GLASGOW glitterball fans are celebrating with the news that comic Susan Calman has signed up for the Strictly Come Dancing Live Tour.

Susan, currently wowing viewers and judges alike on the hit BBC One television show, is over the moon to be part of the arena tour, which comes to Glasgow in February.

She said: "This is an absolute dream come true, I can’t wait to continue my Strictly adventure and visit these legendary arenas across the country.  Roll on January.”

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Susan is gearing up for a dramatic paso doble with her professional partner Kevin Clifton in Blackpool this Saturday.

“I can’t wait – I never thought I’d get past week one, never mind get to Blackpool, so this is amazing,” she told Zoe Ball on Strictly spin-off show It Takes Two.

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Susan revealed she will stay true to her word to have ‘I love Grimsby’ tattooed on her foot if she made it to Blackpool.

“I’m going to get Kevin to write it and I’ll have it tattooed on my right foot, which is my best foot – because he taught me to dance,” she said.

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TV judge Darcey Bussell and double Paralympic Champion Jonnie Peacock will also be joining the tour, alongside reigning champion Ore Oduba who is host.

It’s the first time Darcey has signed up and she will join fellow judges Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli.

Darcey said: "I had great experiences touring around the UK as a professional dancer…quite a few years ago now!

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“I am really excited to be able to tour again, this time with the wonderful Strictly company. I can’t wait to meet the fantastic audiences that make Strictly the phenomenon we know and love.”

Jonnie Peacock said: “It’s been an honour to be the first Paralympian on Strictly.  I’m excited to take to the road and meet the fans who have supported me during the TV shows and of course, to keeeeeep dancing!”

The tour comes to the SSE Hydro in Glasgow from February 2 to 4.