Lisa Armstrong confirms Strictly return as she shares exciting backstage pic

Lisa Armstrong has confirmed her return to Strictly Come Dancing.

Posting to her Instagram stories on Tuesday, the make-up artist shared an exciting behind-the-scenes picture from the set of the BBC One dancing show.

The snap features a silver-framed poster sporting the words "Hair and makeup Strictly Come Dancing", which is written in gold and pink lettering on a black background.

The poster also features stars and a lipstick kiss and seemingly verifies that the 44-year-old will be working on the series when it returns to screens this Autumn.

Lisa captioned the post, which she shared with her 121,000 followers: "We're back!! @bbcstrictly."

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Lisa is head of hair and makeup on Strictly Come Dancing.

This year's series will feature stars including Judi Love, Katie McGlynn and Robert Webb.

Last year, Lisa opened up about just how gruelling working on the show is.

Confirming that the makeup team are on the grind from 8.30am to 11.30pm on Saturdays, she previously told the Royal Television Society: "During the day, the celebs and their partners are constantly rehearsing and whizzing around the dance floor.

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"The rollers are flying out, the lip-gloss is getting smudged and the eyelashes are hanging off."

She added: "Dancers, especially the boys, sweat like you wouldn't believe.

"The team is constantly on the go. We do the live show and then, after a break, record the results show.

"And then we're back in the makeup room to clean everything ready for the following week."

Lisa is currently dating electrician, James Green.

She recently shared a cute picture of the couple to her Instagram page, as her ex-husband Ant McPartlin honeymoons with his new wife and former PA Anne-Marie Corbett.

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