Dust off those dancing shoes, it's nearly time for Strictly Come Dancing 2019!
There have been some changes for this year's series, so here's everything we know about it so far.
There's not an exact date yet, but we do know it'll be back on BBC One some time in September.
Some details have been released about the launch show.
Popstar Kylie Minogue will open it with a medley of her greatest hits.
We'll also see a duet from Mark Ronson and YEBBA, while the professional dancers perform a routine.
And the celebrities who are taking part this year will take to the dance floor for the first time during a group dance.
The full line-up of celebrities is now officially complete!
They've already started their training, paralympian Will Bayley even said he'd "smashed" his first day!
CBBC's Karim Zeroual is taking part, he spoke to Jenny about the dance moves he's most scared of.
CBBC's Karim Zeroual tells Jenny what he's looking forward to on Strictly Come Dancing.
YouTuber Saffron Barker, reality TV star Jamie Laing and former footballer David James are also part of the line up.
We wonder who's going to lift the glitterball trophy this year!
There's a new Strictly professional this year, Latin specialist Nancy Xu.
The 28-year-old is the latest addition to the line-up.
Find out more about Nancy and the rest of the Strictly professionals here.
There's a new judge on the scene for this series - please welcome Moti Mabuse!
If you recognise her surname, that's because she is the sister of Strictly pro and The Greatest Dancer dance captain, Oti.
Because one episode of Strictly is never enough, the spin off programme It Takes Two will also be back.
Current host Zoe Ball will return with new co-host Rylan Clark Neal.
The duo will have all the backstage gossip and extra action from the show.
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