The Cheeky Girls will perform at this year's Swindon and Wiltshire Pride.

The Romanian double act, famous for their time on Popstars: The Rivals and their debut single 'Cheeky Song (Touch My Bum)', is one of many acts that have been announced for this year's event.

On August 10, from 11 until 8pm, Swindon and Wiltshire Pride will be putting on a huge extravaganza featuring a concert across two stages where twin sisters Gabriela and Monica will be joined by a whole host of notable names and figures. 

Livin Joy - famous for 1994 number one hit Dreamer - and Liverpudlian pop legend Sonia will all be performing as well. 

Joining them will be Victoria Scone, who made history by being the first person assigned female at birth to compete in Drag Race UK and fellow drag queens - firebreather The Royal Serenity who will be hosting, and local artist Daisy Delight. 

The Spotlight Choir, one of the UK's most inclusive choirs, has also been announced as the be the event's opening act.

Local musician Ella Rae, drag king LoUis CYfer, Olivier award nominee and original SIX the musical cast member Aimie Atkinson, live singing 70s, 80s and 90s duo Disco Dolls, viral artist Smashby and Taylor Swift tribute act Katy Ellisare other acts also confirmed for the event so far.  

And then at an afterparty held at the Boom Battle Bar from 8pm onwards, there will be The Beyonce Experience and risque drag queen Dixie Normous hosting.

There will be more announcements to come. 

The event is free for anyone to attend, but the organisers have asked for people to share a donation to the Swindon and Wiltshire Pride charity where they can to allow them to keep putting on events like this. 

Tickets can be secured at the Swindon and Wiltshire Pride website

The organisation announced a move to GWR Park in April. 

Chairperson Paul Stewart said: "This is a hugely exciting moment for us and our supporters as we expand to a bigger location right in the heart of the community.

"GWR Park has a proud railway heritage, and today marks the start of the next leg of our journey in celebrating the diversity of our proud county.

"This move will provide the perfect canvas for a Pride experience like no other."

Last month, the charity won the Community Group of the Year honour at the Wiltshire Life Awards.