Meet the Presenters of Lets Dance for Comic Relief 2011
Steve Jones is probably best known for his seven-year stint presenting Channel 4 show T4, where he interviewed the likes of Beyonce, George Clooney, Mariah Carey and Will Smith.
After kicking off his career as a model, Steve's TV break came back in 2000 presenting HTV Wales's The Pop Factory. Other TV credits include Channel 5's 99 Things To Do Before You Die, Shipwrecked and Channel 4's early morning breakfast show RI:SE.
He says that Christian Bale and Vince Vaughan have been his most difficult interviews to date.
In 2008 he appeared in the movie Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging, as well as hosting TV show When Women Rule The World.
Last year filming took him all over the world, including Vietnam and Austria for the BBC One series Drop Zone, Argentina for BBC One's 101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow and he also ventured up the Amazon for a Sky One special called Jones Brothers Amazon.
Steve recently presented from the Bafta Red Carpet for E!. This is his third series of Let's Dance.
Alex Jones is currently the co-host of flagship magazine programme The One Show.
After studying theatre, film and television at Aberystwyth University she became a TV researcher and it wasn't long before she tried her hand in front of the camera.
For more than a decade she hosted shows for Welsh language channel SC4 such as Tocyn, a travel series offering alternative holidays, Chwa, an extreme sports series, Salon, a style and fashion programme, and in 2010 The Big Welsh Talent Concert.
She also co-hosted Jonathan with rugby legend Jonathan Davies during the 2010 Six Nations Championship, and was a regular presenter on Real Radio GMG, Wales' largest commercial station.
A fluent Welsh speaker, Alex's other credits include Mastermind and Be for BBC Wales, Wakestock for S4C, The Great British Poker Tour for ITV4, RI:SE for Channel 4 and Record of the Year for ITV1.
In 2010 she was named the Sexiest Woman in Wales by the Western Mail.
Alex is no stranger to dancing, and was close to becoming professional after training in ballet as a child.