Rory Bremner for Strictly Come Dancing?
Mimic Rory Bremner is reportedly set to compete in the new series of 'Strictly Come Dancing' to show people ''the real him''.
Rory Bremner is set to take part in the latest series of 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The comedian - who is famous for his impressions of Tony Blair and George W. Bush - will reportedly compete in the new season of the celebrity dance show in order to show people "the real him".
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Rory is interesting as most people know him for his impressions but don't know a lot about him.
"Taking part will allow viewers to see the real him - he'll bring a certain audience with him too."
Rory will join a line-up which includes former 'Neighbours' actress Holly Valance, who will be paired with new Siberian professional dancer Pasha Kovalev and bosses believe the sexy star will help "spice up" the series.
An insider recently revealed: "Producers are thrilled they have got Holly as she will really spice up the show. They are planning to pair her with a hot pro in the hope sparks will fly."
Holly - who is dating billionaire property developer Nick Candy - will not be the only former 'Neighbours' star taking part, as Jason Donovan is also rumoured to have signed up alongside 'The One Show' presenter Alex Jones, former 'EastEnders' star Anita Dobson, stargazer Russell Grant and ex-footballer Robbie Savage.
Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly will once again host the programme.