Naga Munchetty is the ninth celebrity contestant to sign up for Strictly Come Dancing.
-- BBC Strictly (@bbcstrictly) August 18, 2016
The BBC Breakfast presenter joins a line-up which already includes former Hollyoaks actor Danny Mac, former Eternal member Louise Redknapp, ex-shadow Chancellor Ed Balls, singer Will Young, TV presenter Laura Whitmore, radio DJ Melvin Odoom, model Daisy Lowe and sports broadcaster Ore Oduba.
Former Strictly contestant Carol Kirkwood revealed the news on BBC Breakfast.
The journalist and newsreader, 41, said she was "petrified" to take on Strictly Come Dancing.
She is concerned about her dancing ability after she fell over in her wedding dress 12 years ago.
She revealed: "We decided we would learn a proper dance. It didn't go well... I actually fell over in a big puff of wedding dress!"
But she added: "I've always enjoyed watching Strictly. It's a brilliant show and it's lots of fun."
After revealing the news, Carol provided her with Strictly essentials including sparkly plasters for the blisters.
Naga joined the BBC as the presenter of Working Lunch, and became a full-time member of the BBC Breakfast team in 2014.
She is also a keen golfer, playing the sport up to five times a week.