It is officially a strict season and the line-up of this year is about to be confirmed.
But before the Strictly 2018 ranks revealed themselves, the hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman made a little more teasing.
The duo appeared in a Strictly Twitter video, describing each of the stars of this year as a type of cheese.
They promised that there were some clues in the list – but can you figure out who they are pointing to?
"I love a strong blue cheese"
Some of the cheeses read our cheddar ("strong, hard, excellent"), roquefort ("I love a strong blue cheese"), Wensleydale ("beautiful, Nordic, creamy") and apple ("smoke").
The clues are very cryptic, but the mention of blue cheese may indicate the former EastEnders actor Lee Ryan.
Lee's name was recently connected to the show, with the mirror revealing that the Blue singer had joined the line up.
The other cheeses were camembert ("best served hot, always hot"), gouda ("this cheese could make you laugh"), stilton ("latest news, stilton is not just for Christmas, actually works from September"), gorgonzola ( "good, excellent"), Jarlsberg ("out of the world"), Brie ("will be a good laugh") and the mozzarella, which once supported Claudia in an "enveloping dress".
There were also a handful of other cheeses mentioned, only with no other clues.
It seems that Stilton could be a TV news reader or a well-known journalist, while there seems to be one or two comedians in the mix.
The good thing is that fans just have to wait until tomorrow to find out the first names.
The tweet that accompanied the video said: "Catch Monday & # 39; s BBC Breakfast and The One Show for the first revelations".
The stars that took part last year were: Chizzy Akudoli, Rev. Richard Coles, Charlotte Hawkins, Brian Conley, Simon Rimmer, Aston Merrygold, Ruth Langsford, Jonnie Peacock, Susan Calman, Davood Ghadami, Mollie King, Alexandra Burke, Debbie McGee, Gemma Atkinson and Joe McFadden.
Ex-Holby City's star, Joe, ended up dancing to victory, along with his partner Katya Jones.
This year will be the first series without Brendan Cole, although it is believed that dancer Neil Jones will take over.
Strictly come and dance back to the BBC later this year.