Other famous candidates will be revealed over the next two weeks.
The Strictly Come Dancing craze has grown in recent weeks with many stars expected to get involved.
Caroline can’t wait to put on her dancing shoes.
Meanwhile, Bill decided to waltz on the dance floor as it is a difficult time for artists living in the midst of the coronavirus.
It is understood that many of his live performances were canceled as a result of the killer virus.
So finally, after years of questioning, the comedian decided to give the BBC dance show a try.
A source told The Sun: “The BBC is thrilled with the double signing. Caroline is eager to take on the challenge and wants to do it well.
“And it’s a tough time for live performers, so it seemed like a good chance for Bill to get involved in the show.
Strictly Come Dancing will not start until October of this year.
He had been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Strictly Professionals were first pictured at work for rehearsals earlier this week.
Training for the 2020 series has officially started.
Strictly’s format has changed to make it easier to film the show amid the coronavirus pandemic.
There was a smaller group of celebrities selected for the show.
Also, there will be no group dances as they could not socially distance themselves while playing.
No audience will watch the show live at Elstree Studios like they have done every year since its launch.
Come dance strictly 2020
Bruno Tonioli of Strictly has lifted the veil on how the changes will work best for the more talented competitors.
The judge explained that the competitors will not be able to hide behind 25 people and the large scale of normal production.
Mirror Online has reached out to representatives for Bill Bailey and Caroline Quentin for further comment.