McFly's Harry Judd has admitted taking to the dancefloor was a "petrifying" prospect.
The drummer gets to show off his Paso Doble moves as he takes on The Saturdays' Rochelle Wiseman for a special edition of Strictly Come Dancing, which was for Children In Need.
"I had five days of rehearsals and I'm dancing on Strictly Come Dancing with Ola Jordan - it was probably the most petrifying thing I've ever done in my life," he revealed.
"It's very scary but it's for a great cause. I'm very versatile, aren't I? Drummer, dancer, actor..."
His bandmate Danny Jones added: "We got a lot of enjoyment out of watching him rehearse. From sitting behind the drums and standing up every now and again to dancing with Ola, he is quite elegant."
Rochelle will be dancing the American Smooth with Ian Waite to McFly's tune All About You, while Harry will perform to the girl group's Ego.
It's the first time both stars have taken to the dancefloor, and the Saturdays singer has also admitted she is nervous about it.
"I'm super nervous! Oh well, it's all for charity," she Tweeted.
In a charity twist, they were judged by Terry Wogan and Pudsey Bear, alongside Len Goodman and Craig Revel Horwood.
:: Children In Need kicks off on BBC 1 tonight from 7pm.