Here's just how to get your hands on tickets for the Strictly Come Dancing 2019 live shows this autumn.
The new series of Strictly's live episodes may still be weeks away but if you want to be in the audience at Elstree Studios in North London here's all you need to know.
Strictly Come Dancing 2019 tickets are free but are given away randomly and there are loads of people who want them.
Back in 2015 it was revealed that a total of 5.2 million applied for tickets but less than 100,000 got the chance to take a seat over the series.
So good luck!
You can then put your name into a random draw for free Strictly Come Dancing tickets.
The minimum age is 14 and registration closes at 10pm on Sunday 1 September.
You can apply for a maximum of two tickets per each live show, filmed at Elstree Studios in Borehamwood, as well as the traditional Blackpool special which will be back this November.
Those who enter in time will be put into the random draw for each week and if chosen you'll be notified with details of how to attend the show live.
The BBC says: "You can apply for as many dates as you wish but if you are successful in the random draw you will only receive tickets for one date and this date is non transferable, so please choose carefully."
As well as the weekend shows for the mains series, you'll also be able to apply for tickets for the traditional Christmas special later in the year, which typically records alongside the main series.
Strictly Come Dancing will start on BBC One in September.
The live shows will start on September 21, following a pre-recorded launch earlier in the month.