Yes, it's that time of year again – Strictly Come Dancing is on its way back to our screens!
After months of waiting, the BBC has finally confirmed the full celebrity line-up and which star will be dancing with which pro. By the looks of things, series 15 is set to be pretty epic.
Here's everything you need to know about Strictly Come Dancing 2017...
1. WHEN DOES STRICTLY COME DANCING 2017 START?
The Strictly Come Dancing live shows will officially kick-off on Saturday, September 23 on BBC One at 6.25pm.
Zoe Ball's spin-off show Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two will then launch on Monday, September 25, on BBC Two at 6.30pm.
On Saturday, September 9, Strictly fans were given their first taste of what to expect this series when the launch show was aired. During this episode, which was pre-recorded, the competing celebrities were being paired up with their dancers.
2. WHO ARE THE STRICTLY COME DANCING 2017 JUDGES?
Head judge Len Goodman retired at the end of last year after 14 series – and we're going to miss the heck out of him.
The good news though is that the Beeb have hired his very good friend Shirley Ballas, also known as the 'Queen of Latin', to replace him. Apparently, she's so good, Len's delighted the job has gone to her.
Shirley will be joining Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood on the judging panel.
3. WILL LEN BE MAKING AN APPEARANCE ON STRICTLY COME DANCING 2017?
Yes! During an appearance on The One Show, the retired judge confirmed he will be returning.
Unfortunately though, he won't be making a comeback to the judging panel.
He didn't reveal exactly what he's planning but Len said he would be on the show towards the end of the series.
4. WILL THERE BE AN ELIMINATION THIS WEEK?
No. There is never an elimination in week one.
The celebs will be taking to the dance floor to show off their skills for the first time and the judges will be scoring them.
However, nobody will be leaving the show until Sunday, October 1, on BBC One at 7.15pm.
5. WHICH CELEB IS FAVOURITE TO WIN STRICTLY COME DANCING 2017?
Aston Merrygold – 3/1
JLS star Aston is tipped to win Strictly Come Dancing 2017 by bookies Ladbrokes.
Speaking to Radio 1's Scott Mills, who appeared on the BBC One ballroom reality show himself back in 2014, Aston said: "The aim is to win... you get to stay for the whole series and you get a trophy at the end."
"I just want the shortest dancer as I'm not the tallest bloke."
Mollie King – 4/1
In second place, Mollie, who was named the first celebrity to be taking part in this year's Strictly Come Dancing on Monday, August 7, is second favourite to win.
Speaking on Nick Grimshaw BBC Radio 1 breakfast show, The Saturdays star insisted she is "ready for the challenge".
"I'm a huge fan of Strictly Come Dancing so I can't actually believe I'm lucky enough to be taking part in it this year," she said. "I'm literally so excited to learn Latin and ballroom dancing, and of course, I can't wait to get into the sequins too! It's going to be a lot of hard work, but I'm ready for the challenge."
Alexandra Burke – 9/2
X Factor winner Alexandra, who has scored three UK number-one singles since rising to fame on the ITV reality competition in 2008, also stands a good chance of winning Strictly Come Dancing.
However, she has been incredibly modest when opening up about her ability on the dance floor.
She said: "I'm a singer, not a dancer at all. This is such a challenge. It's the one show I've wanted to be a part of for the longest time. It's a massive dream come true."
Gemma Atkinson – 6/1
In fourth place is Emmerdale star Gemma.
But despite Ladbrokes' confidence in her, the actress has admitted Strictly isn't going to be easy.
She told BBC Breakfast: "Learning to dance is so out of my comfort zone – so I just want to challenge myself. I'm beyond excited and incredibly nervous, but looking forward to learning a new skill."
Jonnie Peacock – 10/1
Jonnie will be making history as the first Paralympian to ever grace the ballroom on the BBC One series – and industry insiders have high expectations of him.
But can he win?
"I think this is the first time they've had a disabled person on the show. I'm hoping we can change the stigma," he said.
"I've got no previous dance history outside of the occasional 'worm' at a mate's party, and I know this will be a challenge and new experience. I can't wait to see what I achieve and how far I can push myself."
Davood Ghadami – 10/1
EastEnders star Davood, who plays the Square's resident ladies' man Kush Kazemi, is yet to win over bookies.
Opening up about his decision to compete for the trophy, he said: "Having the opportunity to take part in this year's Strictly is such an honour.
"It's going to be exciting, challenging and terrifying all at once and I am so looking forward to stepping out of my comfort zone and learning to dance. See you under the Glitterball!"
Joe McFadden – 16/1
Holby City's Joe McFadden clearly has some work to do if he wants to win Strictly.
According to Ladbrokes, he is just seventh favourite to win – so it's little wonder he's nervous about his ballroom debut on Saturday (September 23).
"Strictly is one of the biggest, most entertaining shows on TV and being asked to be part of it is a once in a lifetime opportunity that I'm thrilled and terrified about in equal measures," he confessed.
Debbie McGee – 20/1
Debbie signed up for Strictly as it was the wish of her late husband Paul Daniels.
The magic icon competed back in 2010 with professional Ola Jordan and finished second-to-last place.
But it looks like Debbie is already set to do better than Paul.
Charlotte Hawkins – 25/1
Charlotte has demonstrated some of her dancing skills on Good Morning Britain – but it looks like that hasn't convinced bookmakers she's capable of winning the show.
She will be following in the footsteps of Richard Arnold and Kate Garraway, by signing up to the series.
However, she is just ninth favourite to win.
Reverend Richard Coles – 33/1
Perhaps he might shock us all and wow on the dance floor.
Strictly insiders aren't convinced though and think he may be one of the first to get the boot.
Not that he's too fussed.
Speaking on Chris Evans' Radio 2 Breakfast Show recently, he was bragging about his "remarkable" dancing skills.
Ruth Langsford – 50/1
It looks like the Loose Women and This Morning presenter may be first to get eliminated if these odds are anything to go by.
However, she's not paying any attention to bookies as she throws herself into rehearsals.
"I have dreamt about doing Strictly for so long, I can't quite believe my dream has come true," she said.
"Without doubt it will be the scariest yet most exciting thing I've ever done. It will be a welcome change worrying about my next hot move instead of my next hot flush!"
Chizzy Akudolu – 50/1