The BBC announced the line-up for this year's Strictly Come Dancing this week but it pales in comparison to its US counterpart, which has snapped up Jack Osbourne, Jersey Shore's Snookie and Elizabeth Berkley, aka Saved By The Bell's Jessie Spano.
The three are among a whole host of familiar names and faces competing on the next season of Dancing with the Stars, which begins its 17th run on US TV this year. Glee star Amber Riley (Mercedes) is paired with Cheryl Cole's pal Derek Hough, while singer Christina Milian, High School Musical's Corbin Bleu, and King of Queens star Leah Remini will also strut their stuff. We can't help but think there'll be plenty of buzz surrounding Leah, given the fact that she's recently quit the Church of Scientology.
Pretty Little Liars star Brant Daugherty, comedian Bill Engvall, Mary Tyler Moore Show actress Valerie Harper, former American football player Keyshawn Johnson, and 'Science Guy' Bill Nye round out the pack.
We're particularly excited to see Elizabeth Berkley back in the frame, although we do hope she keeps the old Showgirls routines to a minimum on primetime TV. And sure won't there even be a mini Saved By The Bell reunion for herself and Leah Remini.
Stacey Carosi and Jessie Spano sharing a TV screen? What is this? The 1990s?