Fifteen new celebrities will be taking to the dancefloor hoping to win this year's glitterball trophy
This year's Strictly Come Dancing will see its oldest contestant compete on the show, Angela Rippon, but head judge Shirley Ballas has shared why she is one to watch on the dancefloor.
Goodman, who was a judge on the popular dance competition from 2004 to 2016, died on 22 April from bone cancer.
The 62-year-old TV star and dance champion said she feels the best she's ever felt after undergoing the cosmetic procedures.
Anton Du Beke said Shirley Ballas must have had her reasons for the decisions as head judge.
The head judge of the BBC dance show appealed to fans "let’s all respect each other and enjoy the show. "
The BBC One show is heading into its 20th series, with the judges reflecting on contestants past.
The former 'Strictly' dancer and the show's head judge exchanged words over the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Shirley decided to undergo tests when 'Strictly Come Dancing' viewers noticed a lump under her arm.
The 61-year-old judge is due to undergo further tests in hospital this week, but admitted she is trying not to worry.