Strictly Come Dancing bosses are considering inviting former contestants and finalists back for an 'all-stars' series, it has been revealed.
BBC talent executive Daisy Moore revealed the news to The Sun ahead of the brand new series, which kicks off on Saturday 15th September.
She commented: "We’re on our tenth series now, we’ve had ten champions. Every person who gets to the final, they’re all brilliant by that stage.
"So you could easily have a retrospective programme and I think the audience would love that."
The American version of the show, Dancing With The Stars, is set to launch its own all-star version later this month.
Previously Strictly winners include Natasha Kaplinsky, Kara Tointon, Harry Judd and Alesha Dixon, who went on to serve as a judge between 2009 and 2011.