It may be a while away but already plenty of celebrities have been rumoured for the Strictly Come Dancing 2019 line up.
The most recent series of Strictly ended in December with Stacey Dooley lifting the glitterball.
But even before her victory, show bosses were speaking to potential Strictly 2019 contestants.
Host Tess Daly revealed at the time: “We’ve already been plotting and planning which celebrities are going to be approached next year.
"People have already been approached for next year.
“I’ve heard there’s a few who have already confirmed.”
So who's on Strictly Come Dancing 2019? No names yet have been officially announced, but here's a round up of all the rumours so far...
Strictly Come Dancing 2019 line up rumours
Blue Peter's Radzi Chinyanganya is one of the latest names rumoured for Strictly Come Dancing's 2019 line up. The TV presenter is said to be in talks about hitting the dancefloor on BBC One later this year.
Boyzone star Keith Duffy has been linked to this year's Strictly cast with bosses said to be keen to sign him up.
Alongside Keith, Atomic Kitten's Natasha Hamilton is also rumoured. The two popstars could follow in the footsteps of Steps' Faye Tozer and Pussycat Dolls' singer Ashley Roberts who took part last year.
Vogue Williams has been rumoured for the Strictly Come Dancing 2019 line up. The model and TV presenter, who recently welcomed her first child with husband Spencer Matthews, is said to be in talks for this year's series according to The Sun newspaper.
Football manager Sam Allardyce has been linked for the Strictly Come Dancing line up. The former England boss is said to be in talks to sign up for this year's main series or the Christmas special.
Billionaire heiress Tamara Ecclestone has reportedly been approached to join Strictly Come Dancing. The daughter of former Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone - worth an estimated £2.2 billion - is reportedly considering an offer by BBC bosses.
Harry Redknapp has been tipped for Strictly Come Dancing after winning I'm A Celebrity. The football manager triumphed in the jungle last year and recently appeared on his own ITV series, Harry's Heroes. Now Harry could be set for a whole new challenge - a spot on the Strictly Come Dancing line up.
TV and Radio presenter Chris Evans claims he's agreed to take part in Strictly Come Dancing in 2019. He told BBC's The One show that he had already said yes to Strictly bosses. "I have said yes," he said. "Everyone puts it off and tries and keep it a secret. No, announce now. We're doing it now."
Alan Carr has confirmed he too has been approached to join Strictly Come Dancing this year.
Who's on Strictly Come Dancing 2019?
A member of the Royal Family
Strictly Come Dancing chiefs are apparently looking to sign a Royal Family member for this year's line up. According to Sunday Mirror newspaper, granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, Zara Phillips, her husband Mike Tindall and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, have been 'shortlisted' by producers hoping to sign one of them up.
Having recently leaving Celebrity Juice after 10 years on the ITV2 show, TV and radio presenter Fearne Cotton has been rumoured for Strictly Come Dancing later in 2019.
Scarlett Moffatt says she wants to compete in Strictly Come Dancing 2019 line up. The former Goggleboxer, who won I'm A Celebrity in 2016, could be set for her next reality TV challenge. Scarlett said: "I’m not exclusive to ITV, so I can do what I want. I’ve always loved Strictly – I’d love to be on it."
Happy Mondays performer Bez is reportedly in talks to join the 2019 Strictly Come Dancing line up. Musician Bez, real name Mark Berry, previously put himself forward for the show in 2016.
Social media star Mrs Hinch is a 'cleaning sensation' online. Sophie Hinchliffe boasts over 2 million followers on Instagram where she shares her cleaning tips, while her new cleaning book has become an instant best seller.
Could Olly Murs become the next X Factor star to take part in Strictly? After both Aston Merrygold and Alexandra Burke, Olly has been suggested for the dance contest. OddsMonkey spokesman Peter Watton said: “Olly Murs would be a huge coup and clearly he is in the reckoning."
Strictly Come Dancing 2019 will air on BBC One in the autumn.
The line up is typically confirmed around August before the launch in September.