Kimberly Wyatt and Adam Garcia will be taking part in a six-hour non-stop dance event for the Comic Relief charity in March (15). The former Pussycat Dolls singer and the Coyote Ugly actor will join an array of stars who will be taking part in the danceathon at The SSE Arena in north London.
They will bust their moves to a range of music including 50s jive, 60s swing, 70s disco, 80s anthems, Street dance, Latin, Hip-hop, Bollywood and West End Musicals to raise money for the Red Nose Day fundraisers on 13 March (15).
Other stars showcasing their rhythm will include Strictly Come Dancing's Arlene Phillips, BBC Radio 1 host Zoe Ball, and English TV presenter Claudia Winkleman, who will be hosting the inaugural event.
The danceathon kicks off at 12pm on 8 March (15) and the entry fee to join the stars at Wembley is $16 (£10).
Oscar winner Colin Firth's smart wardrobe for new movie Kingsman: The Secret Service will be made available to fans. The bespoked suits, watches and shoes the actor's dapper spy character Harry Hart wears in the Matthew Vaughn movie will be available as a 60-piece collection when the film is released in October (14).
Costume designer Arlene Phillips, who helped director and fashion icon Tom Ford create Firth's look in A Single Man, is creating the line with Vaughn for Mr. Porter.
The timepieces in the collection will be from Bremont and shoes by George Cleverley, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Scottish actor McGregor has been awarded an Order of the British Empire (OBE) medal, while revered pop star Bush and Emin have both picked up Commander of the British Empire (CBE) accolades.
Blake, who is perhaps best known for his work on images for writer Roald Dahl's books, will be knighted in the New Year, as will cyclist Bradley Wiggins, who won the Tour De France in 2012 and then claimed gold at the Olympics.
Sir Paul McCartney's designer daughter Stella also makes the coveted list - she'll be awarded an OBE for her services to fashion, and London Olympics boss Ruth Mackenzie, former Prime Minister Tony Blair's wife Cherie and choreographer/dancer Arlene Phillips will also kneel for The Queen after landing CBEs.
Phillips tells the BBC she's "absolutely thrilled" by the honour, adding, "I haven't quite got used to it yet, but I'm very pleased about it."
Australian actor-turned-politician Michael Cashman has also been awarded a CBE, while actor Adrian Lester picks up an OBE and actress Siobhan Redmond receives an MBE (Member of the British Empire) for services to drama.