They’re set to return to TV screens on Saturday night for the first episode of season two of The Greatest Dancer.
And Cheryl, 36, looked ready to get the show going as she cosied up to fellow judge Matthew Morrison, 41, for a hilarious behinds the scene snap.
As the two dance captains prepped in the studio, fellow professional and Strictly star Oti Mabuse, 29, managed to fit in some last minute promo at BBC Radio 5.
Joking around: Cheryl, 36, shared a hilarious behind the scene snap as she pointed at Matthew Morrison’s mustache and fellow judge Todrick Hall posed in the background ahead of The Greatest Dancer returning to TV on Saturday
Cheryl could be seen looking hilariously unimpressed as she stood by Broadway star Matthew, who had his arms around her.
She pointed at the actor’s mustache as he laughed and judge Todrick Hall, 34, put on an animated display in the background of the snap.
All three of the dance captains looked fantastic as they rehearsed for the show, with Cheryl sporting a fringed ensemble and gold jewellery.
Meanwhile, Oti was seen leaving the BBC Radio 5 building in London with show receptionist Curtis Pritchard and Strictly dancer Mike Bushell.
All ready: Dance captain Oti Mabuse was also in good spirits as she left BBC Radio studios after giving an interview before the show
She appeared to be in good spirits as she waved at the cameras while looking chilled in a long blue coat and denim jeans.
Curtis, who will welcome contestants on the dancing show, looked suave in a brown leather jacket with a teddy bear trim.
While Mike was at the studio to promote the upcoming Strictly Come Dancing tour which he will perform in.
The Greatest Dancer sees hopefuls of all ages and dance style compete to win £50,000 and a chance to perform on Strictly.
Larking around: Todrick Hall also posted a snap with Cheryl as the pair filmed for the show
Cheryl and Todrick, Matthew and Oti will all be judges on the second season – with Oti having won the show last year after mentoring Ellie Fergusson.
The series is hosted by singer and former Strictly Champion Alesha Dixon alongside dancer and member of dance troupe Diversity, Jordan Banjo.
During the audition stage contestants will need to impress at least 75 per cent of the audience to make mirrors open and help them progress.
Winner: As well as winning the most recent series of Strictly Come Dancing, Oti also won last year’s The Greatest Dancer after mentoring Ellie Fergusson
New role: Love Island’s Curtis Pritchard will also appear on the BBC dancing show and welcome hopeful contestants as they arrive at auditions
In a new twist for this series, at the end of each audition episode one Dance Captain will get to pick one act and take them straight through to the live shows.
The dance captains will then have to chose two more dancers at the call back stage before a final 12 is picked to take through to the live shows.
Oti has insisted that it’s ‘not about her’ ahead of season two’s launch, asserting that the competition should be focused on the dancers, rather than the Dance Captains.
‘There is absolutely no pressure to win. It’s not really about me; I try to make it as much as possible about the acts,’ the Strictly pro, 29, said.
He’s back! Mike Bushell, 54, was also seen leaving the studios after promoting the Strictly Come Dancing tour which he will be performing in
She continued: ‘This series I’m going into it like, I don’t know what I want, whoever I feel a connection to is the person that I’m looking forward to taking this journey with.
‘It might not be somebody who needs to grow as much but just might be an act that I feel deserves to be seen and deserves to have a platform.’
However other judges have said they’re in it to win it, with Cheryl saying: ‘Coming really close to winning last year has made me even more determined to win this year.
All wrapped up: Mike donned a blue scarf and warm grey jacket as he braved the cold
‘But ultimately, that’s all to do with who I choose as my talent because they’re the ones that have to get out there every weekend and perform to a live audience.’
Matthew seemed even more confident, saying: ‘I’m excited to win this year. I think it’s my year. You know, ladies first, I was being very chivalrous last year so this year, I feel like I know what the game is.
‘I know what my game plan is which I’m not going to divulge everything to you, but I’m excited to take home the trophy this year or have my act take home the trophy.’
And newcomer Todrick added: ‘I’m definitely in it to win it. I don’t do anything if I’m not going to do it 1000 percent.
In it to win it: Cheryl has previous said ‘coming really close to winning last year has made me even more determined to win this year’
Who to impress: (L-R) Matthew, Cheryl, Oti and Todrick will be Dance Captains on the show
Reigning champion: Oti insisted that it’s ‘not about her’ ahead of season two’s launch
‘I feel like it’s a huge honour and privilege for me to be able to come to this country and to be able to mentor dancers and I definitely don’t want to come and not make a huge lasting impression. So I plan on winning the entire thing.’
And speaking after his role on the Greatest Dancer was revealed in August, Curtis said it was ‘amazing’ to be involved on the series.
He said: ‘To have left the Love Island villa just 10 days ago and to be so quickly given an opportunity to be a part of a show as amazing as The Greatest Dancer is a dream come true.
‘When I got the call I was so honoured to even be considered for this so the fact it’s happening I can’t quite believe! Dance is my passion and I can’t wait to meet all the contestants in the new revamped reception area.’
Last year: Oti was mentor to Ellie Fergusson, who took home the trophy last season