Agent Triple P can't believe that Strictly Come Dancing has returned again already but it starts up on BBC1 tomorrow.
Despite what the BBC are saying it isn't quite as strong a line up as last year's series but it does have the bonus of Triple P's favourite sportswoman Victoria Pendleton as one of the competitors.
Poor Vicky didn't have as good an Olympics as she had hoped for in her last games winning "only" one gold and a silver. Still, she is looking pretty good in her delightfully abbreviated Strictly outfits. We are glad that the BBC isn't bowing down to the cover-up lobby!
We suspect that she may not be the best dancer (how come Denise van Outen is allowed in the show, foxy though she is, when she is a West End actress, singer and dancer?) but the opportunity to see Victoria's magnificent thighs flexing is one not to be missed.
Even better news is the return of terpsichorean totty Ola Jordan who, it was widely rumoured last year, would not be returning because of friction between her husband, James, and the Strictly judges. We hope we get another catsuit this year!
The only bad news, from Triple P's perspective is that lovely Lithuanian-Canadian Katya Virshilas is not returning having been booted out by the BBC for being not famous enough. Her replacement is Venezuelan dancer and Nicole Scherzinger look-alike Karen Hauer on whom we reserve judgement until we have seen her in motion.