ITV's All Star Mr and Mrs won't return to TV screens this year, it's been revealed.
All Star Mr & Mrs is hosted by Phillip Schofield and puts a host of famous stars and their partners through their paces as they compete to win up to £30,000 for their chosen charity.
The show has been on air since 2008 as celebrity couples are quizzed about their other halves revealing how much or how little they really do know about each other. The couples all compete for big cash prizes for a charity of their choice.
Plus in every episode, the audience gets an insight into the lives of three celebrity couples as they battle it out to win the jackpot for their charity.
The Sun says that ITV have made the decision to "rest" the show for 2017 but some worry it may never come back.
"All Star Mr & Mrs has aired every year for almost a decade. So the fact that it is now taking a break doesn’t look good for the future," a source said. “Officially this is ‘a rest’ and the bosses are adamant that the axe has not fallen.
“But there are plenty of people who are convinced it won’t be back.”
However it's not the first time the show has taken a break, previously not airing in 2011 before returning as usual in 2012.
A spokesperson for ITV said: “There is no series of All Star Mr & Mrs scheduled for the autumn. But it remains in the mix for next year.”