The tour will be hosted by 2012 Strictly star Lisa Riley and this year's line up of stars are dancing their way around 31 shows across the country. "For me Strictly has been the most incredible experience and I wanted to carry on forever," said Strictly Come Dancing 2013 winner, footballer's wife and TV presenter Abbey Clancy. "So the tour is a brilliant opportunity to keep dancing. The costumes on the show are beautiful and I love the fact the tour means I can carry on getting made up, getting a fake tan, tons of glitter and millions of hair extensions. It's every girl's dream"
Runner-up and Coronation Street actress Natalie Gumede - who will be reunited with her dancing partner Artem Chigvintsev, famously suffered from a recurring back injury during her time on Strictly, does she think she is ready to don those famous costumes again? "The situation with my back was unusual. I have suffered with it before but you're not normally working or dancing seven days a week. The treatment was exceptional and after a holiday after Christmas, I'm desperate to cling on to some sequins again. I've heard you can buy them so I might get one as a memento of my Strictly experience."
Rugby player Ben Cohen's topless Paso Doble with his partner Kristina Rihanoff was certainly one of the highlights of the series and one which Ben says he's hoping to bring out again on the tour. "We put a vote on Twitter asking fans which dance they wanted to see again on the tour and it was the Paso Doble that kept coming up.
"The lessons I've learned on the show are life-lasting. Although Strictly is a competition, the real competition is with yourself, and how far you can push yourself and shed your inhibitions about dancing. I can't wait to get around the country and show people what a fantastic production this is."
Strictly Come Dancing Live 2014 is at Nottingham's Capital FM Arena 4 -5 February. Full details and ticket prices can be found on the Capital FM Arena website here