina on board as host joining our lively mixture of couples.

"Davina's enthusiasm and energy will be a great asset for Stepping Out and perfect for bringing out the best in our celebrities and their real life partners."

Stepping Out starts on ITV later this month.

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