Potential Dancing On Ice celebrity contestants have been spotted in training.
Dancing On Ice originally ran between 2006 and 2014, hosted by Philip Schofield, Holly Willoughby and later Christine Bleakley.
As yet ITV hasn't officially confirmed the show's return but rumours have strongly suggested it's coming back.
And now pictures posted by The Sun appear to all but confirm it, with a number of celebs in training.
Coronation Street actor Antony Cotton, rugby player Max Evans and celebrity psychic Sally Morgan were all spotted on the ice rink this week.
Although the trio are seemingly in the line up to appear on the show, it's may well be that they don't make the grade.
The Sun newspaper previously reported that show bosses are trialling up to 50 celebrities to see if they'd make for a good series.
A source told the tabloid: “There’s no point in hiring famous faces for them to end up totally unable to skate.”
Alongside those pictured, more rumoured celebs are Coronation Street actress Katie McGlynn, who plays Sinead Tinker on the ITV soap, and X Factor's Honey G, who has supposedly been offered £50,000 to sign up.
"Honey G was TV gold on last year’s X Factor so it’s a no-brainer to sign her up for Dancing On Ice," a source told the Daily Star previously. “She is a huge fan favourite and is loved by the whole family, no matter what their age."
More potential names are Katie Price, soap actress Brooke Vincent, model Nicola McLean, 'WAG' Coleen Rooney and singer Michelle Heaton.
Also rumoured are footballers Jamie O’Hara and Steven Gerrard.
Dancing On Ice is expected to begin on TV again in its usual January slot from 2018.
But again, ITV is still to officially confirm Dancing On Ice's return to TV.