Bruno Tonioli is reportedly hoping to release an album after singing on Strictly Come Dancing.
The Strictly judge opened last weekend's episode with a rendition of Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, accompanied by a dazzling dance number from the professionals.
Now Bruno could be set to release his very own album.
According to The Sun newspaper, Bruno is hoping to record a number of covers for release in 2020.
"Bruno has been bugging producers for ages to let him sing on the show and was delighted when they finally gave him a shot," a source told the tabloid.
They added: “The performance went down a storm and he has his heart set on releasing music.
"It’s been a life-long dream of his and now that fans have seen him in action, he is hoping to ink a deal soon.”
For now, Bruno will be back behind the judges' desk on Strictly Come Dancing this weeekend.
Strictly Come Dancing continues this Saturday night on Saturday 30th November at 7:10PM as for one weekend only Borehamwood becomes Broadway.
Following Bruno's performance last weekend, this week Craig ‘Dolly’ Revel-Horwood dons his glad-rags and leads the judges, pros and celebs in a group dance to a musical medley from Hello, Dolly!
With the final now only weeks away, the competition heats up as Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman welcome the five remaining celebrities back to the floor.
Those currently left on the Strictly 2019 line up this year are footballer and presenter Alex Scott, comedian Chris Ramsey and EastEnders' actress Emma Barton.
Joining them are CBBC presenter Karim Zeroual and Emmerdale actor Kelvin Fletcher.
Meanwhile the next results show airs at Sunday 1st December at 7:20PM featuring a guest performance from Tony Award-winner and Broadway superstar Idina Menzel.